Ride 2 Cheats Let You Freeze Opponents, Gain Infinite Money
Ride 2

A simple set of cheats have been made available for Milestone S.R.L’s Ride 2, the multi-discipline racing game featuring dirt bikes, street bikes and grand prix bikes.

The cheats come available courtesy of Mr. Antifun. Would you expect otherwise at this point? There are only three cheats available for Ride 2, including the ability to freeze opponents so that they can’t move or even provide any kind of competition for you while you tear up the track on your two-wheeler. The second cheat allows you to freeze the timer so when you’re doing time trials you don’t have to worry about being caught by the timer and being left to rely on actual skill. The third cheat is the one most people will probably use indiscriminately, as they boost up their own worth with infinite credits.

The cheats are pretty bare bones but they’re enough to get you started and net you some wins with very little effort. There are two notes about the cheats, however. The first is that you need to first activate the money cheat and then go into the bike customization before you’ll be able to make use of the infinite credits. Second, if you want to freeze opponents you cannot activate it at the start of the race… you’ll need to wait until 20 seconds or so into the race before activating the cheat.

You can download the simple cheat trainer for Ride 2 from the Mr. Antifun download thread.

Ride 2 is currently available right now for Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and the game has actually received some fairly positive reviews due to being a nice step up from the original Ride. There are more than 170 bikes in the game, the ability to customize each bike from the engine to the transmission to the wheels to the aesthetics and livery. 12 game modes, 30 tracks and 1200 different parts have managed to keep plenty of gamers busy.

You can pick up a digital or physical copy of Ride 2 for $49.99. For more info, feel free to visit the official website.


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