Dragon Quest Heroes II Cheats Give You Infinite Health, Mana, And Gold
Dragon Quest Heroes II Cheats
(Last Updated On: April 28, 2017)

Some new cheats have popped up for Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Heroes II, which is currently available for the PS3, PS Vita, PS4, Nintendo Switch and most recently on Steam for PC. Gamers can hack and slash their way through the new title, taking on monsters and bosses alike in a fantasy world with larger than life quests to complete. If you don’t have the skill, time or patience to play through the game the way it was intended, or if you just want to goof around and cheat to your heart’s content, you can do so thanks to some new cheat trainers made available for the PC version of Dragon Quest Heroes II.

The first trainer features eight cheats and can be downloaded right now from over on the WeMod trainer page.

The eight cheats include the following:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Easy Kills
  • Kill All Enemies
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Full Tension
  • Unlimited Gold
  • Unlimited Skill Points
  • Unlimited XP

The cheats pretty much do exactly what they say they do. You need to kill all enemies like all those SJW feminist want to #KillAllMen? Well, you activate that bad boy and you’ll be committing monster genocide like the Cultural Marxists want to commit “patriarchal” genocide.

There’s also a free trainer that you can download over on the Mr. Antifun page.

However, the Mr. Antifun trainer only has five cheats, and while it covers the infinite health, infinite mana, infinite tension and infinite gold so you can buy whatever you want as if you were Donald J. Trump who won the galactic god emperor elections, it does lack the unlimited skill points cheat and the easy kill cheats.

  • Inf.Health
  • Inf.Mana
  • Inf.Tension
  • Inf.Gold
  • Mega Exp

Dragon Quest Heroes II is available right now for home consoles and PC. The PC version of the game is getting some good review feedback from actual, real gamers. Majority of the people seem to feel the PC port is done decently enough, especially since Square is asking for $59.99.

You can grab the cheat trainers right now, or if you’re interested in the game it’s available from local retailers and online e-tailers alike.

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