Counter-Strike Global Offensive has featured many updates that introduce new and exciting features to the game. One of those updates was released on December 6, 2018, and it featured the Danger Zone case. Danger Zone is the name of the update as well, bringing in more than just a case of unique weapon skins.
The Danger Zone update brought a new and unique game mode to CSGO, called Battle Royale. This mode allows 18 players to join a match and fight to the death while searching for equipment scattered across the map. The Danger Zone update also brought another exciting feature, the Danger Zone case, filled with 17 unique skins and weapon finishes designed and created by the community. We will show you a complete review of the Danger Zone case and let you know what surprises Valve Corporation hid inside.
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What Is Inside the Danger Zone Case?
The Danger Zone update was one of the most impactful in the history of CSGO. Aside from the new features and game modes, the Danger Zone case and its contents also made plenty of players thrilled for the Danger Zone update to finally arrive. In 2021, the case includes a total of 17 weapon skins and 52 possible Covert knives as exceedingly rare special items. This provides a chance to win one out of 69 unique and valuable CSGO skins in total. The Danger Zone case offers a chance to produce many happy owners who can even make nice profits from the skins they receive.
17 Danger Zone Case Weapon Skins
The skins inside the Danger Zone case feature rarity grades that range between Covert, Classified, Mil-Spec, and Restricted. There are only two covert rifles, the AK-47 | Asiimov and the AWP | Neo-Noir. Then, there are three Classified weapons, including a Desert Eagle skin, a UMP-45, and an MP5-SD item. Following are five Restricted grade weapons. The list includes skins for a USP-S, P250, Galil AR, MAC-10, and a G3SG1. The following 7 skins are all Mil-Spec grade. These seven include a unique skin for each, including the following weapons: an M4A4, a Tec-9, Glock-18, MP9, SG 553, a Sawed-Off, and a Nova shotgun.
The complete list of weapon skins in the Danger Zone includes the following:
- MP9 | Modest Threat
- Glock-18 | Oxide Blaze
- Nova | Wood Fired
- M4A4 | Magnesium
- Sawed-Off | Black Sand
- SG 553 | Danger Close
- Tec-9 | Fubar
- G3SG1 | Scavenger
- Galil AR | Signal
- MAC-10 | Pipe Down
- P250 | Nevermore
- USP-S | Flashback
- UMP-45 | Momentum
- Desert Eagle | Mecha Industries
- MP5-SD | Phosphor
- AK-47 | Asiimov
- AWP | Neo-Noir
- Exceedingly Rare Special Item
List of Knives Skins in the Danger Zone Case
Danger Zone case features 52 rare CSGO knives that are all Covert grade and StatTrak available. Inside the case itself, you can expect to find 11 Navaja Knife skins, 13 for a Stiletto Knife, 13 for Talon Knife, and 13 for Ursus Knife. On top of that, there is also a very small chance to get an exceedingly rare special item which will be the most valuable new skins to pop into your account inventory.
The knives in the Danger Zone Case come at various prices. There are some items that are worth only a couple of dollars, to a couple of hundred, and even over $1000 in a few cases as well. Items like a StatTrak Stiletto Knife | Night Stripe (Factory New) can cost up to $1500 and is a skin that definitely makes all CSGO games that you play a lot more exciting for all players. That's not even the most expensive knife that you will find in the Danger Zone case.
The Talon Knife | Crimson Web can cost as much as $8.600 in Factory New StatTrak condition. This can definitely be a valuable souvenir to keep or sell for a nice amount of profit. It just goes to show that the Danger Zone case is full of valuable rewards and surprises that both Valve Corporation and the community have designed well.
How Much Is the Danger Zone Case?
You may or may not have known this but CS:GO cases are actually some of the most inexpensive items in the game. They almost never cost a full dollar and have exceedingly valuable potential items hidden inside. However, there are still a few special ones such as the Operation Bravo case. This is one of the most expensive cases owners fight for which can cost anywhere above $28. Players have listed other cases for much more and it's usually quite worth it.
Regarding the Danger Zone case, this case is quite cheap to buy, as you can find countless Steam community market listings for no less than $0.06. That's almost unnoticeable to any account. But wait, here comes the slightly more expensive part. As you are probably aware, each CSGO case requires a case key in order to be opened. You can't use just any case key, as it has to be special for that particular case. In this situation, you can only use a Danger Zone case key to open it. Usually, you can purchase a Danger Zone case key immediately for only around $7 on Steam. Once you've bought the case key, you can instantly open the Danger Zone case and enjoy your new weapon finish which will make all CSGO games slightly more unique from now on.