Codemasters is known for releasing yearly sports titles, specifically racing games. In this case, F1 2019 has just hit the scene for PC, PS4, and Xbox One and is accompanied by cheat trainers. If you are looking to cheat your way to the finish line, you’re in luck.
Notice: The following game features online play. You will likely face a ban playing the game while using any of the cheats listed below. It’s advised to play the game in single-player mode when using cheats and not against other players across any multiplayer mode.
The annual game series about formula one race machines is here and if you want to best every AI on the blacktops look no further.
The usual racing game cheats in this case consist of freezing AIs drivers, spinning out opponents throughout the race, and helpful stuff like super acceleration, super brakes, super jump, and the ability to freeze the lap timer. Other options such as instant stop, unlimited fuel, and infinite R&D points are available, too. You can check out the list of F1 2019 cheats below:
- Freeze AI Drivers
- AI Drivers Spinout
- Super Acceleration
- Super Brakes
- Super Jump
- Instant Stop
- Unlimited Fuel
- Set Research and Development Points
- Freeze Lap Timer
You can snag these cheats by heading on over to cheathappens.com, which holds all nine active trainers.
There’s a second cheat trainer available containing both free and premium options that you can download from over on MegaDev.info.
The trainer contains the following F1 2019 cheats:
- Opponents maximum 7th gear
- Opponents maximum 6th gear
- Player maximum 7th gear
- Player maximum 6th gear
- Opponents maximum 5th gear
- Opponents maximum 4th gear
- Player maximum 5th gear
- Player maximum 4th gear
- Opponents maximum 3rd gear
- Opponents maximum 2nd gear
- Opponents maximum 1st gear
- +1.000 resource points
- +10.000 resource points
- Set resource points to 0
It is worth noting that if the game receives an update, it’s best to check for updates for F1 2019’s cheats so that they work on the latest version of the racing game otherwise you’ll end up with non-working trainers.
As for the game itself, it seems to fit the bill like any other annual sports game, meaning if you like incremental changes and “improved graphics,” then you’ll likely follow suit along with dedicated fans. If you are of the opposite, this game will likely be a turn-off.
F1 2019 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.