This guide explains how to kick a bot for whatever reason but it can come in very handy in versus if you ever have that dumb infected bot that sits in a corner. You can do this on official dedicated servers and you can kick survivor bots and infected bots but you can only kick bots on your team. The bot simply just seems to disappear.
Kicking the Bot
Step 1: Make sure that the developer console is turned on. To make sure it is turned on go to Options, Keyboard and Mouse, and then enable developer console.
Step 2: Whenever you need to kick a bot open up the developer console, the default key is ~.
Step 3: Type status into the developer console. It should show everyone’s username with a number or the bot name such as Bill. The number on the left is the important part, the number can greatly vary. This is what it will look like.
# 3 "Bill" BOT active # 4 "Francis" BOT active # 5 "Louis" BOT active #end
Step 4: Type callvote kick (number). An example being callvote kick 3. This would kick Bill.
] callvote kick 3 Potential vote being called
You can kick a bot while your team has 3 people easily but if there are only 2 it will automatically say that there is a yes vote and a no vote after the kick is called. The person of the two that didn’t call the kick has to hit F1 before the kick finalizes and the no vote turns to a yes.
If you kick an infected bot the next one will just spawn a few seconds later but if you kick a survivor bot it will be gone for the rest of the chapter.