CS2 Agents

Broken Fang CS2 Agent Skins

CS2 Agent skins are character models which were first introduced in CS:GO as part of Operation Shattered Web in 2019. A new collection of agents has been included with each subsequent operation update.

Agents can be customised further with the addition of patches which were added on 24th February 2020. These patches can be applied to specific locations on each agent model.

Operation Riptide Agents

Guerrilla WarfareTrapper

Exceptional Agent
Guerrilla Warfare Trapper
Offers starting from$10.49

Guerrilla WarfareTrapper Aggressor

Distinguished Agent
Guerrilla Warfare Trapper Aggressor
Offers starting from$8.57

NZSASD Squadron Officer

Distinguished Agent
NZSAS D Squadron Officer
Offers starting from$42.89

Gendarmerie NationaleAspirant

Distinguished Agent
Gendarmerie Nationale Aspirant
Offers starting from$4.00

Operation Broken Fang Agents

The ProfessionalsNumber K

Superior Agent
The Professionals Number K
Offers starting from$41.69

SWAT1st Lieutenant Farlow

Superior Agent
SWAT 1st Lieutenant Farlow
Offers starting from$4.65

SabreRezan the Redshirt

Superior Agent
Sabre Rezan the Redshirt
Offers starting from$3.37

TACP Cavalry'Two Times' McCoy

Superior Agent
TACP Cavalry
Offers starting from$3.41

The ProfessionalsGetaway Sally

Exceptional Agent
The Professionals Getaway Sally
Offers starting from$62.19

The ProfessionalsLittle Kev

Exceptional Agent
The Professionals Little Kev
Offers starting from$15.27

SWATSergeant Bombson

Exceptional Agent
SWAT Sergeant Bombson
Offers starting from$5.82

SWATJohn 'Van Healen' Kask

Exceptional Agent
Offers starting from$4.41

NSWC SEAL'Blueberries' Buckshot

Exceptional Agent
Offers starting from$6.49

SWATBio-Haz Specialist

Distinguished Agent
SWAT Bio-Haz Specialist
Offers starting from$5.24

SWATChem-Haz Specialist

Distinguished Agent
SWAT Chem-Haz Specialist
Offers starting from$5.49

PhoenixStreet Soldier

Distinguished Agent
Phoenix Street Soldier
Offers starting from$5.24

Sabre FootsoldierDragomir

Distinguished Agent
Sabre Footsoldier Dragomir
Offers starting from$3.30

Operation Shattered Web Agents

Shattered Web agents were given as a reward for completing operation missions in Operation Shattered Web. A Distinguished Agent was unlocked with 28 operation stars, Exceptional Agents unlocked with 52, Superior Agents unlocked with 76 and Master Agents unlocked with 89.

FBISpecial Agent Ava

Master Agent
FBI Special Agent Ava
Offers starting from$12.37

Sabre'The Doctor' Romanov

Master Agent
Offers starting from$5.29

Elite CrewThe Elite Mr. Muhlik

Master Agent
Elite Crew The Elite Mr. Muhlik
Offers starting from$4.55

NSWC SEALLt. Commander Ricksaw

Master Agent
NSWC SEAL Lt. Commander Ricksaw
Offers starting from$8.26


Superior Agent
Sabre Blackwolf
Offers starting from$3.46

SabreRezan The Ready

Superior Agent
Sabre Rezan The Ready
Offers starting from$3.12

USAF TACP'Two Times' McCoy

Superior Agent
Offers starting from$3.16

Elite CrewProf. Shahmat

Superior Agent
Elite Crew Prof. Shahmat
Offers starting from$2.64


Exceptional Agent
Phoenix Slingshot
Offers starting from$2.71


Exceptional Agent
NSWC SEAL Buckshot
Offers starting from$2.99

Elite CrewOsiris

Exceptional Agent
Elite Crew Osiris
Offers starting from$3.28


Exceptional Agent
Sabre Maximus
Offers starting from$2.24


Exceptional Agent
Sabre Dragomir
Offers starting from$2.37

FBI HRTMarkus Delrow

Exceptional Agent
FBI HRT Markus Delrow
Offers starting from$3.19

KSK3rd Commando Company

Distinguished Agent
KSK 3rd Commando Company
Offers starting from$6.01

NSWC SEALSeal Team 6 Soldier

Distinguished Agent
NSWC SEAL Seal Team 6 Soldier
Offers starting from$5.07

SASB Squadron Officer

Distinguished Agent
SAS B Squadron Officer
Offers starting from$4.19


Distinguished Agent
Phoenix Enforcer
Offers starting from$1.70

FBI SWATOperator

Distinguished Agent
FBI SWAT Operator
Offers starting from$4.30


Distinguished Agent
Phoenix Soldier
Offers starting from$1.51

About CS2 Agents

All CS2 agents can be used on any map and enable the player to customise their in-game appearance for both T and CT-side. If a player does not own any agents then the default Local Agent or Operator will be equipped and used in-game.

Master Agents have unique voices and cheers which can be heard at the start of a round and when using various radio commands.

When the agent is equipped in the player loadout they appear during the End-of-Match accolades instead of the default agent for the respective map.

How to obtain an Agent?

Players who did not partake in an operation can acquire a CS2 agent through trading or purchasing from the Steam Community Market.


All agents belong to a faction. All factions are listed below:

  • Brazilian 1st Battalion
  • Elite Crew
  • FBI
  • FBI Sniper
  • Gendarmerie Nationale
  • Guerrilla Warfare
  • KSK
  • Phoenix
  • Sabre
  • Sabre Footsoldier
  • SAS
  • SEAL Frogman
  • SWAT
  • TACP Cavalry
  • The Professionals

Controversy surrounding Agent skins

The release of Operation Shattered Web in November 2019 marked a significant moment for CS:GO, a game celebrated for its competitive purity and minimalistic design. This operation introduced Agent skins; character models that players could use to replace the default terrorist and counter-terrorist appearances. This change sparked a flurry of controversy and debate within the community, centering on concerns about the game's direction and the potential impact on gameplay fairness.

One of the primary concerns was that CS:GO was beginning to emulate games like Fortnite, which are known for their highly customizable and sometimes flamboyant character skins. Critics argued that this shift towards more vibrant and varied character appearances could undermine the game's long-established aesthetic, which favored a more subdued, tactical look that aligned with its realistic, military-inspired gameplay. This departure towards a more commercial and casual gaming model was seen as a potential dilution of the CS:GO brand, which had traditionally prioritized competitive integrity over visual flair.

The controversy intensified with complaints about the tactical disadvantage posed by certain skins. Players noted that some of the new Agent skins blended too well with certain backgrounds and environments, providing a camouflage effect that could be exploited. For example, the 'The Elite Mr. Muhlik' skin, which featured darker tones, was particularly difficult to spot in shadowy areas of maps. This led to accusations that the game was veering towards a 'pay-to-win' model, where players could potentially gain a competitive edge by purchasing specific skins. This was antithetical to the ethos of fair play that CS:GO had cultivated over the years.

In response to these concerns, several competitive leagues and tournaments took the unprecedented step of banning the use of certain Agent skins in official matches. This decision underscored the severity of the issue, as the competitive scene of CS:GO is central to its community and reputation. Leagues such as the ESL and FACEIT prohibited these agent skins to ensure that all players competed on a level playing field, preventing any potential advantages derived from skin-induced camouflage.

Valve responded to the backlash by implementing changes aimed at addressing the community's concerns. They introduced patches that adjusted the visibility of certain problematic agents and modified some map textures to reduce the likelihood of agents blending into backgrounds. However, these adjustments were met with mixed reactions, as some players felt that the changes were insufficient to fully address the issue.