Tindalos Interactive and Focus Home Interactive’s Battlefleet Gothic Arma 2 came out on January 24th, 2019 with mostly positive reviews from the hardcore gaming audience. If you have the game but are having a tough time with overcoming the odds, don’t worry there are some cheats available to help speed up your journey to victory.
The first cheat trainer is available for download for free from over on the Mr. Antifun forum.
You can check out the list of trainer options below:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Shield
- Infinite Morale
- Fast Kill
- Infinite Money
- Infinite Health Allies
- Infinite Upgrade Points
- Mega Renown
- Infinite Movement
The cheats will allow you to make use of the infinite health and shield so during battle your units won’t take any damage whatsoever, or they will be able to absorb any incoming attack or battering rams from other ships.
The infinite movement allows you to make use of your units on the star map without having to stop or wait or recharge. The infinite upgrade points will also allow you to make your army as powerful as your heart desires.
There are a few caveats to keep in mind.
You will need to copy over the BattlefleetGothic2.exe file from the trainer zip file into the folder with the original exe, and rename the original exe to BattlefleetGothic2.exe.bak, this way you can actually make use of the trainer. Additionally, you must first buy a ship or use an upgrade point before you activate the infinite upgrade points or infinite money cheats.
Now there’s a second premium trainer available for you to download over on CheatHappens.com.
The trainer contains the following cheats:
- Super Hull
- Super Shields
- Weak Ship
- Instant Burn Energy Reset
- Unlimited Weapon Uses
- Unlimited Map Ship Movement
- Unlimited Construction Points
- Edit Global Income
- Edit Reknown
- Edit Upgrade Points
- Edit Level
- Edit Tonnages
- Edit Max Fleet Value
- Edit Combat Leadership
- Edit Battle Score Player ½
So you get a few different cheats available to you compared to what you get in the Mr. Antifun trainer. This is assuming that what’s in the free trainer doesn’t sate your thirst for exploiting the game mechanics to your advantage.
The game sports a far more robust campaign mode compared to the first game, sporting three different campaign modes featuring the Tyranids, the Necrons, and the Imperium of Man. There’s a total of 12 different factions in the game that you can take into battle in some single-player modes and in the multiplayer PvP modes. It’s also the first game set within Games Workshop’s new “Gathering Storm” setting within the Warhammer 40,000 universe.