PC gamers had to wait a couple of extra weeks to get their hands on Watch Dogs 2 from Ubisoft. For the people who didn’t spend their money on better games, there’s now the option to play Watch Dogs 2 with a nice selection of cheats that will open up some new opportunities to exploit the game from start to finish.
Premium cheats have appeared over on Cheat Happens for Watch Dogs 2. The trainer features seven cheats you can utilize in the game, including unlimited health so you never have to worry about dying during shootouts with gang member or when the in-game police are trying to recreate American police shootings.
You can check out the cheats below.
- Unlimited Health
- Add Money
- Add Followers
- Unlimited Ammo
- No Reload
- Unlimited Hack Power
- Max Hack Power Slots
The money cheat will be useful for buying new clothes, unlocking new weapons, buying new cars and upgrading some of your gear. Adding followers furthers the story along so you can access new missions, while unlimited ammo makes it convenient so that your favorite gun stays well stocked with ammunition.
Unlimited hacking power and max hack power slots means you can hack any and everything at all times without ever having to take a break. You’ll be like the Lawnmower Man in flesh.
The cheat works with both the retail version of Watch Dogs 2 and the Steam version of the game.
If you want to spruce up the game featuring hipsters hocked up on vengeance, you can grab the cheat trainer right now from over on Cheat Happens. As mentioned, this particular trainer is premium, so you’ll need to register for an account before you can download it.
There’s also another cheat trainer available, offering up six different cheats that you can utilize within Watch Dogs 2. You can check out the short list below.
- No Reload
- Mega Followers
The second trainer is free to download and you can grab it from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
Be mindful about cheating in Watch Dogs 2, though. The game features a seamless multiplayer component so either disable the multiplayer or disable the trainer when you do decide to play online against others, otherwise you’re likely in for a good VAT banning.
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