One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition has landed on the newer consoles and PC, and with its release there has been the inevitable construction of cheat trainers in order to help people who were born with the less-than-fortune ailment of being noobs. Because of this, the cheats are available to help you get through levels and overcome challenges that other, more skilled gamers can breeze through with ease.
The cheats available in the trainer aren’t many, but you can download the trainer right now from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The cheat trainer includes:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Gauge
- Infinite Money
The first cheat makes it so you don’t die on the battlefield. The second cheat is so you can keep spamming your special abilities. And the third cheat is so you don’t have to grind for money the way blue collar proletariats have to grind for money in real life. I’m sure many of you would love to have an infinite money cheat in real life? Well, too bad. There’s definitely infinite money-zapping cheats in real life… such as child support, alimony and taxes.
Anyway, the cheats should help you out when you get stuck in a bind in the game. There are no special requirements to use the trainer, so presumably you just pop it open after you start the game and turn on the cheats you need when you need them.
As you can see, One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition is filled with character plot. Lots of it. Big plot points… for sure.
The adventure beat-’em-up title comes with all of the previously released DLC in a full package. That means you get the base game and more than 50 DLC packs that released during the time when the game was racking up coins in Bandai Namco’s coffers.
The game also includes the new Battle Coliseum Mode, and the all new character and boss created by Eichiiro Oda.
You can pick up One Piece: Unlimited World Red for PS4, Nintendo Switch or PC right now.
Also, this game features online multiplayer… so always cheat responsibly.
Cheating irresponsibly will end up getting your account VAC banned, which is the equivalent of your wife finding photos of you with that trap you just couldn’t keep your eyes off of, which will inevitably lead her to question “Are traps gay?”
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