csgo unlimited time command

CS:GO Unlimited Time Command and How to Set it

There are a lot of different aspects of CS:GO. Among them are the timers for each round and the time before each round for buying. There’s also an amount of time defined after each round for checking up on the scores and who got the most kills in the match. In this guide, we’re going to cover the Unlimited time Command in CS:GO, which will help you out in several ways as you spend longer playing. What follows is our explanation of exactly what CS:GO Unlimited Time Command is, and why you need it.

The Unlimited Time Command in CS:GO allows you to extend the time that a round is live. It’s hugely inconvenient for a round to end after two minutes if you’re practicing throwing grenades or shooting a sniper rifle. With this command, you can extend the round for as long as you want.

How do I get unlimited time in CSGO?

unlimited time command csgo

To use this command, you’ll need to access the Developer Console. If you’re unsure as to how to open the Developer Console, check out our guide on it.

You can’t get the commands from anywhere in the game. Instead, you’ll need to already have them. Luckily for you, we’ve got a list of all the different commands you could possibly need.

Once you’ve opened the Developer Console, simply copy and paste one of the following commands in and press ‘Enter.’ That will apply the command to your game.

Infinite Round Time Command

mp_roundtime_defuse 60;mp_roundtime_hostage 60;mp_roundtime 60;mp_restartgame 1

Entering the above code into the Developer Console will give you infinite round time. The rounds you play will never end unless you choose to restart them automatically.

Infinite Buy Time/Buy Anywhere Command

mp_buy_anywhere 1;mp_buytime 60000

With this command, you can alter the round so that it’s always possible to access the buy menu. You’ll be able to purchase weapons and items from anywhere on the map. There’s also no time limit, so you can hide in a corner and buy an item in a pinch.

Demolition Game Timer Command

mp_roundtime_defuse 60

The above command sets the timer for all games of competitive and casual Demolition modes. Currently, the timer will be set to 60 minutes, the longest possible in the game, but you can change it to be less. All you need to do is swap 60 for the number of minutes you want the round to last. The same is true of all the following commands.

Hostage Game Timer Command

mp_roundtime_hostage 60

Using this code, you can set the timer for a Hostage game. The timer is set to 60 minutes, which is the longest it can be set to in CS:GO.

Multiplayer Game Timer Command

mp_roundtime 60

This code allows you to set the timer for all other game modes, other than Hostage or Demolition. Right now, it’s set to 60 minutes, but you can change it if you want.

Restart Round Command

mp_restartgame 1

Finally, if you need to restart a round because you don’t want the timer to go on any longer, then you can use this code. It will restart the round, and you can start it all over again.


Unfortunately, no command will allow you to play a round of CS:GO indefinitely. However, the above commands will let you play for as long as the game allows. 60 minutes should be enough time to practice anything or help you learn a map. If you need more time, you could always restart the round.

One of the things you should be checking out while you’ve got a long time in each round is your CS:GO skins. Be sure to view them all in detail so you know that your foes are being shot by the most stylish player in the community.