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The '''changelevel''' [[ConCommand|console command]] will end the current game, load the specified map and start a new game on it. The main difference with [[Map_(ConCommand)|map]] is that the players are not kicked from the server. This command can only be used in multiplayer games.
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The '''changelevel''' [[ConCommand|console command]] will end the current game, load the specified map and start a new game on it. The main difference with [[Map_(ConCommand)|map]] is that the players are not kicked from the server.
  
 
== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==
 
{{syntax|changelevel <mapname>}} (Without .bsp extension)
 
{{syntax|changelevel <mapname>}} (Without .bsp extension)
  
Can access both maps in mounted [[GCF]]s and in the local mod/game <code>maps</code> folder.
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Can access both maps in mounted [[VPK]]s and in the local mod/game <code>maps</code> folder.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Latest revision as of 20:57, 28 April 2021

The changelevel console command will end the current game, load the specified map and start a new game on it. The main difference with map is that the players are not kicked from the server.

Usage

Syntax: changelevel <mapname>

Note.png Note: Parameters are described inside the "<" and ">" characters.

(Without .bsp extension)

Can access both maps in mounted VPKs and in the local mod/game maps folder.

See also