All Kukri Knives in CS2

That's a lot of Kilowatts!
All Kukri Knives CS2
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With Kilowatt Case, a new type of knife was introduced to CS2. If you’ve grown fond of the knife type and are considering getting one, we’d like to show you what all of them look like so that you can make a better-informed purchase decision.

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List of Every Kukri Knife in CS2

Currently, Kukri Knives are only available in the Kilowatt Case in CS2. It is expected that Valve will keep adding more Kukri Knives in the future because not all skin patterns have been used in this case; there are many more to be added. Have patience; we’ll update this article whenever Valve decides to add more Kukri knives.

If you are just getting into CS2, you can check out our smoke-throwing and radar guides.

All Kukri Knives in Kilowatt Case in CS2

There are 13 Kukri Knives in the Kilowatt Case in CS2. I will sort them from cheapest to most expensive (one day after the release)

  • Safari Mesh
  • Scorched
  • Night Stripe
  • Boreal Forest
  • Forest DDPAT
  • Urban Masked
  • Stained
  • Crimson Web
  • Case Hardened
  • Blue Steel
  • Vanilla
  • Slaughter
  • Fade

Here’s what they look like! If you are wondering what you can get from the Kilowatt Case if you miss these pretty knives, here’s our list of all the skins in the Kilowatt Case.

Should I Open Cases to Get a Kukri Knife in CS2?

The odds are not in your favor if you are trying to get a Kukri Knife in CS2, or any knife, really. Let’s put it this way: If, on average, it takes you close to 400 cases to open a knife (that’s like, 0.25%), then it will take you ($2.5 (the price of a key) + the price of a case you’re opening) * 400 to “guarantee” a knife (that’s not a guarantee, there’s no pity timer in CS2).

That’s $1000 without the case price included. Sure, you can open a knife in your first 50 or 100 openings, but that’s just sheer luck. The law of large numbers cannot be bent. I mean, take a 20-sided die and see how many times it will take you to roll a specific number of your choice. That’s a 5% odd, by the way. 20 times bigger than the odd to open a knife. You may get the number of your choice on the first roll, or you may keep rolling for an hour.

And even if you do get a knife in those 400 openings, what’s the guarantee that the value of all skins opened will be equal to or bigger than the costs for the opening session? So, you’re not only battling the odds to get a knife, but you’re fighting for knives that will net you a profit, which automatically excludes everything except Fade and maybe Slaughter from the start. On the other hand, if you want to spill about $5,000 on a big opening on a live stream to experience the law of large numbers, be my guest. The money is the least of your worries anyway.

So, you should just rather visit the Steam Market, inspect the knives offered, spot the one you like, and actually buy it. Everything else is gambling. Here’s our list of the top 4 most trustworthy CS2 skin trading sites at the moment.

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Nikola L
Nikola has been a Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022. He has been gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (when gaming was really good!). Nikola has helped organize dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009.