Aimbot Cheats for PUBG
A PUBG aimbot is essentially a cheat that does the aiming for you, but that’s a gross oversimplification of how an aimbot functions. By relaying information about enemy positions from the game to the hack, an aimbot is able to program your crosshair to automatically track enemy targets.
This will allow you to fire at them as accurately as possible, because your aim will be locked to a point on that target. Some aimbots will even allow you to choose the part of the target that they stick to so that you can get headshots or hit enemies in the torso for faster kills than if you were aiming at limbs.
Other aimbots will automatically track your target’s center mass so that it’s easier to hit them, even if you’re firing at them from a longer range. Most PUBG aimbots will give you some degree of control over how they operate, including the key that you have to press so that they start running.
Some aimbots may even feature a panic mode that will allow you to turn them off if you’re worried that another player may be catching on to the fact that you’re hacking. If you want to make yourself less likely to get caught, there are aimbot settings that will make your aim look more like you than a machine.
For example, aimbot smoothness will allow you to alter your aimbot’s speed so that it looks more gradual and less snappy. This will make it seem to enemies like you’re the one doing the aiming when you’re really just marginally cutting down on the effectiveness of your aimbot so that it’s harder to detect.
Yet another feature that accomplishes much of the same is your aimbot FOV, which influences the angle in front of you that your aimbot will find targets in. For example, setting your FOV to 90 degrees will keep it looking like you’re aiming at targets that you can see. An FOV of 360 will allow you to spin around on the spot and hit targets behind you.
Our PUBG Wallhack and ESP Exclusive Features
PUBG ESP hacks are designed to allow you to see through walls so that you’ll be able to track down enemies or otherwise avoid them. In a battle royale game like this one, ESPs can take on an additional function in which they make it easier to find loot since drops will be outlined on your display as well.
You can toggle different modes of your ESP on and off so that you can see enemy positions and loot or just one or the other. You can even get an ESP to show you the positions of your allies so that it’s easier to coordinate attacks when one of you is moving in from one direction and the other is coming in from another direction.
ESPs can be configured in a range of different ways so that they display enemies the way you want to see them. The most advanced ESPs will put a glowing outline around the player model of your enemies so that it’s easier for you to see the direction that they’re facing and possibly even the gun they have.
On the other hand, less advanced ESPs will use bones or boxes, the former of which will display enemies as wireframe skeletons and the latter of which will show you enemies as hit boxes. Each of these display methods has its own sets of pros and cons, so you’ll have to test them out to see which works best for you.
You can also cap the maximum range of your ESP so that it doesn’t fill up your screen with targets that you don’t currently need to worry about. This will allow you to keep track of the people who are an actual danger instead of worrying about players that are halfway across the map fighting someone else.
Radar Hack for PUBG
The final kind of hack that we’re going to discuss for PUBG is the seemingly humble radar hack, which works by creating a small radar display on your screen that will allow you to see the positions of enemies at all times.
A radar hack can be used together with an ESP so that you can track enemy positions in two different ways. You can even use them to show different things. For example, you could have your radar hack displaying enemy positions while your ESP allows you to track down weapons and gear.
Radar hacks can be adjusted and customized in a few different ways, including their size and opacity so that you can improve your peripheral vision without sacrificing your radar’s visibility. Some radars will even allow you to customize the icons that display enemy and allied positions.
PUBG Hacks: Why Do People Use Them?
There are a few reasons why you may wish to hack PUBG, but unfortunately, we don’t have the time to address every single factor that goes into determining why a player would hack. What we can do is give you an idea of some of the motivation behind hacking in a battle royale game like PUBG.
Battle royales tend to be a lot more competitive than other kinds of games due to the lower chance of actually winning. This is because you’re competing with a lot more players and teams than if it were simply your typical team-based matchup that you see in most other shooter games.
This means that it will be a lot harder to win and therefore end up satisfied with a play session. However, if you use PUBG hacks, then you’ll have an inherent advantage over your competitors, so you should be able to win games more consistently, unless other players are cheating too, of course.
This brings us to the next reason why you may use hacks in a game like this. Since PUBG is known for having a few more cheaters than most other games, you’ll never know whether the person who killed you was skilled or hacking, so why not play it safe and get some hacks of your own?
By using cheats, you’ll ensure that you’re always on a level playing field with other players. This kind of logic will lead to more of your competitors using cheats as well so that they can have a fair chance at winning, so if you’re not going to use cheats, you can be sure that other players will.