Aimbot Cheats for Rust
A Rust aimbot functions by honing in on enemies’ heads with laser precision. If you think this will make the game too easy, we have a feature called "off after kill" which essentially allows you to try to make every other kill on your own, only re-enabling the aimbot after the inputted delay.
This is usually used in games with a footage system so as not to draw attention from onlookers, though for the purposes of using it in Rust, it simply acts as an added layer of difficulty.
Aimbot Smoothness, while not an imperative in Rust, is still pretty cool. Essentially it works by creating a gradient of movement that seems more natural than the very “Robo-Terminator” feel of the aimbot without it. If you’re using cheats while streaming or recording PvP footage, this will still look suspicious, but not nearly as much as with the setting turned to low.
The “no spread” option takes away the barrel sway of guns, allowing low tier weapons like pipe guns to have increased precision and increasing their overall effectiveness.
An overall reason to use a Rust aimbot is to be able to control the fear factor that comes with getting killed one too many times. The best policy in Rust even without hacks is shoot on sight and aimbot will even help you shoot people in your FOV that you didn’t notice.
If you don’t want to do this, then you’ll need to disable the autofire option. Using autofire is great, though sometimes on a rare occasion you won’t want to kill a person until talking to them first with Rust’s VOIP.
While this isn’t the most important, if you want to make the most of your aimbot, we recommend using weapons with high damage output like a bolt action rifle or a fully automatic AK. With just a gun and no armor you’ll still be a force to be reckoned with, as long as your opponents aren’t sneaking up on you.
If you want to eliminate your blind spots, you’ll need to increase your aimbot’s field of view. The FOV turned to the max will allow your aimbot to turn on people with catlike reflexes, though this might arouse some doubts and earn you accusations of hacking by the salty foes you have just murdered.
One feature you will want to disable is the tracking behind solid destructible environmental objects like walls and doors. If your enemy is cowering behind their reinforced metal fortress, having this feature on with the autofire is just a waste of precious bullets. The best practice when laying siege is simply to door camp while your buddies plant explosives anyway, and having an aimbot will allow you to excel in this role, potentially allowing you inner access to their base without even having to resort to blowing your way through all their airlocks.
Our Rust Wallhack And ESP Exclusive Features
A Rust ESP wallhack is perhaps one of the most useful hacks as it will allow you to find where an enemy base is storing their goodies, show you the exact location of their tool cupboard and beds are (which is usually hidden), but perhaps most importantly, it will allow you to see exactly where enemies are behind solid walls with x-ray vision during a live raid.
You’ll also be able to navigate more complex clan compounds which are often littered with traps and automated sentries just waiting to gun you down when you least expect it.
Rust is a graphically stunning game, though many players choose to lower their graphics intentionally in order to see enemies hidden in the brush and foliage. With an ESP, you’ll be able to spot them with ease while still soaking in Facepunch’s hard work in procedural graphics.
Of course, just because you can see an enemy doesn’t guarantee you will succeed in taking them out. However, it will allow you to coordinate your team with the lethal hunting precision of a pride of lions on the prowl for some gazelles grazing naively on your territory.
In order to have the predatory instincts of a lion, you’ll need to remove some of the extraneous information an ESP will show you. You need to decide what items you’re looking for on each raid so that you’re not distracted by countless dropped items you’ll undoubtedly encounter while prowling the wasteland.
You can also toggle an option to see which is the target you last fired at and how much remaining health they have. This is especially useful in learning to press the advantage while they are healing, as you will know exactly when they have popped their medical kit.
An ESP with an aimbot will be your bread and butter, but are you ready for the final jam?
Radar Hack for Rust
Rust has a global map, but no minimap. We solve this for you by offering a simplistic 2 coordinate, 4 quadrant minimap that constantly scans for Rustians ripe for the slaughter.
Having this enabled along with the other 2 hacks will ensure that you turn other players who would otherwise be hungry and savage wolves into tame Paschal lambs ready for the dinner table.
This is the quietest hack, though nonetheless deadly. It is a well known fact that in any shooter game that top tier players are the ones who are able to successfully hunt their prey using the minimap rather than solely relying on the visual stream on their screens.
You’re going to want to configure how large you want the radar’s sweep size to be. The Rust map is huge and heavily populated, so it might be in your best interest to set it to a relatively small size to focus on what’s in front of you, but again, this is really a question of personal preference.
Rust Hacks, Why Do People Use Them?
Rust has a tendency to bring out the absolute best and worst in people.
People might be using cheats for any number of reasons, though ultimately it ends up being about wanting to avoid the frustration of losing an important loot haul, being bullied, or conversely, becoming a bully. Remember that old proverb? “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men…”
Well he might not have known it at the time, but John Dalbeg-Acton, who originally wrote this was talking about you.
The only remaining question is: What will you do with your greatness? Will you lead your clan to create a tyrannical and despotic rule? Or become a benevolent paragon who uplifts the downtrodden? The point is, that with our cheats, your destiny is entirely in your hands, a scary prospect no doubt.
You will become a big whig on the server you play on as long as you’re not banned by an admin along the way. No one’s loot will be safe and your coffers shall overflow with constant bountiful and resplendent harvests taken from your soul-crushed adversaries. No one will oppose you.
Another explanation is that you’re worried about all the negative sides you’ve heard about Rust (trust us, they’re all probably true) and simply want to play the game without living in a constant state of competitive paranoia and anxiety of losing all your things when you go offline.
With cheats, even if you do get raided, you’ll be able to earn back what was taken from you at least tenfold, this is a promise. Rust is a fantastic game, and playing it with cheats is a rather enriching experience unlike with most other shooter games where the premise is to kill solely to kill. The perma-death in Rust makes cheating oh so gratifying.
While the game will still occasionally punish you with its steep learning curve, the overall experience will be positive when you feel like your grind can actually pay a return on the investment.
Any Rust veteran knows that no matter how good you think you are, you’re probably not actually that good… unless you’re hacking, then yeah, you really are that good.
Because Rust is basically an Anarcho-capitalism simulator, you really don’t need to concern yourself with having morals and ethics, as 90% of players in this game come from scraping the bottom of the barrel.
In a kill or be killed world where you’re not sure when your opponents are playing fairly, is it fair to justify why you choose to hack? We don’t think so.