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Rust: How To Use RF To Detonate C4

Want to learn how to remotely detonate C4 using RF tech in Rust? Look no further as we explain how right here.
Rust: How To Use RF To Detonate C4

Rust players constantly seek new and innovative ways to gain an edge over their rivals. One of the recent developments in the game is the ability to detonate C4 remotely using RF technology. This game-changing feature can be incredibly useful when used correctly, allowing you to set traps, create self-destruct systems, and more.

However, if you want to use the RF broadcaster to detonate C4 in Rust effectively, you need to understand how it works and the limitations that come with it. This guide will show you how to enable RF, deploy C4, and detonate multiple charges simultaneously. If you follow these simple steps, you can use RF C4 in Rust to your advantage and dominate the game.

How To Detonate C4 In Rust Using RF Broadcaster

You will first need to enable RF for your crafted C4 in Rust. To do this, select your C4 and click "Enable RF." This will allow you to use RF technology to detonate your C4 remotely. Then, to fire it remotely, you will have to have a frequency assigned to the C4. Once RF is enabled, set the desired frequency for your C4. This can be done for a stack of C4 or individually. Setting a frequency will help you to avoid interference from other players who might also be using RF technology.

Now that you have set the frequency, you can deploy your C4. At this stage, you should see a green light instead of a red one on the device. After a 10-second delay, the bleeping will stop, and you can detonate it from anywhere at your discretion. You can detonate multiple C4 simultaneously, which can be useful for controlled demolition, traps, or even self-destruct systems. Furthermore, a free minicopter strapped with RF C4 can make excellent bait for your foes.


There are a few things to note when using RF C4 in Rust. First, anyone can pick up a deployed C4 set this way with a 5-second delay, but this is only possible after the initial 10-second setup. So do not take too long with your plans, as you may find your C4 missing or exploding elsewhere. Also, any C4 placed outside of your building zone will decay within 24 hours. And finally, changing the frequency of detonators and RF broadcasters damages them slightly.

And that's all. We hope you enjoyed the guide on how to get and use RF C4 in Rust. Once mastered, RF C4 can be a game changer for yourself and your unlucky enemies. For guides on Rust, stick around as we guide you going forward. All images featured in this guide are courtesy of YouTube / Shadfrax.

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