After selling more than 17 million copies, Red Dead Redemption 2 is a certified success. It’s time to rip up the rule book and rampage through the game like a proper outlaw with these cheat codes.
Now you’ve spent countless hours living your true cowboy fantasy on Red Dead Redemption 2, you’re probably feeling proper tough, aren’t ya partner?
But you’re not a true outlaw unless you’re hacking the open-world Rockstar game and running rampant with a load of filthily delicious cheat codes.
To enter a cheat is really simple: pause the game > access Settings > press triangle (or Y on Xbox) to be shown the cheat screen.
To activate the cheats simply enter the phrases below and start causing absolute cowboy havoc.
Basic weapons = A simple life, a beautiful death
Create race horse = Run! Run! Run!
Create Superior Horse = You want more than you have
Create Wagon = Keep your dreams simple
Decrease Wanted Level = You want freedom
Forces you to become drunk = A fool on command
Increase Wanted Level = You want punishment
Increase Whistle Range for Horse = Better than my dog
Own all Outfits = Vanity. All is vanity
Reset Honor = Balance. All is balance
Set Health, Stamina and Dead Eye Bars to Full = You flourish before you die
Set your Dead Eye to level 3 = I shall be better
Set your Dead Eye to level 5 = I seek and I find
Stealth weapons = Death is silence
Infinite Ammo = Abundance is the dullest desire (You’ll need to own a newspaper)
Heavy Ammo = Greed is American Virtue (You’ll need to own a newspaper)
Gunslinger Weapons = History is written by fools
Fog of War (Reveals entire map) = You long for sight and see nothing
Learn All Recipes = Eat of Knowledge
Infinite Stamina = The lucky be strong evermore (You’ll need to own a newspaper)
Increase horse bonding = My kingdom is a horse
One important caveat, though: as soon as you enable a cheat code you won’t be able to save your single player progress or collect Trophies of Achievements.
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