Could anything be better than a 360 no-scope clutch? How about a 360 jumping glock cluch?
That’s exactly what one player managed to achieve in a recently shared game. It’s almost too much to believe, but the video evidence is all the belief anyone will ever need.
360 glock is a good shot, and a better play
The 360 jumping glock shot can be seen below. It’s a great shot and a crazy play. But how exactly does it even happen, considering the defending CT player has body armor with an intact helmet?
One would think that buying full armor and a helmet would keep you safe from one-shot glock frags, but this is clearly an exception to that rule. Slowing the play down, we can see exactly what happened.
The T player leaping through the air manages to adjust their crosshair as they’re falling, lining it up exactly with the defending CT player’s head. The T player then pulls the trigger with burst-fire enabled, sending out a small spread of three glock shots towards the CT.
Even so, it’s hard to believe that the glock could take down a protected CT in one hit. But that’s not what really happens here. Each of the three burst-fire bullets actually lands separately, and it’s the first shots to land that break down the CT player’s helmet, leaving them vulnerable to a headshot.
The final glock bullet follows immediately after the helmet has been removed, and this is the one that takes down the lone remaining CT in the round, making for an incredible, crazy, and almost unbelievable play.
It’s unlikely that matchmaking is now going to be flooded with players going for jumping 360 glock frags. But if you do decide to try it, make sure to turn burst-fire on first. Maybe it’s something to practice prior to the release of CS2.