Activision has been updating Call of Duty: WWII over time to make cheats unusable. This is to force players to buy microtransactions and stay enveloped in their live-services. However, some of the trainers have been updated to accommodate the patches that Sledgehammer rolled out for the World War II shooter.
The first trainer is available from Mr. Antifun.
The free trainer contains the following Call of Duty: WWII cheats:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Ammo
- No Reload
- Infinite Grenades
So basically, there’s some huge caveats for using cheats in Call of Duty: WWII. It doesn’t require any kind of major fixing or alterations to the game, it’s just that you can’t play online. Now this isn’t a suggestion, this is a requirement.
If you attempt to play online there are anti-cheat measures in place that will either crash the game or prevent you from accessing the servers. So playing offline is the only way to make use of the trainers.
Additionally, do not delete or mess with any of the DLL files that come with the Call of Duty: WWII trainer. If they work, then they work, if they don’t then request an update. Activision and Sledgehammer Games have worked hard to prevent people from cheating in Call of Duty: WWII because they’re working together to feed people into the microtransactions of live-services. It’s a shame, but it’s also reality.
There’s a second cheat trainer that was very recently updated that you can download from over on MegaDev.info.
The trainer contains the following cheat options for Call of Duty: WWII:
- Unlimited grenades
- Unlimited ammo
- Max 1 grenade
- Weak player
Unfortunately the juicy cheats are behind a premium membership, otherwise you just gain access to unlimited grenades.
The other trainers have also become deprecated since they haven’t been updated to match the most recent version of the game. So if you do decide to use a cheat table for the Cheat Engine, you’ll unfortunately be met with game crashes and other errors.
In order to get the cheat trainers updated properly it requires a lot of painstaking workarounds to get past the encryption process for the exe, which most trainer makers didn’t feel it was worth it since Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out and about.
Publishers are working overtime to prevent gamers from cheating, even during single-player campaign modes or while offline, because it means that if you aren’t paying real money to bypass the artificial grind in the single-player portions, then you aren’t generating revenue for them. So they go the extra mile in preventing gamers from cheating, no matter what mode it is so that they can sell you microtransactions.