Nacon and Neopica are just a few of the last remaining studios making patriotic games for patriots. Almost every other AAA studio out there decided to throw their audience under the bus by supporting domestic terrorism, an act worthy of the gallows. Nevertheless, if you were one of the patriots who picked up a copy of Hunting Simulator 2, which is one of the last few games made for real men, there are a few cheats available for you to use at your leisure.
The first cheat trainer is available to download for free from over on AllTrainersPC.
The trainer comes with the following cheats for Hunting Simulator 2:
★ NumPad 1: Unlimited Stamina
★ NumPad 2: Unlimited Hold Breath
★ NumPad 3: Unlimited Ammo
★ NumPad 4: No Reload
★ NumPad 5: Game Speed
# Companion Rating
The trainer works for version 126.96.36.199.64215 or above, so anyone who bought a copy on the day one release should be able to make use of the trainer without any problems.
There’s another trainer available for download from over on MegaDev.info.
The trainer features the following Hunting Simulator 2 cheat options:
- +1,000 Money
- Reset Money to 0
- Infinite Ammo
- No Reload
- Infinite Stamina
- Infinite Breath
As is usual with MegaDev, two of the cheats are available for free, including the option to add infinite amounts of money and to reset your money to zero.
I imagine the infinite money cheat will certainly come in handy, but I’m not too sure about resetting all your dosh to nil.
Last but not least is a premium trainer available for download from over on Cheat Happens.
The Hunting Simulator 2 cheat trainer comes with the following options:
• Unlimited Stamina
• Unlimited Hold Breath
• Unlimited Ammo
• No Reload
• Game Speed
• Edit: Money
• Edit: Expertise
• Edit: Drive
• Edit: Stamina
As mentioned, you’ll need to register with Cheat Happens to get your hands on the trainer, since they require a premium membership in order to download their cheat tools. The upside is that they consistently keep their tools updated and fresh, and also have a rather large stash of cheat options.
Hunting Simulator 2 is currently available right now for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and on the Steam store for PC. It has some mixed ratings due to the game feeling “clunky” and “unpolished” in some areas, so maybe it might be best to wait to pick up a copy until after they patch in some quality of life updates and iron out some of the kinks.