How to Use Dragon’s Dogma 2 Trainer and Cheats

One benefit of Dragon’s Dogma 2 being a single-player game is that you can use cheats and play however you want to play it. Officially, Dragon’s Dogma 2 doesn’t support cheats; however, you can use trainers and mods to do some wild things.

How to Use Cheats in Dragon’s Dogma 2

To use cheat codes in Dragon’s Dogma 2, you will have to rely on trainers and cheat tables. These cheats usually take time to appear; however, they are already available in the case of Dragon’s Dogma 2. Following are some options you can use to activate cheats in Dragon’s Dogma 2:

1. Use WeMod Trainer Cheats for Dragon’s Dogma 2

If you have been using cheats or trainers, chances are that you must have heard or used WeMod tool. This tool basically allows you to use cheats for your favorite games. It has user-friendly interface and you don’t have to go through any technical stuff to activate the cheats. I often use it to spice things up in different single-player games.

WeMod also has a cheat table for Dragon’s Dogma 2, which you can use for free. While the barebone version of the tool is free, you will have to buy it if you want to have access to all the options.

2. Use Fling or any Other Cheats Trainer

The second-best cheats option is Dragon’s Dogma 2 Fling trainer. It’s free as well and offers 17 cheats for now. If you don’t want to use WeMod, you can go for Fling. After Fling, you can find different trainers and Cheat tables on the internet, but I won’t recommend using them. Sometimes, using these trainers from unknown sources can cause trouble with Malware, so you should be careful about using them.

You can also use Mods as Cheats

Dragon’s Dogma 2 doesn’t support console commands by default. However, there are mods already on Nexus Mods that you can try to get specific outcomes or results. We are also hoping that there will be mods that will allow you to access console commands and make changes with ease.

Will Using Dragon’s Dogma 2 Trainer Get Me Banned?

The short answer is No! It won’t get you banned as it’s a single-player game, and you can use mods on it as well. I recommend that you do your first playthrough without cheats, and for the second playthrough, you can go wild. If you can’t find something you want to change through trainers and cheat tables, you can always visit Nexus Mods to see if there is a specific mod.

Dragon’s Dogma is currently facing a huge backlash for using Denuvo, performance issues, and microtransactions on PC. The game is plummeted to mostly negative reviews at the time of writing. It will be interesting to see if Capcom addresses these concerns or leaves this controversy as such.