I’m not sure why but Gearbox Software’s Borderlands 2 is for some reason back in the cheater’s circle spotlight. It’s a game that’s been receiving some oddly frequent updates when it comes to cheat trainers and cheat offerings.
Why? Probably because of the Borderlands: Game of the Year Enhanced Edition coming outback during the spring of this year for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, which renewed interest in Borderlands 2, and in turn, a bunch of people probably started looking up cheats for the second game, and so, in turn, cheat trainer makers began updating and rolling out new features for their cheat offerings. Either way, gamers win in the end because the more cheats the merrier… right?
Anyway, the first cheat trainer is available for free and can be downloaded from Mr. Antifun.
The Borderlands 2 cheats contained within the trainer are listed below:
The trainer was updated to the latest version of the game to accommodate the Game of the Year Enhanced Edition of Borderlands, so it should work right off the bat for the game.
There are no special requirements to get the cheats to work, just pop open the game, pop open the trainer, and have a field day.
The second cheat trainer is available for download, for free, from over on WeMod.com.
The Borderlands 2 cheat trainer contains the following options:
There pretty much the same as the ones you get from Mr. Antifun, only you can make use of the cheats trough a trainer that also gives you access to other games as well.
The big difference between the two trainers is that the WeMod trainer was recently updated back in mid June. So it accommodates the most recent version of Borderlands 2, so you shouldn’t have any problems with running the trainer on the Steam version of the game.
Now we’re entering into the premium trainer territory. But don’t worry, there are still some good free cheats available in the free version of the MegaDev.info trainer.
In fact, you don’t even need the premium membership to access the best cheats that MegaDev has to offer.
You can check out all of the Borderlands 2 trainer cheats below to see what you can use to get the leg up on the NPCs:
Now unlike the other trainers, the MegaDev trainer focuses more on modifying some key aspects of your character that the other trainers don’t offer, such as the Torgue tokens or increasing or decreasing your item slots, which can be duly useful in your adventures.
Last on the list is a lifetime membership cheat trainer that was updated at the end of June and available for download over on Cheat Happens.
The Borderlands 2 cheat trainer features a lot of options as you can see below:
You get basically every kind of optional cheat you could possibly want to manipulate for Borderlands 2, from staving off the shop countdown timer from running out and the inventory swapping out, to increasing or changing the elemental damage output on a weapon, to altering the player sizes and speed, which could come in handy.
It may be a premium trainer but you have to admit that Cheat Happens has some slick options. There’s a similar trainer available over on GamePressure that you can also check out.
As for Borderlands 2, the game has been on discount throughout the Steam summer sale but it’s regularly available on the Steam store for $19.99. It might be worth picking up instead of Borderlands 3 since at least you know what kind of game you’ll be getting and the quality of it won’t come into question like the third outing, which seems like the kind of game that’s equivalent to roof workers who can’t speak English that decide to use duct tape and quick-dry cement to patchwork a roof instead of doing the job right and doing it properly.
But then again, what do I know? Maybe you can actually trust Randy Pitchford not to lie and deliver a quality product… …. … bwahahahaha! You would be a fool to think that to be true.