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1471912cookie-checkUboat Cheats Grant You God Mode, Infinite Money, Unlimited Fuel
6 May 2019
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Uboat Cheats Grant You God Mode, Infinite Money, Unlimited Fuel

Deep Water Studio and PlayWay S.A.’s Uboat recently launched on Steam for PC. The realistic World War II simulator attempts to capture the dangers, tactics, and realism of strategically operating a Uboat during the war. If you’re currently deep-diving into the game but you’re interested in making use of a few cheats to ease up on the difficulty, you can do so thanks to a free trainer that’s available right now.

There’s a free cheat trainer available for download from over on the Mr. Antifun forum.

The trainer contains the following cheat options for Uboat:

God Mode

Infinite Money

Infinite Reputation Points

Infinite Battery

Infinite Oxygen

These are all basic cheats to make the game easier in one way or another, from the god mode cheat so that you no longer take damage, to the infinite fuel and money so you never have to worry about running out of resources or cash. There’s something in there for every type of cheater.

You can see how the cheats can be utilized in the game with the trainer video below.

Uboat launched into Early Access on Steam at the tail end of April. Developer Deep Water Studio has been actively updating the game since, with new patches and features being sprinkled in throughout the development cycle, which is expected to last up until early 2020.

The full version of the game will feature a fleshed-out story campaign mode that allows you to play through missions spanning the entirety of World War II, along with new ships, new aircraft, built-in mod support, and improved optimization.

Even while the game is still far from complete, Uboat has already garnered overwhelmingly positive reviews from gamers who have put in some time and dedication to the war sim.

You can check out Uboat right now for $29.99 over on the Steam store, or keep an eye on the game and wait for it to graduate from Early Access in early 2020.

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