Imperator Rome Cheats Unlock Infinite Power, God Mode, Fast Research, Recruiting
Imperator Rome Cheats

Paradox Interactive’s Imperator: Rome launched on Steam with a lot of mixed reviews due to a smorgasbord of issues ranging from quality of life features to basic optimization. However, to help alleviate some of the teething pains of launch that likely will take Paradox months to fix, there are some cheats that might make the gameplay experience in Imperator: Rome slightly more tolerable than its current state of being halfway broken.

The first trainer is free to download and made available courtesy of Mr. Antifun.

The trainer contains just about everything you would need to become an unstoppable conqueror hailing from Rome.

  • Infinite Military Power
  • Infinite Civic Power
  • Infinite Oratory Power
  • Infinite Religious Power
  • Infinite Stability
  • Infinite Manpower
  • Infinite Treasury
  • No Tyranny
  • No Aggressive Expansion
  • Fast Movement
  • God Mode
  • Fast Research
  • Fast Recruiting

There are no special gimmicks or tricks to get the cheats to work in the game. You just pop open the title and turn on the cheats that best suit your gaming sensibilities. If you need a little help with figuring out how they work, Mr. Antifun provided a quick tutorial you can check out below.

There’s also a second cheat trainer available for download with both free and premium options from Megadev.info.

You can check out the Imperator: Rome cheats below:

  • Treasury +1.000
  • Age +1
  • Age +10
  • Age -1
  • Age -10
  • Treasury +10,000
  • Stability +1
  • Stability +10
  • Military power +100
  • Civic power +100
  • Oratory power +100
  • Religious power +100
  • Civilization value +10
  • Garrison +100
  • Training camp +1
  • Fortress +1
  • Marketplace +1
  • Granary +1
  • Max manpower
  • Military power +1.000
  • Civic power +1.000
  • Oratory power +1.000
  • Religious power +1.000
  • Civilization value +100
  • Garrison +1,000
  • Martial +1
  • Finesse +1
  • Charisma +1
  • Zeal +1
  • Corruption +1
  • Loyalty +1
  • Popularity +1
  • Wealth +10
  • Prominence +1
  • Prominence +10
  • Conviction: Civic +1
  • Conviction: Military +1
  • Conviction: Mercantile +1
  • Conviction: Religious +1
  • Conviction: Populist +1
  • Reset aggressive expansion
  • Resets the previously mentioned attributes back to 0!
  • Reset war exhaustion
  • Resets the previously mentioned attributes back to 0!
  • Reset tyranny
  • Reset risk of civil war
  • Fast travel
  • Selected legion: minimum 100% morale
  • Selected legion: minimum 100% experiences
  • Selected legion: minimum 1.000 soldiers
  • Selected legion: minimum 10.000 soldiers
  • City: complete unit production
  • City: complete building production
  • Max province loyality
  • Martial +10
  • Finesse +10
  • Charisma +10
  • Zeal +10
  • Corruption +10
  • Loyalty +10
  • Popularity +10
  • Wealth +100
  • Max health
  • Conviction: Civic +10
  • Conviction: Military +10
  • Conviction: Mercantile +10
  • Conviction: Religious +10
  • Conviction: Populist +10

I’m not sure how useful the age cheats would come in handy for some serious players, but it’s still something worth messing around with in case you needed to de-age a character who was getting rather ripe in year.

If you’re still not sure about why some people have issues with Imperator: Rome, YouTuber Rimmy – Downunder Gaming provides an 18 minute breakdown of the issues.

Anyway, back to business.

MegaDev definitely has the most comprehensive trainer available, but if you wanted something in between Mr. Antifun and MegaDev, there’s a premium trainer you can download from over on CheatHappens.com.

Allow Ironman Console
Lift Fog of War
Score
Cohorts
Treasury
Stability
Manpower
Military Power
Civic Power
Oratory Power
Religious Power

Now the cool part about this trainer is that you can modify the game settings while in Ironman mode, or you can lift the entire fog of war from the map so you can see precisely where your enemies are as well as strategize your war efforts accordingly.

Of course, you lose out on the god mode feature and a few other accoutrements provided by the other trainers, but it’s still a useful tool if you already find yourself with an account a penchant to pilfer from the game like a prolific digital pickpocket.

Imperator: Rome is currently available right now for purchase from the Steam store for $54.98. As mentioned, the game has a mixed rating on Steam, so it might be wise to wait for additional patches to drop before diving in head-first. The good news is that Paradox Interactive is listening to the feedback and dropping patches faster than Brie Larson dropped her danties to land a top-billing gig in the MCU, so keep an eye on the Steam page for further updates.

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