CS:GO Extended Radio Menu with New Commands (2020)

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If you ever wanted to say the voice commands like Get out of there it’s gonna blow or other hidden radio commands then follow this guide to get started. Also, there are 4 new additional commands you won’t find in other guides. These are:

  1. Sorry!
  2. Need a drop, please.
  3. Bombsite A
  4. Bombsite B

Though, unfortunately only Bombsite A and Bombsite B have actual voices saying them. On top of this, they are generic and fixed, meaning they don’t change from model to model. They even sound the same on both sides. Specifically, they sound CT-sided, but that’s just my opinion.

How To Use Hidden Radio Commands in CS:GO

Option 1 – Use the developer console

Open up your developer console using the ~ key on your keyboard and then type in the radio command you want to say. For instance, typing in getout will say the command Get out of there it’s gonna blow

You can find a list of CS:GO’s radio commands down below.

If nothing happens after you press the ~ key then you either need to enable the console in CS:GO’s settings or change the hotkey for the console.

How to enable the Developer Console in CS:GO

CSGO settings menu showing where you can enable the developer console

  1. Run CS:GO and open the Settings menu
  2. Click Game on the top to the right of Audio
  3. Under the Game header (not menu button) there’s an option called Enable Developer Console (~)
  4. Click on it and change it to Yes
How To Change the Developer Console Hotkey

CSGO Menu showing the settings of the console hotkey
If the above does not work or if you want to change the hotkey for the developer console then follow these steps:

  1. In CS:GO’s settings menu click on Keyboard / Mouse
  2. Click UI Keys
  3. Click on the box to the right of Toggle Console and press the key you want to change it to

Option 2 – Modify the RadioPanel.txt file

CSGO Command Radio messages with extended options
This is by far the easiest and most convenient method as it extends the standard radio menus to include all the commands, including hidden commands.

All you need to do is locate your CS:GO’s radiopanel.txt file and copy and paste the code below into it. Here are the steps:

  1. Open Steam
  2. Go to your Library tab
  3. Right click on CS:GO -> Manage -> Browse Local Files
  4. Open the folder csgo -> resource -> ui
  5. In the ui folder you’ll find the file radiopanel.txt
  6. Right click on it and keep holding down the right click button
  7. Drag it into some whitespace then let go of right click
  8. Press Copy here to make a backup
  9. Open the radiopanel.txt file
  10. Press CTRL+A to select all the contents and delete them
  11. Copy and paste the code below into the file
  12. Save it and enjoy

"RadioPanel.txt"
{

//"SFUI_StandardRadio"
//"SFUI_GroupRadio"	
//"SFUI_ReportRadio"	
	"Groups"
	{
		"standard"
		{
			"hotkey"	"1"
			"title"	"#SFUI_CommandRadio"
			"timeout"	"5"
			
			"Commands"
			{
				"go"
				{
					"hotkey"	"1"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Go"
					"cmd"	"go"
				}
				
				"fallback"
				{
					"hotkey"	"2"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Fall_Back"
					"cmd"	"fallback"
				}
				
				"sticktog"
				{
					"hotkey"	"3"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Stick_Together"
					"cmd"	"sticktog"
				}

				"coverme"
				{
					"hotkey"	"4"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Cover_me"
					"cmd"	"coverme"
				}
				
				"followme"
				{
					"hotkey"	"5"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Follow"
					"cmd"	"followme"
				}

				"holdpos"
				{
					"hotkey"	"6"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Hold_Pos"
					"cmd"	"holdpos"
				}

				"regroup"
				{
					"hotkey"	"7"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Regroup"
					"cmd"	"regroup"
				}
				
				"needrop"
				{
					"hotkey"	"8"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Need_Drop"
					"cmd"	"needrop"
				}
				
				"sorry"
				{
					"hotkey"	"9"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Sorry"
					"cmd"	"sorry"
				}
			}
		}
		
		"group"
		{
			"hotkey"	"2"
			"title"	"#SFUI_StandardRadio"
			"timeout"	"5"
			
			"Commands"
			{
				"roger"
				{
					"hotkey"	"1"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Roger"
					"cmd"	"roger"
				}
				
				"negative"
				{
					"hotkey"	"2"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Negative"
					"cmd"	"negative"
				}
	
				"thanks"
				{
					"hotkey"	"3"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Thanks"
					"cmd"	"thanks"
				}

				"compliment"
				{
					"hotkey"	"4"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Compliment"
					"cmd"	"compliment"
				}

				"enemydown"
				{
					"hotkey"	"5"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Enemy_Down"
					"cmd"	"enemydown"
				}
				
				"cheer"
				{
					"hotkey"	"6"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Cheer"
					"cmd"	"cheer"
				}

				"reportingin"
				{
					"hotkey"	"7"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Reporting_Int"
					"cmd"	"reportingin"
				}
				
				"go_a"
				{
					"hotkey"	"8"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Go_A"
					"cmd"	"go_a"
				}
				
				"go_b"
				{
					"hotkey"	"9"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Go_B"
					"cmd"	"go_b"
				}
			}
		}
		
		"report"
		{
			"hotkey"	"3"
			"title"	"#SFUI_ReportRadio"
			"timeout"	"5"
			
			"Commands"
			{
				"enemyspot"
				{
					"hotkey"	"1"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Spotted"
					"cmd"	"enemyspot"
				}
				
				"needbackup"
				{
					"hotkey"	"2"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Need_Backup"
					"cmd"	"needbackup"
				}

				"takingfire"
				{
					"hotkey"	"3"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Need_Assist"
					"cmd"	"takingfire"
				}

				"sectorclear"
				{
					"hotkey"	"4"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Sector_Clear"
					"cmd"	"sectorclear"
				}

				"report"
				{
					"hotkey"	"5"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Report_In"
					"cmd"	"report"
				}

				"takepoint"
				{
					"hotkey"	"6"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Take_Point"
					"cmd"	"takepoint"
				}
				
				"inposition"
				{
					"hotkey"	"7"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_In_Position"
					"cmd"	"inposition"
				}

				"getout"
				{
					"hotkey"	"8"
					"label"	"#SFUI_Radio_Shes_Gonna_Blow"
					"cmd"	"getout"
				}
			}
		}
	}
}

Option 3 – Bind keys to commands

To bind a radio command in CS:GO follow these steps:

  1. Open the console using the ~ key
  2. Type in bind KEY “COMMAND” including the quotation marks

For example, let’s say you want to bind the key j to say the bomb is going to explode then you would type in:


	bind j "getout"

List of CS:GO Radio Commands

Hidden Radio Messages

Radio Message

Console Command

Cover Me!

coverme

Regroup Team

regroup

Taking fire...need assistance!

takingfire

Get out of there, it's gonna blow!

getout

Report in, team.

report

Reporting in.

reportingin

Enemy down.

enemydown

Bombsite A!

go_a

Bombsite B!

go_b

Sorry!

sorry

Need a drop, please.

needrop

Command Radio Messages

Radio Message

Console Command

Go go go!

go

Team, fall back!

fallback

Stick together, team.

sticktog

Hold This Position.
holdpos

Follow Me.

followme

Standard Radio Messages

Radio Message

Console Command

Affirmative.

Roger that.

roger

Negative.

negative

Cheer!

cheer

Nice!

compliment

Thanks!

thanks

Report Radio Messages

Radio Message

Console Command

Enemy spotted.

enemyspot

Need backup.

needbackup

You take the point.

takepoint

Sector clear.

sectorclear

I'm in position.

inposition

How to Mute the Radio in CS:GO

If you have an annoying teammate that keeps spamming radio commands and you want to ignore them just do the following:

  1. Open the Console with the ~ key
  2. Type in ignorerad and press Enter
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