Wolfenstein: Youngblood Cheats Contain Unlimited Ammo, God Mode, XP Boost
Wolfenstein Youngblood Cheats

Arkane Studios and MachineGames’ Wolfenstein: Youngblood is one of those annoying first-person shooter games where the story isn’t griping, the gameplay is mundane, and the graphics are distractingly bad, yet somehow there will be a ton of idiots who buy this terrible hunk of junk because “muh AAA experience!”. For the people who picked up a copy of the game for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, or Xbox One, you’re fresh out of luck when it comes to cheats. However, if you sailed the seven seas or committed sacrilege by putting specie in the pocket sockets of Bethesda, then there are some cheat trainers available for you.

The first trainer is available to download for free from over on the Mr. Antifun forum.

The Wolfenstein: Youngblood trainer contains the following cheats:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Armor
  • Unlimited Stealth Duration
  • Unlimited Money
  • Unlimited Skill Points
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • No Reload

There’s another free trainer available for download over on the WeMod.com page.

After teaming up with Mr. Antifun, you can get your hands on the following Wolfenstein: Youngblood cheats:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Armor
  • Unlimited Ally Health
  • Unlimited Ally Armor
  • Add Shared Lives
  • Unlimited Cloak Duration
  • Instant Cloak Cooldown
  • Add 10 Skill Points
  • Add 5K Coins
  • Add 5K XP
  • Set Game Speed
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • No Reload
  • Super Accuracy
  • No Recoil
  • One-Hit Kills

The trainer features even more cheats than the Mr. Antifun offering. All you have to do is download and install the WeMod app to gain access to their repository of cheat trainers for both big and small games alike.

The added cheat options include the ability to stack your XP or completely remove recoil, as well as the ability to set the game speed.

Surely those might come in handy for infusing a little bit of fun into an otherwise mundane and boring exercise in milking a brand that’s about half-past dead and duly expired.

But don’t take that as a sign of the cheat trainers being out of fashion. There’s still another for you whippersnappers and it comes courtesy of Cheat Happens.

The premium Wolfenstein: Youngblood trainer features the following cheats:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Armor
  • Unlimited Buddy Health
  • Unlimited Buddy Armor
  • Easy Kills
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • No Reload
  • Unlimited Cloak
  • Fast Cloak Cooldown
  • Unlimited Shared Lives
  • No Recoil
  • Improved Accuracy
  • XP
  • Money
  • Upgrade Points
  • Bar Currency

You get all the options present in many of the other trainers, but it also comes at a cost, so that’s something to consider.

There is one more trainer available for you to download and it comes courtesy of MegaDev.info.

There are free and premium Wolfenstein: Youngblood cheats featured in the trainer, which are listed below:

  • +1000 Coins
  • +1 Skillpoint
  • Reset coins to 0
  • Reset skillpoints to 0
  • +5000 Coins
  • Infinite ammo (on reload)
  • Infinite boost timer
  • No reload
  • Better accuracy
  • No recoil
  • Infinite cloak
  • Infinite health (player)
  • Infinite shield (player)
  • Infinite health (buddy)
  • Infinite shield (buddy)
  • One-Hit-Kill

In a way, the infinite cloak should definitely help with those of you who prefer to play stealthy. I don’t know if it would actually help increase the fun factors, though.

So there you have it, the full roll out of cheats for the game.

I doubt the trainers will do much to salvage the game’s barely there story, loosely knitted together amalgamation of insipid level designs, or the fact that the shooting and action sequences feel more like a chore than any sort of excitement.

The stilted environments that basically have little to no destructibility, and the dumb-as-a-doorknob enemy AI provide only the most rudimentary experience in perfunctory first-person shooting.

Even still – as mentioned at the top of the article – I’m sure there are plenty of fools out there who parted ways with their money to play what’s essentially more Left-wing agenda-pushing that doesn’t even require any sort of perlustrating to discover what MachineGames and Arkane Studios were attempting to accomplish with the game.

Anyway, Wolfenstein: Periodblood is currently available right now for home consoles and PC. However you would probably do better waiting for a better first-person shooter to release on home consoles and PC, like Ion Fury, which had to change its name from Ion Maiden due to a lawsuit from the rock band Iron Maiden, but still looks ten times better than Wolfenstein: Menstrual Cycle.

If you’re interested in a real first-person shooter, you can learn more about Ion Fury by visiting the official website. The game is due for release on PC this August, followed by a console release on PS4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch.


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