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Resident Evil 2 Remake Cheats Add Invincibility, Unlimited Ammo, More

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Resident Evil 2 Remake CHEATS

The Resident Evil 2 remake releases today on multiple platforms, and the general consensus is that it’s a masterpiece. Capcom has successfully brought back the horror classic from the 90’s and updated it for modern gaming, while adding in some new twists and turns. The game definitely still has that old-school challenge, however, and if you’re struggling then we have some cheats for you.

A new cheat trainer for the game went live on cheathappens.com recently, and it adds lots of things that will make the game much easier. These includes things like invincibility and unlimited ammo, which are enough to remove all challenge from the game entirely. If those aren’t enough for you, though, then there’s much more to check out. The following is the complete cheat trainer:

Player Invincible

Super Health

Unlimited Ammo

No Reload

Set Inventory Space

Zombie’s Don’t Attack

Easy Kill Enemies

Invisible to Tyrant

Super Speed

Reset Demo Clock

Unlimited Ink Ribbons

Unlimited Weapon Durability

Next up we have a cheat trainer from megadev.info, packing even more cheats for you to sink your teeth into. The following is the complete cheat trainer:

Prepare

Infinite Knife Durability

Infinite Ammo

Low Health

No Reload

God Mode

One Hit Kill

Item +1

Item -1

Finally, we have a handful of cheats from mrantifun.net, which features cheats that are more or less the same ones found in the other trainers. They are the following:

Inf.Health

Inf.Ammo

No Reload

Inf.Ink Ribbon

Inf.Durability

Resident Evil 2 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. If you’re planning on picking the game up, you can check out the download file size for each platform.

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GTA 6’s Record-Breaking Trailer Changes Tom Petty Streams

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Love Is a Long Road, the Tom Petty song in the GTA 6 trailer, saw a 36,979% stream increase after Rockstar’s reveal this week. Week-on-week Spotify data suggests that, but we’re sure it’s trending similarly on Apple Music and others.

Rockstar and the streaming service released an official Grand Theft Auto Radio playlist with six hours of hits from ZZ Top, Dr. Dre, Megadeth, and others. You can hear it here. Ever wanted to listen to Tom Petty this week?

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Atlus Fans Should Watch The Game Awards for PS5, PS4 Metaphor Update: ReFantazio

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This week’s Game Awards—what to expect? Geoff Keighley is keeping most announcements under wraps, but he has teased an update on Atlus’ long-awaited Metaphor: ReFantazio. The Persona team’s latest project may be released in 2024, according to rumors.

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The title returned this summer after being revealed eons ago, but details are scarce. A new trailer should show more story, gameplay, and systems, as well as a possible launch date. Want to see more of this? The link will tell you when the Game Awards are.

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Skyrim Paid Mods Take Another Hit from Bethesda

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If you play video games, you’ve probably played Skyrim, Bethesda’s decade-old open-world RPG. It’s become a meme after endless rereleases. The company wants to sell paid, player-created mods again after not getting the message from players.

Bethesda tested selling Skyrim mods on Steam in 2015, generously giving modders 25% of the proceeds. After Steam’s 30% platform fee, Bethesda would receive 45%, the “current industry standard.”. After fan backlash, Bethesda removed paid mods, and Steam refunded all purchases.

In subsequent years, Bethesda’s Creation Club added user-created content to Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition, requiring that it not violate lore. Bethesda could also release official Creation Club content on PlayStation.

The developer revealed Bethesda Game Studios Creations and a major update for the oldest RPG today. Players can still upload free mods, but creators can now apply for the Verified Creator Program. Certified modders can charge for their work. Since paid moderators no longer have lore-friendly restrictions, expect chaos.

This is already upsetting the community, and the line between official Creation Club content and moderators is blurring. The fact that paid mods disable PlayStation Trophies but not free Creation content is a disaster.

What do you think of Skyrim’s sorry state? Still playing? How’s the PlayStation Creation Club content?

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