Left Alive Cheats Let You Turn Off Damage, Enable Max Weight, God Mode
Left Alive Cheats

Square Enix’s Left Alive was one of those games that launched with a lot of negative feedback for being a crappy game. It’s not a good game, but for people who mistakenly picked up a copy thinking that it was supposed to be a good game, there are some cheat trainers available for the PC version of the game.

The first trainer is available for download over on the Megadev.info page.

The trainer sports the following options:

  • Reset bleeding
  • Heal player
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • +1 Gadget
  • -1 Gadget
  • No Reload
  • No Bleeding
  • Godmode
  • Easy Soldier Kills
  • +100 Maximum Weight
  • -100 Maximum Weight

The gadgets will allow you to add or remove them from your inventory for crafting gear. The no reloading cheat means that you’ll be able to fire your weapon indefinitely until you completely run out of ammo. Keep in mind that the no reloading cheat is not the same as infinite ammo. However, you can enable the unlimited ammo cheat as well so that you don’t have to reload nor will you run out of ammo.

Of course, it’s not that it matters much given how much the game sucks, as detailed by Noisy Pixel.

Now if you’re still in need of some high-quality ways to cheat through Left Alive, there’s another cheat trainer that’s available for a premium over on Cheat Happens.

  • Unlimited Health
  • No Bleeding
  • Unlimited Sprint
  • Unlimited Max Ammo
  • No Reload
  • Unlimited Medical Consumables
  • Unlimited Projectile and Trap Consumables
  • Super Max Weight
  • Easy Craft
  • Easy Infantry Kills
  • Infantry Stealth Mode
  • All Damage In Game Off
  • Unlimited Wanzer Ammo
  • No Wanzer Weapon Overheat

So there are some additional cheats that you can access to make the game easier, more convenient, or give you something to mess around with to change the gameplay experience, such as the Wanzer not overheating, or turning off all the damage, or the unlimited items.

The cheats still won’t fix all of the game’s problems, though. From the recycled levels, to the poor optimization, to the badly implemented AI, the game fails on a lot of different levels, and as evident over on the Steam store page, the user reviews make it known that the game is probably only worth playing if it gets taken in by modders and overhauled the way plastic surgeons overhauled Fergie’s face.

Left Alive is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. But if you don’t already own a copy you would yourself well not to purchase a copy.


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