Total War Saga: Troy Cheats Offers Infinite Gold, Resources

Total War Saga Troy Cheats

Sega is keeping the Total War train running with the latest entry in the series known as Total War Saga: Troy. The Total War Saga games are like mini-sagas compared to the larger scale outings, but people still enjoy them nonetheless. Plenty of people decided to go sailing for Total War Saga: Troy after the game released as a timed exclusive on the Epic Games Store, but if you were in need of some cheats they’re available to download right now.

The first cheat trainer can be acquired from over on

The Total War Saga: Troy trainer comes equipped with the following cheats:

  • Unlimited Movement
  • Unlimited Food
  • Unlimited Wood
  • Unlimited Stone
  • Unlimited Bronze
  • Unlimited Gold
  • Set Game Speed

The trainer app is free, so you don’t have to worry about paying out any dosh to get your hands on the Total War Saga: Troy cheats.

The next trainer is available to download for free from over on Fearless Revolution.

The cheat trainer is based on the Fearless Revolution Cheat Engine and comes with the following Total War Saga: Troy cheats:

  • Add 500 Food
  • Add 500 Wood
  • Add 500 Stone
  • Add 500 Bronze
  • Add 500 Gold
  • Food Editor
  • Wood Editor
  • Stone Editor
  • Bronze Editor
  • Gold Editor

The trainer grants you access to editing any of the necessary resources to stay ahead of your rivals and keep your army in tip-top shape.

The ability to edit the gold in the game also ensures that you’ll never be left wanting when it comes to purchasing units or building structures.

There’s a free and premium trainer available for download from over on

The trainer features the following cheats for Total War Saga: Troy:

  • 1,000 Food
  • -1,000 Food
  • +1,000 Wood
  • +1,000 Stone
  • -1,000 Wood
  • -1,000 Stone
  • +1,000 Bronze
  • +1,000 Gold
  • Current character: +1 skillpoint
  • Current character: +1,000 experiences
  • Current city: +1 population surplus
  • Current city: +100 growth
  • -1,000 Bronze
  • -1,000 Gold
  • Current character: 0 skillpoints
  • Own units 1HP (select army)
  • Own units 50% HP (select army)
  • Heal own units (select army)
  • Infinite movement
  • Happy cities
  • Fast upgrades
  • Fast build
  • Enemy units 1HP (select army)
  • Enemy units 50% HP (select army)
  • Fast Royal Decrees

The highlight of the MegaDev trainer is that it has a lot of different options to manipulate, especially when it comes to the battle mechanics, which is something oftentimes missing from other trainers.

Some of the cheats in the trainer are also free, such as being able to access infinite amounts of food, which is a nice incentive to get people lured into establishing a premium account at MegaDev.

Last but not least is a premium trainer from Cheat Happens.

The trainer comes equipped with the following Total War Saga: Troy cheats:

• Game Speed
• Unlimited Movement
• Selected Army On Map Refill Health
• Selected Army On Map Enemy Low Health
• Invincible Army In Battle
• Unlimited Ammo
• Unlimited Morale
• Unlimited Stamina
• Fast Construction
• Cities Have Max Happiness
• One Turn Royal Decrees
• Unlock Royal Decrees
• Unlimited Rage
• Fast Ability Cooldowns
• Unlimited Aristela Points
• Unlimited Aristela Points
• Max Aristela Bar
• Master Of Diplomacy
• Edit: Food
• Edit: Wood
• Edit: Stone
• Edit: Bronze
• Edit: Gold
• Edit: Skill Points
• Edit: Rank
• Edit: Experience
• Edit: Growth
• Edit: Population Surplus
• Edit: Current Number of Units

Now obviously the Cheat Happens trainer is easily one of the most feature-rich trainers out there, but that’s because it requires a premium membership to access all of the contents of the trainer.

If you’re okay with that then you can give it a go.

As for Total War Saga: Troy, the real-time strategy game is currently available right now as a timed exclusive on the Epic Games Store, and it isn’t expected to arrive on other digital distribution services until 2021. You can still wishlist or favorite the game over on the Steam store but most others are exercising sea-based libertarianism to accommodate their desires to play the game.