Metal Wolf Chaos XD Cheats Offer Unlimited Money, Infinite Ammo

Metal Wolf Chaos XD Cheats

Devolver Digital revived the third-person mech action game, Metal Wolf Chaos XD for PC gamers recently. The old OG Xbox title from FromSoftware was revived as a PC release on Steam thanks to General Arcade. For gamers who are unfamiliar with the challenge of old-school gaming and looking for a way to cheat their way to the finish line, there are some cheats available for you.

The first trainer offers free and premium options from over on

You’ll find the following Metal Wolf Chaos XD cheats within the trainer:

  • +1,000 Money
  • Reset Money to 0
  • Reset rare parts to 0
  • +10,000 Money
  • Infinite Ammo
  • No Reload
  • Instant Burst Attack
  • +1,000 Rare parts
  • Infinite Boost
  • Infinite Shield
  • +10,000 Rare parts

Weirdly there’s no straightforward god mode this time, around but at least there’s infinite shield and boost, so that sort of helps compensate for it.

The free options in the MegaDev trainer includes the +1,000 money cheat, so you can basically give yourself infinite amounts of funds to help aid you through the campaign.

A second cheat trainer is available for download from over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer contains the following cheat options for Metal Wolf Chaos XD:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Boost
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • No Reload
  • Always Ready Special Attack
  • Unlimited Money
  • Unlimited Rare Metal

The trainer from Cheat Happens is premium, so that means you’ll have to put some mean coin down to acquire a membership over there.

That’s something to consider if you actually feel like the cheats are worth it, but you do get all of the basics and then a few extras on top of that.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD is currently available for purchase from over on the Steam store for $24.99.

It’s a single-player game so you can cheat all you want without worrying about a VAC ban being brought down around your ears, nor do you have to worry about someone ratting you out because they saw you steam-rolling through some baddies without taking any damage. That’s the beauty of single-player games. It’s a shame so few of them are made these days. Oh well.