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Rust Hacks/Cheats With Aimbot, ESP/Wallhack, And Radar Hack

By Alisa Smith – Updated August 10th, 2021
Rust’s latest DLC is here, and it’s called the Voice Props DLC. As the name suggests, this DLC adds a whole new range of toys that you can use to play with sound, including boom boxes, record players, phones, and more. If you’ve ever wanted to leave your friends a voice message in Rust, now’s the time.

Rust’s last update added some pretty novel features including an entirely new wounded state. This new state allows you to crawl around and gives you a better chance of being revived than the default downed state. This update has also led to Rust being compatible with new tech like Nvidia DLSS, which makes the game run far smoother at high resolutions.

Rust’s players have been clamoring for the game’s developers to release a new update, and Facepunch Studios has largely been silent about what they’re working on. However, they recently showed their plans to fully rework the graphics of Rust, bringing the game into the future.

During the 2010s, it was popular for games to go the realistic route. Gone were the days of everyone jumping around in arcadey shooters, people wanted to feel like they were on a knife’s edge in the games they were playing. Games like Rainbow Six Siege and Escape From Tarkov truly embodied this philosophy in video games.

Then came along Rust. Despite its unprepossessing name, Rust is a game with an immense amount of detail and things to do. Whereas other survival games usually restrict themselves to a certain era of technology, the developers of Rust decided to transcend these boundaries by putting you in a post-apocalyptic world.

You start off in Rust naked and with nothing but a stone, truly bringing you back to the caveman era. The amazing thing about this game is that you can gradually progress through eras of technology, starting off by hunting with things like crossbows and eventually working your way up to automatic weapons and explosives.
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Of course, this means that Rust can be relatively unbalanced when you’re competing with other players, but the game was never supposed to be entirely balanced. If someone has a technological advantage over you, then they’ll be able to fully benefit from it, and this is why many servers implement regular wipes.

After a certain point, trying to compete with people using attack helicopters to destroy your base just becomes unsustainable, and without wipes, the game would be much less enjoyable. The best way to advance in Rust is to band together with groups of other players so that you can accomplish things quicker.

Who you play with in Rust is entirely up to you. If you want to use the game’s VOIP feature to interact with other players and band together with strangers, you’re more than welcome to do that. If you want to join a clan and start roving the wastes, you can also do that. Of course, most people will argue that the best way to enjoy Rust is with a group of friends.

No matter how you want to explore the wastes and work your way up the tech tree, Rust has a lot to offer, ranging from constructing elaborate fortresses to breeding plants with different genetics. As you get further into the game, you’ll start to specialize in what you like doing. Some people prefer farming while others like to start full-blown wars with other groups of players.

One thing is true about Rust, and that is that the game is hard. If you’re just getting started in Rust, then don’t be surprised when a player with thousands of hours comes along and just destroys you and all of your friends. If you’re looking for the great equalizer in Rust, then you’ll likely want to take a look at the various Rust hacks that are available.

Rust Hacks

Rust’s very nature as a challenging game means that a lot of people try to hack the game, and it’s only becoming more popular to do so over time. When you get banned from a game like Rust, you’ll typically have to buy another copy of the game and use a different account, and this is becoming easier and easier.

That’s because Rust is going on sale more frequently than ever as the game gets older, since that’s a natural part of a game’s lifespan. You can even find great deals on Rust CD keys at grey market resellers, meaning that you don’t even have to wait for a Steam sale to get the game for a good price.
This means that you can be a little more aggressive with your Rust hacks if you don’t mind having to pay for the game a few times since you’re expecting to get caught. Keep in mind that if you’re going to be aggressive with your cheats, it’s usually a good idea to invest in an HWID spoofer so you don’t end up getting hardware banned.

Rust has a few different methods of detecting cheaters, and since most of the servers on the game are run by admins and moderators, they tend to be the first line of defence. If they end up noticing that you’re playing the game suspiciously, then they won’t hesitate to ban you from their server right away.

However, along with this kind of community moderation, you’ll also run into more automated hack defense systems in Rust, run by Easy Anti-Cheat. This is one of the big two off-the-shelf anti-cheat companies, along with BattlEye, and EAC tends to be more of a deterrent to hackers than anything.

As with other anti-cheat programs, EAC is pretty bad at catching state of the art cheats, so you typically won’t have to worry about automated bans when you’re using our hacks. However, EAC will catch players who are blatantly cheating and it is also responsible for administering hardware bans.

As long as you take the proper precautions when you’re using your Rust cheats, then you won’t have to worry about getting yourself banned. Just respect the game’s anti-cheat programs and be ready for moderators and admins to question the legitimacy of your gameplay if you’re using some obvious hacks.

Choosing the Correct Rust Hack for Your Playing Style

We understand that you may be excited to start hacking in your favorite game, but please take the time to consider what kind of hacks will work best for you when you’re playing Rust. We offer such a wide range of cheats for Rust because there is an equally wide range of players and play styles.

If you don’t pick the right hacks for your play style, then you may find that you ended up wasting your money on hacks that don’t feel quite right. This is especially true in a game like Rust where you can essentially play it any way you want to. For example, you can spend your time harvesting resources or you can be a raider who takes them from other players.

If you like engaging in PvP activities, then you’ll be better served by a cheat pack that contains things like an effective aimbot and even helicopter aimbot Rust cheats. Our PvP packs also contain things like ESPs that you can use to track down enemies so you can easily steal their supplies.

On the other hand, if you’re not a big fan of engaging enemies and getting into gunfights with them, then you should focus on cheats that are a little less combat-oriented. For example, a loot ESP can show you where you can find all of the scrap chests and resource nodes on Rust’s randomly generated maps.

You can even use mobility mods like flyhacks and Spiderman mods so you can make your way around the map with ease, even if you’re not trying to engage any enemies while you do it. The game’s versatility is one of the best things about Rust, and this creates a versatile arsenal of cheats to choose from.

Another thing that you’ll want to account for is whether you’re looking to use internal Rust cheats or external Rust hacks. An external cheat will be easier to develop and harder to detect, but the issue with a hack like this is that it uses an overlay to interact with your game, making things like aimbots laggy.

On the other hand, internal cheats tend to be rarer and more expensive, but they offer improved performance compared to external cheats. These hacks allow you to use aimbots to their full potential without having to account for things like lag or other issues that may make your hacks harder to use.

Aimbot Cheats for Rust

A Rust aimbot is a hack that allows you to instantly improve your reaction time, making it so that you can engage targets more effectively without having to train your aim. As with any other shooter game, getting better at aiming at and engaging targets is one of the hardest skill sets to develop.

You can spend hundreds of hours trying to perfect your aim in Rust, and this is arguably a worse use of your time than working for a couple of hours so you can afford a set of Rust cheats with an aimbot. There’s also the fact that an aimbot will typically be far more effective at aiming at targets than even the best trained player would.

Aimbots typically function through the use of an aimbot key that you have to press so that your aim automatically snaps to one of the targets within the aimbot’s field of view. You can manually configure the FOV in which your aimbot operates to ensure that you don’t end up pulling off some insane 180-degree shots that might seem suspicious.
Other features that you can adjust so that your aimbot is less suspicious include the aimbot smoothness setting, which ensures that your aim looks smoother and more human. While this will slow down your aimbot a little bit, it will also make you far less likely to get banned by player reports.

You can even configure what part of your enemy’s body your Rust aimbot locks on to, so you can hit someone in the chest or in the head so that you can kill them as quickly as possible. If you want to make it less obvious that you’re hacking, you can alternate the bone that the aimbot locks on to.

When you’re configuring your aimbot, be sure to take a look at the various settings that you have at your disposal so that you can improve your aimbot’s performance and make it look as human as possible. Knowing more about your aimbot will make you more likely to get away with using it.

A guide to Rust Wallhack and ESP Configurations

A Rust wall hack, also known as a Rust ESP, is a cheat that allows you to see through walls. Exactly what you can see through walls depends on the kind of ESP you’re using, but they are traditionally used to display the positions of enemies through walls so you can track them down.

Of course, ESPs can also be used defensively when you’re first getting started with the game so you can avoid more dangerous players who will try to hunt you down and take your resources. ESPs are especially helpful if you’re trying to remain stealthy at night and you don’t want to light a torch.
Another kind of ESP that is particularly helpful in Rust is the item ESP, which allows you to keep track of the locations of scrap stashes and resource nodes. These will ensure that you can accumulate as many resources as early on in the game as possible, allowing you to build up your base.

This kind of head start will allow you to get the crucial edge on your competitors so you can end up getting the most powerful technology before they do. ESPs can even show you detailed information about loot and other players so you can decide whether or not you want to move in that direction or not.

Optional settings allow you to configure how your ESP looks, with some allowing you to toggle between different modes of displaying your enemies. For example, the boxes setting displays your enemies as hitboxes while the bones setting will show your enemies as skeletons moving around the map.

Radar Hack for Rust

Rust is a game all about information, and knowing your enemy’s position is extremely important. That’s why ESPs are so popular. However, to supplement ESPs, you’ll also find Rust radar hacks that create a small radar display on your screen so that you can easily observe the movements of your enemies.

Radar hacks can be configured in a wide range of ways, from changing the shape of the display to altering the scale on which it displays your opponents. By turning up the scale of your radar hack, you’ll be able to see enemies further away, and by turning it down, you’ll have a better idea of their exact positions.

You can also get your radar hack to display the positions of your allies, even if they don’t have the box ticked to display their locations on the map, and you can also find resource stashes using them. Radar hacks are versatile tools, and if you have an external radar, then it’s nearly undetectable by anti-cheat programs.

Rust Hacks, Why Do People Use Them?

If you ask a million different gamers why they use cheats, you’ll get a million different answers to the question. For example, some people like to hack Rust because they enjoy feeling more powerful than other players. After all, when you’re cheating, it’s like you’re a god facing a bunch of mortals.

More so than other games, Rust has a wide variety of cheats that simply let you have more fun than people playing the game legitimately. You don’t even have to grief people if you want to have a good time playing Rust with cheats, since you can use things like the Spiderman mod just to bounce off the walls of player structures.

The thing about Rust is that most servers feature regular wipes, and this game takes a lot of time and effort to progress through. The unfortunate thing is that a lot of the game’s players don’t have time to get far enough into the game before their server ends up getting wiped.

If you don’t want to dedicate your whole existence to a game like Rust, then you may want to use cheats to give you the competitive advantage so that you can advance further in the game. If you’re using cheats, you’ll find it far easier to get to the helicopter so you can start raiding the game’s notorious rigs.

Whether you want to go into a public server and grief a bunch of players or if you want to have a good time on a private server with some of your friends testing out cheats, there’s a reason for everyone to cheat Rust. We hope that this part of our guide has helped you figure out your reason.

Exclusive Rust Hacks from 

One of the most common questions that people ask us is what separates our Rust cheats from those offered by the competition. The first thing to note is that our cheats tend to be more affordable than competing hacks, allowing far more gamers to access them without having to run their bank accounts dry.

Even though our cheats are affordable, however, we don’t believe in sacrificing the quality of our hacks to lower the price. We believe in offering our clients good value for their money coupled with astounding service that will keep them coming back for more cheats for every one of their favorite games.

Another thing to account for is the fact that we actually care about our customers, unlike other cheat sites that only see their clients as numbers. We take the time to interact with our clients to ensure that they get the best cheats for their needs and that they don’t end up getting banned due to database updates.

Our hand picked Rust Hacks

Rust Hacks, Aimbot, Norecoil, ESP, Wall Hacks & More

Rust: Posh Hack

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Windows 10 (build 1903,1909,2004,20H2)
HWID Locked


  • Boxes
  • Bones
  • Health
  • Sleepers
  • Loot
  • Color palettes


  • FOV
  • Aim Key
  • Prediction
  • Distance
  • Aim bone

Special Options

  • No recoil
  • No spread
  • Spiderman mod
  • Skinchanger
  • Always day

Rust: Classic Hack

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Windows 10 (build 1903,1909,2004,20H2)
HWID Locked


  • Boxes
  • Health
  • Name
  • Distance
  • Resources
  • Items


  • FOV
  • Smooth
  • Prediction
  • Distance

Special Options

  • No recoil
  • Spiderman mod

Rust: Intel Hack

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Windows 10 (build 1903,1909,2004,20H2)
Intel CPU Only
Virtualization must be enabled
HWID Locked


  • Boxes
  • Distance
  • Health
  • Animals
  • loot & Items
  • Team/friendly check
  • Visibility checks


  • FOV
  • Smooth
  • Helicopter Aimbot
  • Aimbot key selector
  • Aim bone selector
  • Visibility checks
  • Silent aim
  • Lock target
  • Switch target after kill

Special Options

  • Radar
  • Bullet speed multiplier
  • Ne recoil
  • No spread
  • No sway
  • Thick/wide bullet
  • Instant Eoka
  • Spider-man mode
  • Admin flag
  • No fall damage
  • Always day
  • Bright Caves
  • Silent farm
  • Fly Hack
  • Auto Collect
  • Instant Heal
  • Auto close doors
  • Silent melee
  • Instant revive
  • Gravity modifier

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What are the differences between the hacks?
Each hack is different because they are all put together by different teams of people. This means that each development team has different priorities when they’re putting together hack sets. Where one team may focus on improving aimbot performance, another hack team may try to optimize their pack for a variety of different systems.
Q2. What is Aimbot smoothness?
Aimbot smoothness was developed to ensure that your aimbot looks less suspicious and more like a person. This is because the vast majority of people who get banned for using an aimbot do so because they were manually reported. If someone looks at your gameplay and notices that it looks suspicious, you’ll likely get reported for hacking over and over again.

Q3. What is Radar Hack?
Radar hacks are also known as map hacks and they allow you to see where all of your enemies are located on either the in-game map or on an overlay that’s placed on your screen like a minimap. These cheats can also be used to detect your allies as well as any resource nodes on the map.
Q4. What is No Recoil hack?
No recoil cheats allow you to control your weapon more easily because they eliminate the recoil that you experience every time you fire a gun. This allows you to make follow up shots more accurately and to use more of the weapons in the game effectively because you won’t have to be worried about their poor recoil characteristics.
Q5. Are Rust hacks safe to use?
Our Rust hacks are some of the safest cheats you’ll find on the market because of how diligent we are about ensuring that our hacks don’t get detected. All of the Rust hacks that we sell are currently undetected, and if one of the cheats gets discovered by anti-cheat, then we’ll take it off the market immediately. We’ll even send you an email to let you know that your cheats have been found out.
Q6. What happens if I get banned using your cheats?
You typically won’t get banned using our cheats unless you make it plain to the other players on your Rust server that you’re using cheats. However, if you end up getting banned, for any reason, that responsibility is entirely yours since you’re the one who decided to use cheats. We take no responsibility for player accounts being banned using our cheats.

Q7. Where can I download the Rust cheat loader?
The Rust cheat loader is not available to the public, but you can gain access to it by purchasing one of the many cheat packs that we offer for this game. Once you make your purchase, we’ll send you an email containing the details of your order as well as a link that you can use to download the Rust hack loader.
Q8. Do you offer customer service?
Yes, we offer customer service to every one of our clients, and our customer support division has been trained to help with many different situations that you can expect to run into while using our hacks. Whether you’re having technical trouble or if you’d just like to know the difference between two sets of hacks, we’re here to help.
Q9. What is Hwid locked loader?
HWID locked loaders allow us to ensure that people who purchase our cheats can’t spread them around the community without our permission. In the past, it was common for people to resell the cheats that they purchased since the loaders weren’t HWID locked, but that’s unfortunately not healthy for our business.

A9. HWID locked loader does not allow you to use the same cheat across different devices. By activating the serial key in the Hack’s loader, you can lock your cheat on your PC. Thus, sharing the cheat on another device will cause an error. This maintains the privacy of our cheats and prevents players from sharing them with their friends.
Q10. Do I need a hwid spoofer?
While you don’t necessarily need an HWID spoofer to use our hacks, we’d highly recommend getting your hands on one if you don’t want to end up getting hardware banned. A hardware ban would mean that you’re unable to use your PC to ever play Rust again.

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