By Tom Capper – Updated July 30th, 2021
If you’re just getting started using hacks and you’re wondering how you can make the most of them, then you’ve come to the right place. In this short guide, we’re going to explore which cheats work best for Rust so you have a better idea of which cheat packages you should purchase to have fun in the game.
Aimbots are notorious for being some of the most effective cheats on the market, but their usefulness in Rust depends on how you play the game. For example, if you’re the kind of player that likes to hide from enemies and avoid conflict, then an aimbot probably won’t be what you’re looking for.
However, even if you adopt that playstyle, having an aimbot is a good backup to ensure that you win the fight if you end up getting discovered by your opponent. Aimbots automatically do the aiming for you by locking your crosshair to the player that you want to kill, ensuring that you don’t have to make any more control inputs aside from shooting.
On the other hand, if you’re the kind of player that likes to seek out other people in Rust, then an aimbot will likely be right up your alley. Some aimbots even feature predictive aiming that will allow you to hit moving targets at longer distances, even if your target is in a helicopter.
Speaking of helicopters, some of our Rust cheat packages feature helicopter aimbots that will allow you to fire out of a speeding helicopter a lot more effectively. Using one of these cheats, you’ll be able to nearly clear the server of other players without even having to endanger yourself.
Aimbots have a wide range of settings that you can adjust to your liking so that you can make the most of them. For example, adjusting your aimbot’s smoothness reduces the chances of you getting caught and changing the aim bone that your aimbot uses allows you to focus your fire on a particular enemy body part.
ESPs are powerful tools that allow you to see things that no other player can. Exactly what you see through an ESP depends on the kind of ESP that you have installed, but the most common type is an enemy ESP. As the name suggests, enemy ESPs allow you to see the positions of your enemies.
Your typical ESP will display enemies through walls, either outlining their skeleton or putting a glow around their player model. Some ESPs will even allow you to see your target as hitboxes so that it’s easier for you to hit them in their more vulnerable areas.
In Rust, ESPs are particularly useful because you have no idea when an enemy is about to sneak up on you. This will allow you to get back to base safely when you’re surrounded by enemies and it will also make it a lot easier to navigate your way through the game world stealthily.
There are also item ESPs that allow you to see where scrap caches and ore veins are located, and this will ensure that you progress through tech levels much more efficiently than otherwise.
There are several mobility cheats available for Rust players, and these allow you to make your way around the map much more efficiently. Maps in Rust tend to be relatively large, and making your way from one end to the other without a vehicle may end up taking longer than you have patience for.
One of the more traditional mobility cheats is a speed hack, but the issue with this is that it’s pretty noticeable. A few of our Rust cheat packages come included with what is known as a Spider Man mod, which allows you to essentially move yourself around with a grappling hook that acts like Spider Man’s webs.
Radar hacks are often conflated with ESPs because they play a relatively similar role, but in actuality, they’re both distinct cheats. A radar hack will create a small radar display on your screen that will allow you to see the positions of your opponents within a certain distance of you.
This helps give you an extra way to determine if there’s anyone around you, especially if you missed them with your ESP. Radar hacks tend to have a wide range of adjustability, so you can customize them to your liking, making it so that they display only the info that you’re interested in.