Redbeet Interactive and Axolot Games, the same minds behind Scrap Mechanic, rolled out their survival sea game, Raft. The Early Access title puts players in the role of survivors attempting to survive on nothing but a raft. It should go without saying that Raft certainly isn’t the easiest of survival games out there given the limited amount of resources afforded to players and the rather stringent conditions in which they are tasked with surviving. Luckily for players who decided not to leave fate to chance, there are some cheats to help make sure that you survive no matter what perilous odds are stacked against you and your pathetic little raft.
You can grab a free and premium cheat trainer for Raft by downloading it from Megadev.info.
The cheat trainer contains the following cheat options:
- Unlimited Oxygen
- No Hunger
- Make Player Thirsty
- Make Player Hungry
- God Mode
- Unlimited Item Durability
- +5 Items On Slot-Drag
- Low Health
- +20 Items On Slot-Drag
- Ignore Crafting Requirements
The 12 cheats mostly give you something useful to utilize in your journey of survival, save for the ability to make your player hungry and thirsty. I have no idea why you would want to make your character hungry or thirsty. Perhaps maybe if you get jammed in a rock on an island or something and after getting stuck in the geometry you need a cheat to bring you near death in order to help you escape? I don’t know what the use would be for those two cheats, but for everything else I can definitely see the use in them… especially the unlimited oxygen cheat. Not having to rely on coming up for air will make the deep-dives so much easier for you.
The game allows you to play either solo or in multiplayer co-op play with a friend. You’ll need to scavenge for supplies, gather crafting material, expand your raft, research for new gear, and hunt sea creatures for food.
Since the game is in Early Access some players are a bit annoyed that it seems the only major enemy in the game so far are sharks. However, expect Axolot to expand on the enemy variety at some point in the future. You can learn more about Raft by visiting the Steam store page, where it’s currently available for $19.99.
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