Private CS:GO Cheat Features:
Static-Ware Private CS:GO Cheat has many features to serve every cheater out there. Aimbot, wallhack, radar cheats and much more is included, as well as savable configs for different game styles. Works on all Windows versions (XP, Vista, 7, 8 & 10.)
- Aimbot: FOV, BestHit, smooth, hit spot etc.
- TriggerBot: Auto fire, trigger key, draw fov.
- ESP Hack: Show distance, name, weapon, rank and more.
- Config Settings: Save, load and change your hack settings as well as menu theme colors.
- Radar Hack: Sound feature, radar size, show players.
- Miscellaneous: AWP aim, bunny hop, No Flash.
And much more!
Static-Wares private CS GO hacks include two files. The StaticInjector will inject the Staticware.dll (hack) into CS:GO. The dll file is the actual hack, the exe is what you will need start for the hack to work.
How To Use:
- Start Counter Strike Global Offensive
- Tab out from CS GO and start "StaticInjector"
- Go back to the game and click INS to open the hack menu
Make sure you keep both the injector and the hack in the same folder, or your hack won't work.
We suggest that you go through all the tabs thoroughly to understand how it all works. Many people ask the question "I can't get my aimbot to work", when they have simply missed to check the "active" box on the aimbot tab.
Your hack settings can be saved and edited with notepad, simply open the settings.ini file that comes with the hack. Make sure you know what you're doing before tampering with it. If the settings file gets screwed up, simply delete it and the hack will auto-generate a new one the next time you use it.
You can also save several configs, like "legitplay.ini" and "rageplay.ini" for different modes. Then you just load them via the config tab in the hack menu, as simple as that.
Our private CSGO hack bypasses many of the anti-cheats out there for CS:GO.
- VAC (Valve Anti-Cheat)
- OW (Overwatch)
- MM (CSGO Matchmaking)
- CEVO (Cyber Evolution)
- CSPL (Cyber Sport Professional League)
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