Outward Cheats Enable God Mode, Unlimited Mana, No Hunger, Thirst

Outward Cheats

A bunch of cheats have been made available for the hard-as-nails open-world sandbox RPG from Nine Dots Studio called Outward. The game has been receiving generally favorable review scores from users, since it’s a game designed for real gamers by real gamers. None of that nansy pansy stuff you typically get from Electronic Arts or Activision. Anyway, Outward is also extremely hard, and it’s an unforgiving game, which is why there are a bunch of Outward cheats made available via trainers and sheets.

You can grab the free Cheat Engine sheet from over on FearlessRevolution.com.

If you’re not into using the Cheat Engine then you can download the free cheat trainer from over on the Mr. Antifun website.

The Outward cheat trainer contains the following options:

  • Infinite Health
  • Infinite Stamina
  • Infinite Mana
  • Infinite Food
  • No Thirst
  • No Sleep
  • Stable Temperature
  • Infinite Items Durability
  • Fast Skill Cooldown
  • Infinite Silver
  • Infinite Weight
  • Easy Crafting

All of these will make your adventures so much easier than before, especially since you’ll no longer have to worry about being encumbered, the survival aspects beating you into a starving vagabond, or the mana limits curtailing your magical acclimation.

Basically any and everything you need to make life easier for you in Outward is contained within the cheat trainer provided by Mr. Antifun.

There’s a second cheat trainer available both with free and premium options provided by MegaDev.info.

The Outward cheats located in the trainer feature the following options:

  • Reset silver to 0
  • Weight +10
  • Weight -10
  • Weight -100
  • Normal movement speed
  • Low health
  • Hungry
  • Thirsty
  • Tired
  • Attack speed -1
  • Silver +10
  • Refill health
  • Refill hunger
  • Refill thirst
  • Refill sleep
  • Weight +100
  • Fast movement speed
  • Very fast movement speed
    +1 hour
  • -1 hour
  • +1 day
  • -1 day
  • Temperature +5
  • Temperature -5
  • Silver +100
  • No skill cooldown
  • Unlimited stability
  • No hunger
  • No thirst
  • Never tired
  • +1 month
  • -1 month
  • +1 year
  • -1 year
  • Attack speed +1
  • Silver +1,000
  • Unlimited weapon durability
  • Easy kills
  • Godmode
  • Unlimited stamina
  • Unlimited mana
  • Perfect temperature

Now there are some interesting options in the MegaDev trainer, chiefly being able to modify the time of day or the year. This is useful for those of you who are timed mission quests and you’re stuck trying to figure out where to go or how to finish a certain task. So instead of failing the quest due to running out of time, you can simply roll back the days to give yourself a little extra breathing room. This is especially going to be useful during the early part of the game where your equipment is lame and your skills are poor.

The modification of the movement speeds is also going to come in handy big time, too.

Outward - Bazaar

Last but not least is the cheat trainer from Cheat Happens.

The trainer sports the following options:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Unlimited Stamina
  • Unlimited Food
  • Unlimited Drink
  • Unlimited Sleep
  • Unlimited Body Temp
  • Unlimited Stability
  • Needs Don’t Update
  • Instant Skills Cooldown
  • No Skill Item Requirements
  • Unlimited Durability and Lanterns
  • Max Carrying Capacity
  • Unlimited Item Use
  • Easy Kills Locked Enemy
  • Enemies Don’t React
  • Easy Craft/Cook/Produce
  • Unencumbered Backpack
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • Current Player Silver
  • Breakpoints Spent

It doesn’t quite have everything that MegaDev has, and you’ll have to register and put down some coin to access the premium trainers, but it’s a trainer nonetheless.

As for Outward, the game is currently available right now. It’s receiving a ton of positive feedback due to the fact that you can play the game solo in single-player mode or you can team up with a buddy in online co-op or in offline split-screen co-op. That’s right, this is one of the rare games where you can actually play in offline co-op via split-screen… even on PC!

You can pick up a digital copy of Outward on PS4, Xbox One, or over on the Steam store for PC starting at $39.99.