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1533970cookie-checkAshen Cheats Come With God Mode, Slow Motion, One-Hit Kills
23 December 2018
2.4 min read

Ashen Cheats Come With God Mode, Slow Motion, One-Hit Kills

The minimalist, post-apocalyptic Soulsborne game from A44 is currently out now for the Xbox One and on the Epic Games Store for PC. Ashen is the name of the game and so far a lot of Steam users are still butthurt over the timed exclusivity given to Epic Games. Nevertheless, if you already have a copy of the game and you want to give some cheats a go to make life a little easier for you in the ashen wasteland, there are some trainers available for download.

The first trainer can be acquire from over on MegaDev.Info.

The trainer contains some free and premium cheat options, which you can scope out below.

Refill Stamina

Refill Health

Low Health

Unlimited Stamina

Unlimited Scoria

The seven different cheats will all help you achieve maximum cheat-hood within Ashen, especially being able to refill your stats as they get low. In the game it uses a similar stamina meter as Dark Souls or The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, so as you swing and dodge and jump out of the way, the meter depletes. Being able to consistently refill it without having to worry about being left exposed to the enemy will surely come in handy for many newbs and veterans alike.

There’s also a second cheat trainer available for download from over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer is a premium trainer so that means that you’ll have to register and put down some coins to get your hands on it. But if you’re willing to take the financial plunge and put to coffer the coins for Cheat Happens’ offerings, you’ll be granted access to the following trainer options:

One Hit Kills

Infinite Health

Infinite Stamina

Change Quantity of Selected Item

Infinite Ally Health

Unlike the options from MegaDev, you have the one-hit kill option and the ability to either slow down the game or speed up your character. I imagine these cheats will be useful for those who want to get a little extra mileage out of the fun factors in Ashen and goof around with the gameplay speed and combat mechanics.

Be careful, though, the game does support asymmetric multiplayer features, so if someone runs across you with your cheats on they might be inclined to report you. And given that the game doesn’t have an in-game chat feature or anyway to communicate, I imagine it may be difficult to explain what’s what and why you’re doing what you’re doing. However, it would probably be advised not to play online with the cheats active.

As usual, always cheat responsibly.