I am a huge fan of not having ads, especially ones that make you feel obligated to pay for the subscription. I don’t know if I’m the only one, but I’ve been frustrated by ads in the CSGO client since the beginning. It feels like you’re making an online purchase and then they pop up.
CSGO has always had a bit of an “I pay you to play” quality to it. It was more or less a free-to-play game (I think it was free, but I’m not sure) and was only really becoming a serious business when Valve started to charge for subscriptions. Advertisements are one of the ways that they pay for these subscriptions.
I have a feeling that if you try to disable all of them, youll find that its just a bigger headache. One of the reasons that they cost you a subscription is because they take away the ability to buy DLC packs, but if you disable all of them, you wont be able to buy DLC packs, so youll have to pay for them to get them.
Advertisements don’t really cost you anything. They just take up space, and they’re often a necessity for getting you to buy a subscription. On the other hand, they’re also pretty easy to avoid. I know I spent literally thousands of dollars on my subscription to csgo, but I only ever paid a couple of bucks to the ad company because they added a bonus to my “rental” subscription. I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on other subscription games without ever having to disable them.
The easy solution is to pay up front and have the ad company add a bonus to the subscription. To me that seemed like a good idea. To actually disable the ads, however, would require a bit of effort (not to mention that you could just be honest and say, “Ive already paid my money up front, so theyve added a bunch of extra charges to my rental subscription, even though Ive already paid it.
Ive been a subscriber of a game developer’s subscription for years. Its always been a hassle, and that includes paying for the extra charges. But Ive tried disabling ads before, and it always ended up screwing up my game. I could always fix that by disabling the ad, but I was afraid a lot of people would buy the game anyway.
This time around, Ive tried disabling ads in csgo, and Ive tried disabling ads in csgo and csgo, and they both messed up my game. It was always a hassle to disable ads in csgo, and I could always fix it by disabling the ads, but Ive always ended up screwing up my game.
If you’re having trouble disabling ads in csgo, then you might want to try disabling them in csgo and csgo first. If you’re not having trouble disabling ads, then maybe you should try enabling ads in csgo first.
Ads are annoying, and they take up a lot of resources in game. For instance, my own CSGO account is around 1GB, and Ive run out of my favorite CSGO-game-specific ad-blocking plugins. I need to spend more and more time re-enabling every new ad-blocking plugins Ive installed, but I dont know how to do that because Ive never disabled any ads in csgo.
The answer is to add the -ad server to your csgo command line, then set up some simple rules to block specific ads. (For example, Ive blocked ads in CSGO for a few months now, so that prevents me from seeing any adverts I dont want to see.