Aimbot Cheats for Escape From Tarkov
An EFT aimbot is perhaps the most powerful script for any shooter game. Because Tarkov offers absolutely no aim-assist and has one of the most realistic gunplay mechanic systems out of any game, aiming can be quite the feat depending on how you build your gun.
Using an unmodded Scav gun definitely won’t do you any favours, unless of course you’re using an aimbot, in which case, it really doesn’t matter what gun you’re using because none of your shots will miss.
What separates the Chads from the Uber-Chads is just how good their aim is, but with an aimbot, even the lowliest of Rats will be able to perform audacious sneak attacks with pinpoint accuracy.
You can set a keybinding to toggle your aimbot on and off at will. Leaving it on will magnetically pull your gun towards the most vulnerable “bones” of an enemy player: usually the head and chest. Once the aimbot is locked on to a target, the gun will track them like a bloodhound following the scent of a wounded boar.
There are different features to experiment with in the aimbot and in a game like Tarkov the automatic lock-on to any target within a circle isn’t always the best choice if you’re playing with friends. You might accidentally lock on to them instead of the target you actually meant to kill.
There is a manual aimbot mode where pressing the key on a target already on your reticle will lock onto them instead of the larger radius circular auto-lock. Really it’s up to you to try out the different options and find what’s best for your depending on your individual circumstances.
If you want to stream your gameplay while employing Escape From Tarkov hacks, then you will need to adjust your masking parameters, notably the FOV and the smoothness. These aren’t imperative if you’re not planning on showing others your gameplay since there is no spectating allowed in Tarkov.
The smoothness slider can safely be put to the max. This makes your aimbot tracking appear slightly more flawed, similar to how human aim is not always perfect. However, this might lower the overall time to kill ever so slightly. In a game like EFT where the TTK is already very low, this isn’t a huge issue though.
We suggest using a FOV of 90 degrees, as anything more than than will let your aimbot targeting appear mildly suspicious. However, if you’re using ComTacs, it’s entirely plausible that you heard someone sneaking up behind you and turned to shoot them before they could get the better of you. Again, this is discretionary depending on your in-raid build.
Essentially what you’re aiming for when adjusting your aimbot is creating a shroud of plausible deniability from which you can file an appeal if your account is ever suspended or banned.
Our Escape From Tarkov Wallhack And ESP Exclusive Features
An EFT ESP wallhack is a far lower risk hack to use, but also prevents you from streaming your gameplay as it adds tracking visual UI elements to your HUD to help you find opponents through walls.
Technically there’s nothing stopping you from posting your footage of an ESP, though you’ll have to take extra measures to make sure it’s untraceable to your account if you want to avoid getting banned.
These visual elements can be represented as boxes around enemies, glowing outlines or even skeletons to see if they are crouched or prone. This latter option is our favorite since it allows you to precisely aim your gun for maximum damage without having to resort to an aimbot.
You’ll also be able to see an enemy’s remaining health. Watching closely if the bar is going up or down indicates whether the player is in the middle of healing or is bleeding out. Either way, this extra information helps you decide when is the perfect time to finish them off and put them out of their misery.
Because so much of the game is premised upon moving across maps with as much spatial awareness as possible, an ESP is the perfect scouting tool to avoid sneaky Rats laying in wait, ready to pounce on you at your first misstep.
You’ll also be able to highlight your friends in a different colour so as to avoid fragging them, something that is an incredibly common occurrence in Tarkov since there are minimal HUD elements and players change gear constantly throughout the raid.
Our Escape from Tarkov ESP will also help you find the exact loot you want so you’re not wasting time and putting yourself at risk when looting a body. There is a list of items that you can check on or off in the interface. Because Tarkov has an over-abundance of items, half of which you won’t even know why you need, this can be highly effective in not only getting high level weapons, but progressing your quests without getting bogged down.
You can set the draw distance at which the ESP will detect enemies. A mid to close range is recommended for this game, since long range detection will only give you a false sense of danger and make you worried about people who are not really an immediate threat.
Radar Hack for EFT
The EFT radar hack is the long range alternative to the ESP and allows for planning more efficient routes. Instead of showing enemies in your actual in-game view, they display them on a minimap. This minimap has an aspect ratio that is fully customizable.
Escape From Tarkov doesn’t have a minimap for quite obvious reasons, so using a hacked one gives you an invaluable edge over people. The Radar Hack and the ESP are best friends and will be your most valuable tools in learning how to optimize your raiding efficiency.
You can configure the ESP and the Radar Hack to complement each other so that you’re not displaying the same information twice. Avoiding redundancies in your visual field is paramount to getting the most authentic Tarkov experience as possible.
Escape From Tarkov Hacks, Why Do People Use Them?
Tarkov can be cruel and unforgiving. Wanting to mitigate some of these factors, especially when you’ve been on a losing streak, is perfectly reasonable, and even expected. Knowing that some Rat now has his filthy paws on your fully kitted M4A1 is enough to send anyone over to the dark side.
Because you can lose weeks of grind in a single raid, sometimes right at its very beginning, players simply want to add extra insurance beyond what Prapor offers. Playing with cheats doesn’t make you completely invincible, but it’s the closest you’ll ever get to that level. It will also feel much more rewarding and less stressful when you can loot bodies you drop in peace without worrying about getting killed.
The sooner you can get your Kappa container and end game inventory management equipment, the better. Playing with hacks also allows you to get rich quick by selling your surplus goods on the market and optimizing your build to play how you want to play as opposed to just working with the cards that you have been dealt.
Becoming a millionaire in Tarkov without hacks is a long and soul-crushing grind where you will likely have to learn the ways of the Rat that you so despise. So why not just fast track straight to the top?