PUBG is one of the world’s most impressive battle royale games, but its realistic development style holds players back from being able to accomplish things that are truly incredible. In this guide, we’re going to explore a few things that you can only do in PUBG if you’re cheating.
One of the most annoying things about battle royale games like PUBG is that you often find yourself dropping into a part of the map where you can expect to be surrounded by enemies. Unfortunately, if you’re not lucky, it’s usually too late to drop far enough away from enemies if you see that you’re hot dropping.
However, using an ESP will allow you to determine where the enemies are around you, even as they’re dropping towards earth. This will make it a lot easier for you to survive until later on in the round. As with any other battle royale, the longer you live in a round, the more likely you are to last until the end.
This strategy typically works if you drop later on, since you’ll have a better idea of how many people are on the ground, though this varies based on the round. Some rounds, you’ll have more people dropping early on and in other rounds, you’ll face more enemies if you drop later on.
There are several detailed ESPs that work on PUBG and allow you to see what kind of equipment your enemies are using. With this info, you’re able to determine whether or not you want to attack an enemy before you get near enough to them that they might engage you first.
So why would you want to target someone based on the kind of gear they have? The first reason is that you can more easily engage targets who don’t have advanced gear, ensuring that you won’t get killed as easily. However, other players may actually want to target players with better gear.
If you’re trying to get the best weapons and items so that you can survive as long as possible, using a detailed ESP will allow you to hunt down enemies.
Vehicles add a new dynamic to battle royale games like PUBG but they can also have some pretty interesting interactions with hacks. Depending on the hacks you’re using, you might be able to even spawn a vehicle right in front of you so that you can make a quick escape from a dangerous enemy.
However, this isn’t the only thing that you can do with vehicle-based hacks. Along with this vehicle teleporting cheat, some cheat packs come included with a flying vehicle hack that will allow you to fly around in a car, allowing you to get to places that would otherwise be unreachable.
Finally, being able to fly around in a car in PUBG will let you have fun and take the game a little less seriously, which is refreshing when you’ve had a few bad rounds in a row.
Some cheats allow you to alter the performance of your weapons so that you can use certain guns that may otherwise be uncompetitive. This will also make it easier for you to use weapons that you’ve picked up and may not necessarily be ideal, but it’s possible that they’re all you have.
For example, the recoil control system hack allows you to modulate the kind of recoil you experience whenever you fire a gun. This lets you alter how much of the recoil you feel when you fire a weapon without making it obvious that you’re hacking through a complete lack of recoil.
There are also no spread cheats that allow you to make your weapons perfectly accurate, ensuring that they hit the exact point that you’re aiming at.
When you kill someone after a heated fight, you don’t always have the luxury of immediately heading over there to loot them. Perhaps you’ve run into yet another enemy that you have to neutralize before you can safely approach the previous enemy’s death crate, and in moments like these, loot can get lost.
This is why many PUBG cheat packs come included with hacks that allow you to track the locations of enemy death crates, so that you can easily go around and scoop up all of the loot later on.