Know your Mirage callouts

Mirage is one of the most popular maps among the Counter-Strike community. It is a simple map layout and unique strategic and tactical options. Key to mastering Mirage is having an understanding of the various callouts, which help you give info and coordinate tactics with your teammates. The popular map has been part of the Active Duty Group since July 1, 2014, and has undergone numerous updates and tweaks.

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Mirage Map layout

Mirage features a mix of close-quarters and long-range engagements. The map is split into three main areas: Bombsite A, Bombsite B, and Mid area. Each bombsite offers different tactical options for both T and CT.

A bombsite

A site Mirage is characterized by its open area and multiple entry points. The site is typically accessed by terrorists through A Ramp, Palace, and Connector, while CTs typically defend from positions such as Firebox, Ticket, and Jungle. This bombsite can be complicated and require more than one player to defend.

B bombsite

B site Mirage features a more enclosed space, with limited entry points for terrorists. The main access routes for T-side include B Apartments and Short B (or Catwalk). CTs often defend themselves from positions like Van, Bench, and Market. Due to the site’s layout, B site often requires one person.

Mid area

Mid is a central area of Mirage, connecting both bombsites and providing critical map control for both teams. It consists of several key positions such as Window, Underpass, Ladder, and Connector. Controlling the mid-area is essential to have the most information and to be able to attack from more angles.

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