Torment: Tides of Numenera entered Early Access in late January of last year and a lot of gamers have been having a blast with it. Meanwhile, cheat trainer makers have been putting in time and energy with keeping their cheats up to date with the latest versions of inXile Entertainment’s CRPG.
The first cheat trainer features infinite party stats and infinite money. In order to activate the cheats you first have to start a game world, then open the trainer. From there, simply activate the infinite party stats to give your party members infinite stats. For the infinite money you have to open your inventory before you activate the cheat. After you inventory has been opened then you can activate the cheat and you will have infinite money. You can download the cheat trainer for Torment: Tides of Numenera from the Mr. Antifun download page.
There’s also a second trainer available for a premium price. You can purchase the trainer from over on Cheat Happens.
The premium trainer for Torment: Tides of Numenera may have a price on its head but it also offers a lot more functionality following the latest patch for Torment. You can check out the cheats that it grants you access to with the list below.
- Add Might
- Add Speed
- Add Intelligence
- Add Health
- Add XP
- Add Shins Money
- Heal Unit
- Low Health
Those could be some useful things to employ while adventuring, no doubt. Find yourself getting owned up in some strange otherworld and you’re at risk of becoming human cannibal meet for an overseer? Slap some might on your party and keep on going. Having a hard time in a fight and it seems like you just can’t beat some annoying piece of crap that just won’t die? Well, slap some low health on him and call it a day.
Torment: Tides of Numenera is available right now, exclusively on PC. You can pick up a digital copy of the game for only $44.99. It’s a premium made title that was Kickstarted to success. It’s been reviewed very positively by the gaming community and is considered both an advancement and an homage to the original isometric CRPGs from the late 1990s and early 2000s.
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