Saber Interactive and Paramount rolled out World War Z for home consoles and PC. Sadly it’s a timed exclusive on the Epic Games Store, so don’t expect to play it on Steam anytime soon. Nevertheless, the third-person, co-op shooter has already been hit with a bevy selection of cheats you can use to make your survival experience in the post-apocalyptic stages a little bit easier than usual.
The first cheat trainer available for World War Z is available for free from over on the Mr. Antifun forum.
The free trainer only has four cheats, as listed below:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Ammo
- No Reload
- Infinite Stamina
The only thing you need to keep in mind is that the no reload cheat doesn’t work for the heavy weapons. But the infinite ammo cheat is still very applicable for those heavy weapons.
There’s another cheat trainer available for download over on Megadev.info.
The trainer sports the following options:
- 100 Credits
- Unlimited Ammo (on-reload)
- +1,000 Credits
- +10,000 Credits
- Infinite melee stamina
- No Reload
- Godmode (Squad)
Obviously the most useful cheat in the bunch apart from the infinite money is the god mode. Once it’s activated you’ll be practically invulnerable. Now the reason I say “practically” is because if you somehow manage to take more damage the total HP of the character, then you will still die. So I’m assuming crushing damage or any kind of stage hazard might render the cheat moot.
Last but not least is the premium trainer that you can acquire from over on CheatHappens.com.
The World War Z cheats offer up the following options:
- Unlimited Team Health
- Fast Melee Stamina Reset
- Unlimited Ammo
- Fast Weapon/No Reload
- Unlimited Heavy Weapon Ammo
- Game Speed
- Edit Credits
So this basically has all of the other options that were present in the other two trainers, but with the ability to make use of the game speed modification.
Now the significance of the game speed modifier is that you’re basically able to speed up or slow down the game to your liking. This is likely useful for people who may feel the game plays too fast, or maybe plays too slow.