Curve Digital and Fallen Tree Games’ American Fugitive rolled out on May 21st for the Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and on Steam for PC. The top-down, open-world, sandbox action game hearkens back to the original days of Grand Theft Auto when it was an overhead driving-shooter where getting hit once meant you died instantly.
Only this time around players are granted a little more leniency with American Fugitive but not much. Those of you who would prefer to take it easy and utilize “Journalist Mode” to get through the tougher segments of the game… there are some American Fugitive cheats for that.
The first trainer available can be downloaded for free from over on the Mr. Antifun forum.
The American Fugitive cheats available in the trainer are listed below:
Those are all useful enough to help you get through the game, easy-breezy with no problems. The infinite health keeps you from dying during shootouts and crashes, while the stamina means you can run indefinitely, and the upgrade points mean you can deck out your character with whatever you need.
There’s a second cheat trainer that contains both premium and free cheats for American Fugitive. You can grab it from over on MegaDev.info.
The American Fugitive cheats trainer features the following selections:
There are a few new options available in the MegaDev trainer for American Fugitive than the Mr. Antifun trainer, specifically the hardcore settings that make the game more difficult, such as shrinking your clip size, adding 10 seconds to the police arrival time, or purposefully giving yourself low stamina or low health.
There’s a third American Fugitive cheats trainer, but it’s a premium one. You can download it from over on Cheat Happens.
It features a lot of the basic options from above:
Now the big difference between this cheat trainer and the other two is that you can duplicate dropped items, or make certain items have unlimited consumable status. Alternatively, you can enable unlimited break-in item usages, so that you never run out.
There’s the extra sexy option of modifying the game speed, so you can make things faster or slower according to your tastes. And instead of maxing out your points or money, it allows you to edit what you need when you need it.
American Fugitive already garnering some positive user scores thanks to its classic GTA-inspired gameplay and unique setting of taking place in rural America in the 1980s.
The American Fugitive cheats trainers are only available for the PC version of the game, which is currently ripe for purchase from over on the Steam store for $19.99. Even still, if you have an Xbox One, PS4, or Nintendo Switch, you can also pick up the game from the respective digital storefronts to get your hands on the game.