Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Cheats Feature Infinite XP, Unlimited Credits
Ghost Recon Breakpoint Cheats

Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is out and available for anyone who enjoys microtransaction-ridden, looter-shooter grindfests on home consoles and PC. Oh, you thought this game was a TPS survival-shooter sim like how they portrayed it in the trailers? Oh, no, no, no… sweetheart. You can’t be that naïve can you? They pulled a bait and switch on gamers, and it turns out that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is nothing like how it was advertised; but if you were one of those people duped into picking up a copy, there are some cheats to get around the artificial grind.

There’s a free cheat trainer available over on Cheat Evolution.

The trainer houses the following Ghost Recon: Breakpoint cheats:

  • Activate Trainer
  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Stamina
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • No Reload
  • No Recoil
  • Super Accuracy
  • Unlimited Items/Grenades
  • Ghost Mode
  • Unlimited Scope Breath
  • Unlimited Specialty Meter
  • Add 10K Credits
  • Add 10 Skill Points
  • Add 1K XP
  • Credits Editor
  • Skill Points Editor
  • XP Editor

A couple of notes before you make use of the trainer. First of all, you’ll need to disable Battleeye before you can make use of the trainer. In order to do so you’ll need to extract the zip file that you can download from The password for the zip file is: cev

Copy the LaunchBreakPoint.exe file into the game folder for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and use the file to launch the game. This will bypass Battleeye and allow you to use trainers.

When you get into the game, keep in mind that it may take a little while for the trainers to activate, but once they do you should see the cheats take effect.

There’s another free trainer available for download from over on

The Ghost Recon: Breakpoint trainer features the following cheats:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Stamina
  • No Reload
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • Unlimited Gadget
  • Unlimited Skill Points
  • Mega Exp
  • Undetected

Some people noted having troubles booting up the game to use the trainer. However, if you use the Battleeye bypass you might be able to avoid the crashing problem some people experienced when attempting to use trainers or third-party software with the game.

There’s a third trainer available over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer comes with the following options:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Stamina
  • Unlimited Ammo
  • No Reload
  • Unlimited Scope Focus Hold Breath
  • Unlimited Consumable – Items – Grenades
  • Enemy Bullets Cannot Hit
  • Invisible
  • Disable Enemy Units
  • Teleport To Waypoint
  • Teleport To Homesteaders Secret Location
  • Full Specialization Meter
  • No Controlled Vehicle Damage
  • Weapon Upgrade Parts Multiplier
  • Supplies Multiplier
  • Craft Items – Rations Ingredient Multiplier
  • Mega Drone Battery
  • Mega Drone Range
  • Capture Drone Position For Teleport
  • Teleport To Captured Drone Location
  • Fast Drone Deploy Cooldown
  • No Recoil
  • Super Accuracy
  • Edit: Current XP
  • Edit: Current Skill Points
  • Edit: Current Credits
  • Edit: Current Tier Level
  • Edit: Current Battle Rewards Points
  • Edit: Current Daily Progression Points

The upside is that the trainer comes chock full of options, from allowing you to edit your XP and skill points, to giving yourself unlimited amounts of credits. You can basically and very easily rank up your character with ease.

The only downside is that this particular trainer is premium, so you will need a membership with Cheat Happens to get your hands on it.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, however, is not quite the game you think it is.

It’s been called out for the microtransaction schemes, and the fact that it’s yet another looter-shooter grinder built under the canopy of corporate greed by Ubisoft.

YouTuber Gamer Rant dropped a video detailing all the nonsense surrounding the game, which you can check out below.

The TL;DR of it is that the game launched buggy and broken but is still packed to the brim with microtransactions and cash shop items. A typical Ubisoft experience, basically.

As noted in the video by TheQuartering, Ubisoft issued a statement on October 3rd, 2019 addressing the microtransactions and the reason for adding what are called “Time Savers” to the game, where you essentially pay real money to NOT PLAY the game, by claiming that…

“We are aware that during the Early Access of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint on October 1st, some Time-Savers items (Skill Point bundles, XP Boosters, parts bundles for advanced weapon upgrades) were available for purchase for a few hours in our Store but this was not our intention and was an error on our behalf.


“These items were designed as an optional way for players arriving later to the game (Post-Launch) to catch up with those who have been playing for longer and enjoy our co-op and challenging end-game experiences. These Time-Savers have since been removed from our Store for now.


“Time-Savers were not designed to grant any advantage over players choosing not to use them. Additionally, Ghost War PVP has been carefully balanced to ensure that no matter your experience as a player, no one has a critical advantage based on their progression.”

You can also check out the video below, which also covers the different microtransactions that users had an issue with.

If you were hoping that Ubisoft was going to make some kind of a turnaround that was pro-consumer and pro-gamer, think again.

The company has a Diversity & Inclusion division, they absolutely are all-in on the postmodernist propaganda, and they’re willing to fleece you at every single corner with microtransactions, cash shops, and aggressive DLC packages whenever the opportunity presents itself.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is currently available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Obviously, you’ve been warned about the content, though.

(Thanks for the news tip Ace_of_spades_lxx)


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