Dishonored 2 Cheats Offer God Mode, Infinite Runes
Dishonored 2 Cheats

Arkane Studios and Bethesda screwed the pooch with Dishonored 2. The game offered players pretty much more of the same thing that the first one introduced, only this time you could play as a vagina that you couldn’t even see. The addition for some gamers was enough for them to squeamishly applaud “GOTY!” and “OMG so awesome!”, even though they did so with enough silent candor that they may as well have shouted it internally; but for everyone else Dishonored 2 was a pure “meh” out of 10. Even console fanboys on the PS4 and Xbox One couldn’t muster enough excitement to keep the game atop the charts. Despite it’s abject mediocrity, there are still people who surprisingly put time and effort into cheating in the game for whatever bizarre reason remains for them to play it. For those of you who fit into that category, there are some updated cheats available for the game.

The first cheat trainer is available for free from over on Mr. Antifun’s forum.

The trainer contains the following Dishonored 2 cheats:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Unlimited Breath
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • Easy Kills
  • Invisibility
  • Unlimited Health Potions
  • Unlimited Mana Potions
  • Unlimited Runes
  • Unlimited Coins
  • Custom Jump Height

The trainer was just literally updated just before the publication of this article, so it contains the most up-to-date cheat options and compatibility for the most recently released patch for Dishonored 2.

Typically a lot of the patches that they roll out for games post-launch are oftentimes designed to curb the use of cheats, exploits, and trainers, much like what Bethesda did with the post-launch patch for Wolfenstein: Youngblood to prevent gamers from using coin cheats in the single-player game. Yes, they’re preventing people from cheating in single-player games. That’s how greedy and absurd the gaming industry has become.

Anyway, this trainer from Mr. Antifun is straightforward in its use, and gives you everything you need to make use of said cheats with the Steam version of Dishonored 2.

The next cheat trainer is available for free from over on WeMod.com.

It features many of the same cheats as the Mr. Antifun trainer and it’s also free.

The trainer features the following Dishonored 2 cheat options:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Unlimited Breath
  • Invisibility
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • Custom Jump Height
  • Easy Kills
  • Unlimited Health Potions
  • Unlimited Mana Potions
  • Unlimited Runes
  • Unlimited Coins

The trainer was updated for compatibility with the June patch for Dishonored 2. So it should work for most of your needs, unless Arkane decided to tweak the game even more since then.

It allows you to make use of the unlimited coins and runes so you can customize Corvo or Emily to your liking.

The next cheat trainer is available from over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer requires a premium membership but houses the following cheats for Dishonored 2:

  • God Mode
  • Unlimited Mana
  • Super Stealth (FIXED)
  • Unlimited Underwater
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • Unlimited HP Elixer
  • Rewire Tools
  • Unlimited MP Elixer
  • Unlimited Runes
  • Unlimited Whalebones
  • Add Coins
  • Unlimited Traits
  • Super Speed
  • Super Jump
  • Unlimited Grenades/Items

As noted in the list, one of the cheats had a bit of an issue but they fixed it. The trainer is also available for individual purchase as opposed to requiring a long term membership.

The trainer contains a few options not available in the other trainers, such as the unlimited traits, which has been highly requested from the Mr. Antifun and WeMod offerings, as well as the rewire tools. This gives the trainer a bit of extra breathing room compared to the others but, again, it comes at a cost. So keep that in mind.

There’s another free and premium trainer available from MegaDev.info.

The cheats featured in the Dishonored 2 trainer are listed below:

  • Infinite Oxygen
  • +1.000 Coins
  • Infinite ammo + grenades
  • Rune cheat
  • Infinite energy/mana
  • Godmode
  • Stealth / Invisible

The options aren’t the most exciting, but they get the job done. There is a silver lining with the rune cheat, though. You will need to first open up the journal, go to the “Powers” tab, activate the rune cheat and then proceed to upgrade your powers without it costing you any runes.

Beyond that the trainer works just like the others.

Last but not least is the cheat table available for download from over on Fearless Revolution.

The cheat table contains the following Dishonored 2 cheats for the Cheat Engine:

  • Unlimited Health
  • One-Hit Kill
  • Unlimited Mana
  • No Reload
  • Unlimited Ammo / Runes
  • Unlimited Bend time
  • Instant Choke
  • Unlimited Money
  • Unlock Blueprints
  • Ignore Assassination Stat
  • Ignore Nonlethal Takedown Stat
  • Current Mission Perfect Stats
  • Global Stats
  • Inventory Pointer
  • Matrix Jump
  • Never Fall
  • Increase Attack Speed
  • Increase Movement Speed
  • Zero Chaos
  • Unlimited Trait Use
  • Unlock All Traits
  • Stay Low Chaos

I have to say that it looks like the cheat table for Dishonored 2 contains just about all of the good cheats, all of the requested cheats, and even some extras thrown in for good measure. It’s like going to a whorehouse and then finding out that not only will you get a refund after the deed is done but you get a bonus pay for being a special customer.

Now there is a bit of a downside and it’s that typically cheat tables break with each new update, so it’s a crap-shoot if all of the cheat options work after the latest patch, but since it’s free you can give it a go and test it out for yourself.

As for Dishonored 2… the game didn’t sell all that well, and it was actually made marketable worse when the standalone follow-up was designed as a propaganda piece made by a typical Left-winger. This resulted in the franchise tanking in sales completely and Bethesda putting it on ice, which netted it a fine spot on the Get Woke; Go Broke list. The game is currently already down to just $39.99 over on the Steam store, showing an abject since of detachment from the core audience.

Maybe next time instead of trying to virtue signal they’ll focus on making a fun game with awesome options, characters that the core demographic cares about, and mechanics that don’t punish gamers for having fun… maybe? Doubtful.

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