Prior to engaging with the STRIKE (EFT) cheat, it is imperative to ensure that both your Antivirus software (whether external or Windows Defender) and Firewall are deactivated to prevent any interference during usage.

System Requirements:

  • CPU: INTEL and AMD 
  • CHEAT ALL WINDOWS 10 & 11 VERSIONS 

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Features:

  • Player ESP Options : FULL RANGE ESP, Players, Scavs, and Player Scavsn, Name, Distance, Box, Skeleton, Snap Lines, Health, Visibility Check, Toggle PMC, SCAV, and AVAILABLE, Extraction Points, And Item
  • ESP Aimbot Options : Custom Bone [head, neck, body, arms, stomach], Custom aim smoothing [makes snap to target like a real player], Custom FOV size, Toggle FOV circle, No Recoil, And No Sway
  • MISC Options : Infinite Stamina, Loot through walls, Custom Crosshair, Custom ESP colors, And Toggle: FPS, TIME, RESOLUTION

Key Points to Consider:

  • The game should be launched either in WINDOW or BORDERLESS mode, with the use of a single screen configuration.
  • Ensure that the Item list (ALL) function is activated before selecting specific options related to items on the floor.

Step 1: Extract and launch the STRIKE (EFT) Loader with administrative privileges.

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Step 2: Upon opening the loader, a new window will appear. Proceed to enter the key provided by the store and click on the submit button.

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Once the status displays "Active Cheats," proceed to load the cheat by clicking on the designated button.

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*Upon initiating the loading process, wait for the injection procedure to commence. Once the message "Please launch the game" appears, move on to the subsequent step.

Step 4: Launch EFT, and upon reaching the game lobby, if the process has been successful, you should be able to access the menu by pressing the INSERT key on your keyboard. Navigate through the menu by clicking on the respective options to toggle between enabling or disabling features.

Additional Notes: It is recommended to toggle the Delete key on your keyboard before and after entering or exiting a raid to mitigate the risk of crashes during these transitions, especially on certain system configurations.