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Posted 02 January 2018 - 02:01 PM

Hello everyone,
 

♦ Many people are asking me how to bypass overwatch or something like that...
♠ So today i decided to give my method on this guide to help people to avoid getting overwatched:


Just follow these steps:

First of all, Be friendly to others!
Be friendly with both sides,chance of being reported will be less (I tried it, it works!).

AIMBOT (LegitBot):
1. Low FOV.
2. High Smoothing as possible while being accurate!.
3. Change bones for different rounds/weapons.
4. Don't use the Aimbot for every kill if you can kill enemy without it.
 
TRIGGERBOT:
1. Use a delay time between 0.2 - 0.3 seconds approximately.
2. Don't be obvious!.
3. Only use when necessary.
Visuals (ESP/WallHack ect...):
1. Don't look at the walls!.
2. If you need to locate enemies through the wall, bunny hopping with wide strafes so you can see through the walls 3. just enough.
4. Help your team by calling out positions to avoid raising suspicion on yourself from the enemy team.
5. Hold angles.
6. If an enemy is hiding, just walk past him like nothing is there!.
7. Never ever point your cross-hair at enemies through the wall.
8. Don't trace your enemies through the wall.

Miscellaneous:
BUNNYHOP:
1. Use it only when nobody is watching!
2. Don't Bunnyhop round the entire map.
CHATSPAM/CLANTAG:
1. You can enable the chatspam at end of the match & fast disconnect.
2. If enemies are hacking then turn on the ClanTag feature.

Skins:
1. SkinChanger,KnifeChanger & Gloves are Client-Sided aswell.
2. If you want to upload some pictures on your steam "like a picture for dlore", change the visibility from public to friends only (because many people are checking every enemy's steam profile if they knows that you're cheating of course u'll get reported).
 
 
Happy hacking, be safe!
 
-Thank you
@ExEnN

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Posted 02 January 2018 - 02:19 PM

Nice post. May be helpful for some (y)
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Posted 02 January 2018 - 02:36 PM

Nice post!

 

i would say Just use Commonsense !


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Posted 02 January 2018 - 04:28 PM

Tbh the rule of thumb to avoid overwatch is to obtain some gamesense before you start hacking your way up the ranking ladder. In that i mean, play without hacks, or at least without ESP/Wallhack a long time before you start using it. Learn the maps, learn the callouts, and learn the obvious rotation routes on each map. 

 

As a reply to OT:

 

 

. You can enable the chatspam at end of the match & fast disconnect.
 
Not much point in this. If the match gets sendt to OW with you as the suspect, the OWers are bound to pick it up regardless how fast you disconnect. As per "rules" in e.g. Overwatch Sunday on Reddit, You'll get banned for disruptive behaviour for advertising a hack if they don't have anything blatant to pin on you.
 

 

2. Don't Bunnyhop round the entire map.
 
Same as above. Doesn't matter if noone is speccing you in the match if the demo gets OWed with you as the suspect. 
 
 
Bottom line; be careful, always, and hack in moderation. 

Happy new year guys :)

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Posted 03 January 2018 - 07:59 PM

@Zlitz could you pls move this thread from Discussion to Guides & Releases?


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Posted 03 January 2018 - 08:03 PM

@Zlitz could you pls move this thread from Discussion to Guides & Releases?

Done (y)


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