The CS:GO era is over, but Steam has added a new way to view your lifetime stats and look back on your achievements.

Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) is here for good, but there’s no reason to forget about all your favorite past memories. The new Steam Year in Review showcase is a great way to catch up on your year across all PC games, but CS fanatics have something special just for them. Valve has silently added a cool new way to look back on your time in the Source 1 engine, and it's completely free for everyone to use.

However, the catch is that it is somewhat difficult to find in the Steam client. Here’s a step-by-step guide for how to see your lifetime stats and achievements in CS:GO through Steam.

Steam adds lifetime stats menu for CS:GO

To navigate to the new page, follow these instructions:

  • Go to store.steampowered.com and log in to your account
  • Navigate to your profile
  • Click on "Games" on the right-side column
  • Find CS2 and click on "My Game Stats"
  • Select "[Username]’s Personal Game Data"
CS:GO lifetime stats on Steam (Image via Valve)
CS:GO lifetime stats on Steam (Image via Valve)

From here, you should see a massive menu with many tabs at the top. Each one leads to a different page with stats taken from CS:GO. While the page is tied to CS2, it appears to only record stats from the original Source 1 game. 

What stats are available?

Steam’s new stats feature for CS:GO is the fastest and most accurate way to check your win rate, games played, and more.

In addition to more generic stats, it's also possible to see how well you progressed in each Operation Battle Pass. You can see which Souvenir packages you redeemed from each tournament along with how well you performed at Pick'ems. The page also tracks your IPs, which includes the exact latitude and longitude of the computers you played on. 

Some of these stats were originally possible to see in the game, but since the switch to CS2, it's impossible to view them. This app remains the only first-party way to see your lifetime achievements in CS:GO. Valve will likely update the page to track CS2 stats sometime in 2024, so check now before it's too late.

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