Gattai Games’ World War I strategic tank sim, Armored Battle Crew: World War I, entered into Early Access on June 6th, 2019 on Steam for PC. The game affords players the ability to choose their tank crew, outfit and customize their tank, and then head into battle against other foes. For gamers out there who don’t care about the rules of warfare and testing their mettle in honorable combat, there are some Armored Battle Crew cheats to help make the process of attaining victory so much more painless than playing through the game the real way.
The first cheat trainer is available for download from over on MegaDev.info.
The Armored Battle Crew trainer contains the following cheat options:
- Infinite items (storage)
- Infinite fuel
- Infinite ability duration
- Infinite mission time
- Infinite command points
- Infinite ammo
- Godmode (turrets)
- Instant ability cooldown
- No reload
- Godmode (tank)
- Godmode (crew)
Now what’s interesting about the cheats in that trainer is that they don’t have just one god mode, but several. There are different god modes for the different gameplay aspects, including the crew, the tank, and the turret.
It’s definitely a noteworthy distinction in how the game can be played, and the different elements required to keep the tank functional.
There’s a second cheat trainer available for download from Cheat Happens.
The trainer contains the following cheat options for Armored Battle Crew World War I:
- Unlimited Tank Health
- Unlimited Tank Fuel
- Unlimited Ammo
- No Reload
- Unlimited Crew Health
- Fast Ability Action Cooldowns
- Unlimited Command Points
- Unlimited Mission Timer
- Game Speed
There are some new cheats in the Cheta Happens trainer not available in the MegaDev.Info trainer, specifically the ability to modify the game’s speed.
There is a drawback to that trainer, though, and it’s the fact that you don’t have access to the different god modes available in the MegaDev.info trainer. You only have the unlimited tank health and crew health, but no mention of the turret health.
The game is a bit pozzed, as it focuses on staffing your tank crew with a “diverse” cast of crew members, both male and female and from different races and nationalities. So there’s nothing historically accurate about Armored Battle Warfare and said inaccuracies will surely take out of the game with about as much frequency as Battlefield V.
The customization aspects are kind of cool, though, as you’ll be able to modify both the interior and exterior weapons and loadouts based on the kind of enemies you’ll encounter during a mission. You’ll have a nice range of different weapons at your disposal, including flamethrowers, anti-tank cannons, howitzers, and auto-cannons to name but a few.
You can learn more about Armored Battle Warfare: World War I by visiting the Steam store page. The game is currently in Early Access and is expected to stay in Early Access over the next four to five months.