Carmageddon Max Damage Cheats Enable Infinite Money, God Mode
(Last Updated On: November 18, 2016)

U&I Entertainment and Stainless Games’ Carmageddon: Max Damage is out and available on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and has offered gamers a new style of gameplay to experience for this gen, sporting bloody good combat and gory pedestrian mutilation through motorized death machines. Gamers in the mood to skip through some of the grind of playing through the levels will find that there are some cheats available to help ease the process of winning rounds and killing the opposition.

There are two different trainers available from two different sources. Mr. Antifun has a trainer offering three different cheats: the ability to add infinite money to your account so you can purchase whatever you need and complete money challenges without a problem. There’s an infinite timer, so levels and races that are timer based can be completed without worrying about running out of time. And then there’s the ability to freeze opponents, which makes it easy to track down foes during deathmatch rounds or leave them in the dust during races.

MegaDev also has a cheat trainer available for download, but the good cheats are only available for premium members.

There’s a huge list of different cheats available from MegaDev, including limiting the speed of opponents, capturing a human car, boosting the timer, activating god mode for all the cars, disabling god mode for all the cars, killing a person on the map, or giving $10,000 or $100,000 instantly.

The cheats are only available for the PC version of Carmageddon: Max Damage, so you PS4 and Xbox One owners are fresh out of luck when it comes to cheesing your way to the finish line.

Nevertheless, the game is available right now from participating retailers and e-tailer distributors. Be mindful of using the cheat trainers if you plan on playing online, because most other players don’t want to have to deal with an out-and-out cheater. That’s not to mention that you’ll be ripe and ready for a VAT ban if you get caught.

The game sports single-player modes, online and offline multiplayer and plenty of gore, gibs, carnage and cars. You can learn more by checking out the official website.

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