The turn-based roguelike, dark fantasy RPG from Unfrozen and Daedalic Entertainment is already a fan-favorite among RPG fans. The game is currently available in Early Access over on the Steam store for $24.99. During the first week of release you can get it for 10% off the normal price for only $22.49. For those of you who purchased the game and are in desperate need of an instant-win option, there are some Iratus: Lord of the Dead cheats to help you out.
There are a couple of cheat alternatives at the moment, the first being a premium trainer available for download over on Cheat Happens.
The Iratus: Lord of the Dead trainer features the following cheats:
- Infinite Health
- One Hit Kills
- Unlimited Ire
- Unlimited Mana
- Add Talent Points/Level
- Toggle Built-In Debug Mode
- Unlimited Crafting Resources
- Spend Talent Points
The trainer offers up just about everything you would need to maximize your inclination for exploitation, from infinite health to maxing out your XP.
The only downside is that the trainer is premium, which means that you can’t freely access the cheats as you see fit without having to take the plunge and register for a membership.
But don’t worry, there are other alternatives.
There’s a free cheat table available for download from over on the Fearless Revolution website.
The cheat table contains the following cheat options for Iratus: Lord of the Dead:
- Unlimited Health
- Max Evasion
- Unlimited Architect Resource
- High Accuracy
- Hero always Crit
- Increase Min/Max Dread
- Increase Min/Max ActionPoints
- Increase Min/Max Attack
- Increase Luck
- Mouseover Hero Stats
- Load SaveData
The table was updated to work with the latest version of the game. The video above is designed to help give you a heads up on how to use the cheat tables and how to avoid crashing your game.
As for Iratus: Lord of the Dead, the game is very much like a clone of Red Hook Studios’ Darkest Dungeon.
You’ll command Iratus, the eponymous villain of the tale who has finally escaped from a millennia-long imprisonment. He’s on a quest to get revenge against those who stuck in the darkest depths of Tartarus and finally fulfill his self-appointed destiny of ruling over the undead and conquering the world with his indomitable army.
Before he can expand his reach among the land of the living, Iratus must first strengthen his army and gird his resolve by collecting zombies, vampires, mummies, banshees, and other horrors of the night to fill out his ranks.
He’ll then need to improve his underground lair by exploring the corridors and battling against heroes in search of treasure and paladins seeking out fame. You’ll battle against miners, dwarves, and typical protagonist-type do-gooders who are out to destroy you.
The concept of the game is pretty cool, and it’s available right now in Early Access over on Steam. It’s scheduled to stay in Early Access until April or June of 2020 next year. So it’s a ways off from being complete.