By Tom Capper – Updated May 31st, 2021
PUBG is one of the most popular battle royale games in the world, giving monoliths like Fortnite, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty Warzone a run for their money. However, it’s also one of the most challenging battle royales because of how realistic and unforgiving its combat is, to the point that the game can sometimes be frustrating.
However, there are a few ways to cut down on the frustration that you experience while you’re playing PUBG, including picking out the right hacks for how you play the game. In this guide, we’re going to discuss some of our favorite playstyles for PUBG and we’ll include the cheats that compliment them best.
The Warrior is an ideal cheat profile for players that like action, and if you actively seek out fights while you’re in a PUBG game, then this will work for you. As you may expect from the name, the Warrior specializes in taking out enemies before they even have a chance of fighting back.
The most important cheat for the Warrior is an aimbot, since that will give them an inherent advantage over other players, unless those other players are also cheating. Another important building block in the Warrior’s foundation is an enemy ESP, since that will allow you to seek out the most worthy enemies and challenge them.
The Commander is someone that usually plays PUBG with a group of their friends and tailors their cheats so that they can provide those friends with the lay of the land. For example, a good Commander would point out the positions of enemy concentrations as well as wherever you can find the best gear.
To achieve this goal, the Commander uses a mix of cheats that allows them to see how the battle royale is progressing. A radar cheat will allow the Commander to know where they will encounter pockets of resistance whereas an enemy and item ESP will allow them to point out positions to their allies.
The Stealth is a player that wants to avoid getting banned at all costs. There are a few different reasons why you may wish to adopt this hacker archetype, but it’s likely that you’ve invested enough money into PUBG that you’re worried about losing everything if you end up getting banned.
Most players who share the Stealth mindset use external cheat packages to make themselves much less likely to get detected. This also means that they eschew more obvious hacks like recoil reduction mods and aimbots so that they appear far less suspicious to other players and game masters if they end up getting reported.
To retain the advantage of hacking, the Stealth will use cheats like a radar display as well as ESPs that will display the positions of enemies, allies, gear, and vehicles. Knowledge is power, and being able to fight an enemy on your terms in PUBG will ensure that you’re more likely to win, even without an aimbot.