An “ESP” in gaming stands for “Extra Sensory Perception” or “Enemy/Spatial Positioning”. In the context of games like Escape from Tarkov, an ESP cheat typically refers to a feature that provides players with additional information about their surroundings, including the location of other players, items, or objects on the map.

In Escape from Tarkov, an ESP cheat might display the positions of other players on the screen, even if they are not in direct line of sight. This can give players using the cheat a significant advantage by allowing them to anticipate enemy movements and plan their strategies accordingly.

We can explain each of these features commonly associated with ESP (Extra Sensory Perception) cheats in gaming:

  1. Customizable Boxes: Similarly to the icon, this feature allows customization of the appearance of boxes drawn around objects or players on the screen. Users can adjust the size, color, transparency, and other visual aspects of these boxes.
  2. Name: Displays the name of the player or object. It may include customization options such as font size, color, and style.
  3. Health Snapline: A visual line or indicator that extends from the player or object’s position to display their health status.
  4. Distance: Displays the distance between the player’s character and the object or player being targeted.
  5. Skeleton: Draws a skeletal structure outline over the player’s character model, making it easier to track their movements.
  6. Weapon: Displays the weapon currently equipped by the player or object.
  7. Level: Shows the level or rank of the player or object.
  8. Inventory Worth: Displays the estimated value of the player’s inventory.
  9. K/D (Kill/Death Ratio): Shows the player’s kill-to-death ratio.
  10. Inventory: Displays the contents of the player’s inventory.
  11. Dynamic Alpha: Adjusts the transparency or visibility of the ESP elements dynamically based on factors such as distance or line of sight.
  12. Show Team: Filters out or highlights objects or players based on team affiliation or alliance.
  13. Corpse ESP: Displays ESP elements for deceased players or objects.
  14. Corpse Inventory: Shows the contents of the inventory of deceased players or objects.
  15. Maximum Distance: Sets a maximum range at which the ESP will detect and display objects or players.