Use this generator to create CS:GO buy binds. Just select any key and the items you wish to bind to it. The binds generator will automatically create your binds below.
You can also create binds for multiple keys. When you're finished, copy the output to your autoexec file.
If you have any questions, check out the information section just below the generator. You can also see some of our other favorite CS:GO binds here.
In Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, you can add one or multiple buy commands to a key bind. This lets you buy items without having to bring up the buy menu.
It's particularly useful for saving you time when buying a full loadout, such as an AK-47, Kevlar Vest, Helmet, Flashbang, Smoke, and Molotov. The code for this looks like:
With that being said, creating single item buy binds can also be useful for quickly making purchases right before the round starts.
One of the single items buy binds I use the most is a flashbang. When I want two flashbang grenade on T side, but I picked up a HE grenade in the last round, I can throw away the HE at the start of the round and easily buy a flash with my bind while moving out of T spawn.
A buy bind for the full loadout I mentioned above looks like:
The first part (bind "kp_enter") sets "Enter" (on the numpad ("kp_enter" instead of just "enter")) as the key code to add commands to, though you could use any valid CS:GO key code.
Following this, we add our buy commands in parenthesis (buy XXX_Item_Code). Note that each buy command is separated by a semicolon (;).
Once you have your buy commands, you can then place them into your autoexec file for CS:GO (See how to make one here).
Rather than type out each bind command yourself, our buy bind generator lets you quickly create binds for multiple keys. For each bind that you make, you can add a single item or multiple items to it.
The items are added to your bind code in the order that you select them. When using them in CS:GO matches, the game will first try to buy items in the order that they're listed.
Let's take a look at our earlier example again:
The total cost of this buy bind is $4,600. If you only have $4,400, it would buy all the items except the Molotov. If you only had $1,600, it would skip the AK-47 that you can't afford, then buy a Kevlar Vest + Helmet, Flashbang, and Smoke Grenade before running out of enough money to buy the Molotov.
It's a good idea to select items in order of their importance. For example, you probably don't want to buy a Molotov or upgraded Pistol before Kevlar, so Kevlar should be listed earlier in your buy bind.
It's also important to note that CS:GO is pretty smart about buying items.
For example, if we were on the CT side instead of the T side and used the same bind, it would replace the AK-47 with the M4 and the Molotov with an Incendiary Grenade.
Another way that the system is smart is that it won't rebuy items you already have.
If you used the above example buy bind after bringing an AK-47 and Flashbang from the previous round, the bind would skip over these items and just buy what you don't have (Smoke & Molotov).