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    Rust - Exodus | Aimbot, ESP & MORE 🔥 Undetected ✅


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    Rust - Exodus

     

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    Features:

     

    Aimbot:

    Costum Key

    FOV

    Smooth

    Autoshot

    & more

     

    ESP:

    Traps

    Loot

    Chests

    Players

    Range

    & more

    Misc:

    Climb hack

    Force Auto

    Auto Heal

    Debug Camera

    & more

     

     

    Preview:

     

     

    What do I get after payment?

     

    You get this super powerful cheat, an HWID Spoofer and if

    you have problems you can contact our Staff team anytime!

    Don't be shy, we love to help our costumer to finish the job fast, that

    you can enjoy our product and hopefully buy again!

     

     

    Why should I buy Exodus?

     

    Exodus isn't only a cheat, it is a very complicated program, that bypasses

    any Anti Cheat! It detects automaticly if there is an new update and

    tells you that immediately! Its one of the best Cheats out there

    and it comes with a HWID Spoofer too! 

    So don't be afraid and test it, lead your friends

    to massive loot and honor!

     

    Can I get banned for this?

     

    Every cheat got the risk of getting banned, while our

    cheat have a very low banrate and if someone got banned

    only because it was manually done. The automatic Anti

    Cheat can't detect Exodus. Exodus got developed to stay hidden

    and disguise himself as another program.

     

     

     

     

    What is EAC?

     

     

    Easy Anti Cheat abbreviated to EAC, is an Anti-Cheat used in Multiplayer games.
    The tool was developed in 2006 and is used by different multiplayer server hosters in Team Fortress 2, Counter Strike, Counter Strike: Condition Zero, Counter Strike: Source, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Magica: Wizard Wars, Fortnite, Apex Legends, War of The Roses and War of The Vikings.
    The tool is also being used in higher population games such as: Rust & Fortnite. As required software to play the game.

    Over the years it got attention from big game companies such as Ubisoft, Xbox Game Studios, Crytek, Aeria Games and more.

     

     

    What is Rust?


    Rust is a multiplayer-only survival video game developed by Facepunch Studios. Rust was first released in early access in December 2013 and received its full release in February 2018. Rust is available on Microsoft Windows and macOS. Console versions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have been announced soon to release in May 2021.[1][2][3] Rust was initially created as a clone of DayZ, a popular mod for ARMA 2, with crafting elements akin to those in Minecraft.

    The objective of Rust is to survive in the wilderness using gathered or stolen materials. Players must successfully manage their hunger, thirst, and health, or risk dying. Despite the presence of hostile animals such as bears and wolves, the primary threat to the player is other players due to the game being solely multiplayer. Combat is accomplished through firearms and various weapons, such as bows. In addition, vehicles controlled by non-player characters will occasionally roam, attacking armed players. Rust features crafting, though initially limited until the discovery of specific items in the game's open world. To stay protected, players must build bases or join clans to improve their chance of survival. Raiding as a clan is a major aspect of Rust. Rust supports modded servers which can add additional content.

     

     

    What is a Aimbot?

     

     

    An aimbot is a multiplayer cheat which causes the cheating player to automatically center the opponent on the screen.

    Aimbots are considered unfair, as they enhance player aim abilities through an automated means to a level of accuracy that is not humanly executable. Also, they may provide means to locate opponents that are not normally visible (because the cheating player is able to automatically face the opponent, regardless of walls separating them or distance from one another).

     

    What are Cheats?

     

    Cheating in video games involves a video game player using various methods to create an advantage beyond normal gameplay, in order to make the game easier. Cheats may be activated from within the game itself (a cheat code implemented by the original game developers), or created by third-party software (a game trainer or debugger) or hardware (a cheat cartridge). They can also be realized by exploiting software bugs; this may or may not be considered cheating based on whether the bug is considered common knowledge

     

    How Rust got back online after its servers literally caught fire:

     

     

    When Rust producer Alistair McFarlane went to bed well past midnight, it seemed like a brief outage of Rust's European servers was annoying and abnormal, but not severe. The Facepunch team in the US would be able to periodically check on the problem and bring the servers back up as soon as they could. "These problems never last more than a few hours," McFarlane told PC Gamer in an email.

    Rust is one of the biggest PvP survival games, a mainstay of the genre and of Steam's most-played games list for years now. Each of the 24 servers that had gone down held nearly 10,000 people during peak hours, so more than a few players were inconvenienced.

    By the time McFarlane was awake at 7 am, his phone was flooded with messages about what had occurred overnight: A fire at an OVH datacenter had affected their servers. It couldn't be too bad, he figured. "Data centres these days are built to high standards with advanced fire suppression systems," said McFarlane. 

    When he got to his PC, however, he discovered that it was far worse than he'd imagined. A massive fire had gutted the Strasbourg data center hosting Rust's EU servers. 

    It was a fire so large that a pump boat was deployed to ensure enough water could flow to the local firefighters. They'd been fighting it through the night and were still pumping water onto the site the next morning. Nobody was injured, but potentially millions of websites were offline. 

     

    Gestures Update

     

    You can now express yourself with a new selection of gestures, available to everyone in a simple popup menu during gameplay. Just press B (by default) to open the menu and look at your options. These new gestures have been built to be used in first person, so you get nicely animated hand movements instead of just seeing your shadow gesture. This new system for gestures is a bit more flexible than the old system, and it already supports some future features like looping animations and third person gestures.
    A core goal of this new gesture system was reducing as much risk as possible when using them during tense gameplay. Gestures will now no longer unequip your weapon and can be cancelled at any point, with a small (~0.2s) delay before your weapon is fireable again. Feel free to wave at your victims when roof camping!
    Fun fact: these gestures are all left-handed because they were initially meant to be used while holding the weapon at the same time (which is generally in the right hand), however we felt it limited our future options for gestures - clapping with one hand is tricky.

    As we felt that the quality of the legacy gestures weren't up to scratch compared to these new animations, we've made the decision to remove support for playing the old gestures. You can however still bind these new gestures using the same commands/keybinds if you don't want to use the gesture wheel.

     

    Rust becomes most watched on Twitch thanks to OfflineTV and Egoland

     

    In 2020 we had our fair share of surprises on Twitch with games like Among Us, Fall Guys and Genshin Impact managing to make their way to the top of Twitch's most-watched list against the usual AAA heavy hitters. And in 2021 the pattern seems to be continuing with, if not long forgotten, certainly past its initial hype making a huge impact on the streaming platform.
    Rust, released in February 2018, is a survival-themed online multiplayer game, in which players are placed in a primitive world and must use the elements around them to build bases, weapons, collect food and materials, and work out a way to survive.
    Before this sudden uptick in viewership, the game went largely unnoticed compared to others with a small but steady fanbase giving it between 5,000 and 15,000 viewers peak viewers.
    However, the numbers have changed dramatically over the holiday season, with the game now having over 1.2 million viewers at the time of writing.
    Some may wonder what caused this game, which despite having a stable player base, did not achieve such a large number of live followers.
    As with past trends, this is all due to various famous content creators, who have created private servers for this title to share their experiences, fighting for survival, making and breaking alliances and battling for supremacy on the island.
    One of these servers was created by OfflineTV, the Los Angeles, California-based group of content creators that includes the likes of Scarra, Pokimane, LilyPichu, Disguised Toast, Yvonnie and Michael Reeves.

    In addition to them, other highly relevant content creators coexist within the server such as Corpse, Myth, shroud and xQc, who have brought with them their own considerable audiences.

    However, this hasn’t been without controversy, since in recent days there has been some tension between them due to the latent toxicity of the server, which has caused Valkyrae and Pokimane to take the decision to stop playing.

    To fix this, the OfflineTV team announced the creation of an alternate server, which will be more focused on roleplay with a bit of PvP, in a more controlled environment thanks to the help of the developers at Facepunch.

     

    Rust beginner’s guide: tips and tricks for getting started

    Rust can be an incredibly brutal game, definitely one of the hardest survival games out there. No one will spare you or show mercy so you need to know exactly what are you doing the very first moment you enter the game.
    Your only goal in Rust is quite simple: survive at any cost. In order to achieve that, you will need to protect your character both from the game's world and from other players. You will also need to keep your character hydrated, fed, and warm.
    To make sure that you are ahead of other players, good foundations and a proper start are crucial for later success on the server.
    Here's what you need to do when you drop into a server for the first time.
    When you start playing, your character will literally be dropped naked right into the game, with only a torch and a rock.
    First thing you will want to do is to use that rock and start smashing stones and trees in order to gather Stone and Wood. 
    Any tree in the game will give you Wood, but when it comes to stones, you will need to find a specific type of stone which is mineable, but they are mostly quite recognizable. They are usually big boulders with a shining spot on them which indicates that you can interact with them.

    As soon as you have enough, craft a Stone Hatchet and a Stone Pick Axe, your first two real tools. You can craft them through your Inventory, which you open by pressing the Tab button. You can now your rock from the inventory, you don't need it anymore.

    The Stone Hatchet and Stone Pick Axe will help you mine resources significantly faster which will save you time and reduce exposure to danger.

    Continue gathering Wood and Stone, as well as hemp plants, which will give you cloth, another crucial material for the early game. You will also want to kill any animal you see along the way, like boars and chickens which are fairly easy to kill, and they will provide you with meat necessary for staying alive. Additionally, you can collect various mushrooms and berries which are eatable as well. You can find some food in abandoned supermarkets and gas stations as well, but those are risky hotspot locations, which should generally be avoided in the early stages of the game.
    Now when you have your basic tools and some resources, you will need to set up your first base as soon as possible, because in Rust, if you are homeless, you are as good as dead.

    When starting a game of Rust everything you do should be dedicated to having your first house up and running as fast as possible.

    Find a proper location, which should be isolated and secluded from other players.

    To set up your first simple house and base, you will need to use crafting, and for that, from your inventory select the "Crafting" tab at the top of the screen.

    First things you will need to create are:

    A building plan, to build various structure elements, like walls and foundations)
    A hammer, which you will use to upgrade and repair structures.
    Tool cupboard
    Sleeping bag
    Wooden door
    Key lock
    These are the essential things which you will need in order to construct your first simple base in Rust.

    Once you have these, use the building plan to place square foundations. For the very first house, two will be enough, one next to the other connected.

    Then put square walls on 5 outer sides, and leave one for the doorway, where you will put your door, and on that door, put a lock. Finally, put two ceiling elements.

     

     

     

    How much does it cost?

     

    1 Day - 13.99$

                    1 Week - 69.99$ 49.99$

        1 Month - 99.99$

     

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