LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Cheats Enable God Mode, Infinite Money
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Cheats
(Last Updated On: November 20, 2017)

Warner Bros., and TT Games’ LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is available across a number of gaming platforms, but if you’re interested in cheating your way across the title there are some cheats available right now.

You can download the first cheat trainer from over on

The trainer comes in a couple of different forms with various cheats that enable you to take full advantage of the game’s many properties.

For instance, you can use the trainer to add 10,000 money every time you use the cheat. You can repeatedly use it to gain infinite amounts of money with just a few button presses.

Another cheat includes 10,000 bricks for every button press. This will make it so that each time you press the button you get 10,000 mission stones.

If accruing bricks isn’t a problem but utilizing your super attacks are, there’s actually a cheat to add infinite super attacks. You’ll be able to repeatedly utilize your super attacks over and over again for as much as you want.

Now if specials, money and bricks aren’t a problem for you but staying alive is, there’s a god mode cheat you can enable. It’s a classic mode that makes you immortal. So long as the damage you receive does not exceed the total sum of your health, you don’t have to worry about dying.

Last but not least is being able to freeze the timer. This cheat is perfect for time-based missions, or if you just want to mess around and avoid running out of time, giving you and a buddy ample amounts of time to explore and venture about each of the levels.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is available right now for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, but the cheat trainers are only available on PC. You shouldn’t have to worry about VAC bans since the game is co-op for the most part, but you may want to avoid going into the arena modes with the god mode activated.

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