Aimbot Cheats for PUBG
A PUBG aimbot that snaps to enemies across walls too robotically is a lot of fun, but also acts a bit like a giant billboard advertising to everyone that you’re cheating. Our PUBG Aimbot comes with a “off after kill” switch which momentarily turns off the aimbot to prevent it from snap automatically to multiple targets in your field of view. In a team fight, this makes it more realistic and doesn’t look obvious to a moderator.
What does an aimbot actually do though? Well it uses “Smart Targeting” which essentially means we use complicated math to make your gun a bit like the negative pole of a magnet, the other positive pole that attracts the end of your gun’s barrel can be a designated part of an enemy player’s character model’s hitbox, usually the head for optimal killing time.
The above feature is considered to be a basic aimbot. In order to increase the challenge level, we have features in our aimbot that will still help your gunplay without necessarily using the above function. Free aimbots all have this basic formula down, but they lack the subtle finesse that comes with high-end software.
Smoothness is one of these features that allow your aimbot to be as smooth as silk. Snapping needs to happen in an organic way to mirror the hand of a “smooth” player. Setting high smoothness closely follows the trajectory that your hand would rather than being a rough and abrupt robotic feel that is so characteristic of other aimbots.
“No spread/recoil” is a function you will find in our software that makes your projectiles find the perfect centre within their circle of motion. This feature essentially negates recoil in any direction and allows your projectiles to be more accurate
Why should you use an aimbot? A game like PUBG triggers a perpetual fight-or-flight response whenever you encounter another player. An aimbot allows you to have the bravado to fool your brain into always choosing to fight. You might still day when taken unaware, but if you both see each other and dive to cover, we guarantee that the odds will be in your favour with our software.
Simply put, an aimbot removes the “fear” component from the game that seems to act as an insurmountable inhibitor in many BR players’ psychologies. If you enable autoshoot, you won’t even need to worry about nervous reloading or wasting bullets.
A PUBG Aimbot works best with sniper rifles for various reasons: Players who play with sniper rifles tend to be more accurate and aim for the head anyway. Either the Kar98, M24, and AWM are all good choices to use with the aimbot.
The FOV, or field of view, is another setting on your aimbot that you'll have to tweak to your preference. The slider for the FOV will increase or decrease your peripheral vision, and consequently, how easy your aimbot can magnetically hone in on someone who is not directly in front of you.
If you set your FOV too high, your aimbot will get more kills, but it will also appear as pretty unnatural and janky movement which remains… dubious to say the least.
Your aimbot will be able to lock-on to targets who are behind cover and even fire through destructible environments. In PUBG, you cannot actually kill someone through solid walls, so it might be worth it to turn this feature off.
Our PUBG Wallhack And ESP Exclusive Features
A PUBG ESP wallhack let’s you see through walls by highlighting them for you as you please. Not only does it work on players, but any items that you might want to find on the battlefield, such high tier weapons.
Knowing where the enemy is doesn’t you’ll be able to kill them, but it certainly helps. In terms of equipment, you’ll likely outrank them, so that might also instill you with some confidence. With an ESP, you can deftly avoid “camper” ambushes and pushing into a house with many players eagerly waiting to corner camp you, making smart use of explosives so that they don’t even know what hit them.
With an ESP, every shot you take counts, you won’t just be spraying randomly and hoping you hit them. These kind of hacks won’t appear on any kind of spectator footage either, so you can rest easy with them installed.
Still, an ESP needs to be configured to be efficient. You don’t want to pollute your visual field with too much information on items. You want to focus the ESP on items that are crucial to your survival like high tier weapons, maybe snipers and health, though this is really up to you.
When you have multiple detected opponents, the ESP will change the colour of the bounded box of the player you most recently wounded so as to allow you to prioritize wounded targets.
Of course, the most useful reason to use an ESP is to judge whether it would be more prudent to fight or take flight. To this end, you need to set up the UI to work in an intuitive manner rather than displaying useless information that might distract you more than anything else.
With an ESP, you’ll still have to earn your Chicken Dinners, so you don’t have to worry about this hack removing the core gameplay mechanics that make PUBG worth playing.
An ESP with an aimbot is just a recipe for success, and when used together, there is very little chance your opponents will take your tendies.
Radar Hack for PUBG
The PUBG radar hack is a minimap that doesn’t require an event to display foes (such as them firing their weapons). With the radar hack, you will always see enemies within your configured sweeprange on the map.
You will be able to spot enemies on your map within the 4 quadrants, all 360 degrees around you. This is a very useful tool to know when to third-party, when to rush an isolated opponent and when to run because you are outnumbered.
Of course if you’re using this with the rest of the cheats offered in our packages, you could probably take on a whole group on your own even if you are outnumbered.
You can determine which sweep size works best for you. This feature shows you a larger or smaller scope of enemy positions. Generally, because the battlefield is constantly shifting, using a mid-range sweep size is best.
PUBG Hacks, Why Do People Use Them?
Easy wins are possibly the most sought outcome when discussing why players willingly choose to cheat. Because video games like PUBG are so competitive, it feels good to be able to outlive 99 other opponents in a solo drop.
You may be using cheats because you don’t want to have to develop the laser focus and drive of a professional player, but still feel like a professional player.
Dying in PUBG sucks, especially when it happens too quickly. Some players choose to arm themselves with a smoking gun in order to increase their own fun.
Using cheats will also help calm your nerves and allow you to play the game in a much more relaxed state of mind. In other words, you can be highly competitive without all the sweat that comes with reaching that level.
Subscribing to primo cheat services like WhyWasIBanned or affiliates is a fantastic way to vent out your frustration from the daily grind of real life.
All of the bragging rights will be yours, and perhaps you just want your friends to look up to you and make you feel like an indispensable component to their success.
It’s also entirely possible that you just want to embrace the whispering sadist in your soul by feeding the fiery coals of wrath and have simply lacked the means to do so effectively until now.
We’re not here to judge, we just want to deliver outstanding products and services to allow you to self-actualize whatever desires you might harbour deep within yourself by allowing them to thrive and blossom.