There are a collection of cheats available for SeithCG’s Ghost of a Tale. The game recently graduated from its Early Access run and launched in full, giving games on PC and Xbox One a 3D stealth adventure that’s slightly unlike a lot of other games out there. As a matter of fact, you could say that the game hearkens back to the old days of the original Splinter Cell trilogy on the OG Xbox and PC, where you actually have to think about how you plot and plod through the environment to avoid being spotted and apprehended by the large and menacing rats roaming through the halls, caves, and corridors of a medieval fantasy world.
The cheat trainer is available for individual acquisition from over on Cheat Happens.
The list of cheats available in the trainer can be viewed below:
- God Mode
- Infinite Stamina
- No Keys Needed
- Unlimited Ammo
- Toggle HUD
- Enemies Do Nothing
- Super Speed
The great part about this trainer is that since there is no multiplayer mode you don’t have to worry about being VAC banned, reported, or some slimy rat who thinks it his duty to rat you out for taking a few shortcuts to complete the game.
The cheats are all pretty much standard fare for Ghost of a Tale, though. You have the god mode so you don’t take any damage, the infinite stamina so you can run and perform a number of tasks without getting tired, and unlimited ammo for some of the items and weapons you acquire.
One of the more interesting cheats is the “no keys needed”, which essentially unlocks all of the doors in the game. I can easily imagine that being one of the most used and more popular cheats out of the bunch.
The cheats are designed to work with the latest version of the game, which launched to address a few of the launch woes that gamers complained about, including some of the animations of Tilo freezing after picking up a candle, or some of the saved games returning a compatibility error. The latest patch notes were posted up over on the Steam community thread, where a lot of minor (and a few major) bugs were addressed by the developers.
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