This version of the Wurst Hacked Client is available for Minecraft 1.20.2 and 1.20.1, as well as snapshots 23w45a, 23w44a, 23w43a and 23w42a.
✔ This version is safe from the Log4Shell exploit.
X-Ray now shows decorated pots and crafters by default in Minecraft 23w42a and later versions. (Remember to reset your X-Ray list when updating from an older version.)
Replaced the “Filter animals” setting with “Filter passive mobs”. This new filter will no longer include wolves, bees, polar bears, and pufferfish, since they are not really passive. It’s otherwise identical to the old animal filter.
Replaced the “Filter monsters” setting with “Filter hostile mobs”. This new filter will no longer include endermen, non-brute piglins, and zombified piglins, since they are not really hostile. It’s otherwise identical to the old monster filter.
Added a “Filter neutral mobs” setting. This new filter has a third option that detects when the neutral mobs are aggressive and filters them out only while they’re peaceful.
Replaced the “Filter pigmen” setting with “Filter zombie piglins”. This new filter has the same third option to detect when the zombified piglins are aggressive.
Added a “Filter piglins” setting to filter out regular piglins (except for brutes). This filter has the same third option to detect when the piglins are aggressive.
Added a third option to the “Filter endermen” setting to detect when they are aggressive.
Added a “Filter bats” setting that filters out bats and any other ambient mobs that might be added by other mods.
Added a “Filter passive water mobs” setting that filters out most fish, as well as squids, dolphins and axolotls. Dangerous aquatic mobs like guardians, drowned, and pufferfish are not included.
The “Filter babies” setting now includes tadpoles.
Updated the “Filter babies” setting’s description to clarify that it doesn’t affect baby zombies and other hostile baby mobs.
The “Filter golems” setting no longer includes shulkers, since nobody other than Mojang thinks of shulkers as a type of golem.
Added a separate “Filter shulkers” setting.
Renamed the “Filter traders” setting to “Filter villagers”.
Added a “Filter zombie villagers” setting.
Added a “Filter slimes” setting (does not include magma cubes).
Added more MobESP settings to filter out hostile mobs, neutral mobs, passive mobs, passive water mobs, bats, slimes, pets, villagers, zombie villagers, golems, piglins, zombie piglins, endermen, shulkers, allays, and armor stands.
MobESP can now show armor stands, if enabled in the settings.
Fixed KillauraLegit attacking through blocks.
Features in this release
Hacks, Cheats, and Mods: (click to expand)
Chat Commands: (click to expand)
Other Features: (click to expand)
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GUIs and how to open them
Wurst has more than just one GUI. You can choose whichever one you like best.
ClickGUI: (click to expand)
ClickGUI opens with the Right CTRL key. When opened, it displays a window for each category, which then contains a list of every feature in that category.
Navigator: (click to expand)
Navigator opens with the Right Shift key. When opened, it displays a searchable list of every feature in Wurst.
TabGUI: (click to expand)
TabGUI does not have a default keybind. You can enable it by opening the Navigator GUI and searching for "TabGUI" (don't worry, you only need to do this once).
Once enabled, you can use TabGUI with the Arrow Keys to change the selection and Enter to toggle the selected feature.
All keybinds can be changed in-game. Go to Wurst Options > Keybinds or type
.help binds in the chat.
Default Keybinds: (click to expand)
- B -> FastPlace;FastBreak
- C -> Fullbright
- G -> Flight
- Ö -> SpeedNuker
- H -> /home
- J -> Jesus
- K -> MultiAura
- N -> Nuker
- R -> Killaura
- Right CTRL -> ClickGUI
- Right Shift -> Navigator
- U -> Freecam
- X -> X-Ray
- Z -> Sneak
Supported Languages: (click to expand)
- Chinese (Simplified/Mainland)
- Chinese (Traditional/Taiwan)
- Chinese (Cantonese/Hong Kong)
- English (US)
Install Fabric (Loader).
Add Fabric (API) to your mods folder.
Add Wurst to your mods folder.
If you need more details or run into problems, check this tutorial.
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