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City of Sin (de_cityofsin) is a cut bomb defusal map that was supposed to be released with Counter-Strike: Condition Zero.


The map takes places in what appears to be an abandoned city. There are two bomb targets in the map, one of which appears to be a church of some kind.


City of Sin was designed by Ritual Entertainment while they were in charge of the development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero.[1] It was likely one of the original 10 multiplayer maps[2] that were to be released with Ritual's version of the game. The map made no known media appearances during development. For unknown reasons, the map was never officially released.

Coinciding with the Half-Life 2 leak, a version of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was also leaked. This leak included a fully playable version of the map.[3]



  1. Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Information Vault - Josh Jeffcoat Interview.
  2. Ritualistic Forums: CZ Multiplayer Maps. Archived from the original on 2004-09-11.
  3. Half.Life.Including.Condition.Zero.READ.NFO-ANON - Presence of de_cityofsin.bsp.