System Era Softworks’ Astroneer has been one of the various games that started off as an indie Early Access title, and slowly trawled its way through the development phase until it launched in full on the Steam store and on the Xbox One in late 2016. It’s one of those sci-fi survive-and-build games that used to be all the rage before the battle royale fad, but hundreds of thousands of people absolutely adore Astroneer, and for the people still playing it there are some nifty, updated cheats available for it.
The first cheat trainer is available for download over on Mr. Antifun’s forum.
The trainer contains the following Astroneer cheats:
The trainer is regularly updated to keep pace with System Era Software’s updates for the game. So all of the cheats work just as well as they did when the trainer first launched, up until now.
The trainer is also free so you don’t have to worry about membership fees or premiums to gain access to the tools.
There’s another free trainer that’s also been updated to match the latest version of Astroneer over on WeMod.
The cheats featured in the Astroneer trainer are listed below:
They’re the same as Mr. Antifun, so basically it’s just an alternative option for you to explore in case you wanted a different outlet to use the same methods to cheat in the game.
There’s both a free and a premium trainer available for download over on MegaDev.info.
This trainer features the following Astroneer cheats:
Now this trainer contains a free cheat in the form of infinite battery life, but the rest require a membership. As for the 5,000 bytes cheat, you first need to have acquired enough bytes to have researched at least one blueprint. From there you’ll be able to unlock 5,000 bytes every time you unlock a new blueprint. Definitely a nifty cheat.
There’s a full-on premium trainer that was recently updated and currently available for download over on Cheat Happens.
Now some of you might be wondering “Why would I want a premium trainer?” Well, it’s because this trainer not only works for the Steam version of the game, but also for the Windows 10 version of the game from the Windows Store, which means that you could technically save the data to your Xbox Live profile and transfer it over to the Xbox One version of Astroneer.
That’s an extremely useful function of the Play Anywhere feature, which I’m sure some cheaters definitely appreciate when cross-saving from PC to Xbox.
The table contains the following cheats for Astroneer:
You can grab the game right now for just $29.99. The game is a Play Anywhere enabled title, so for trainers that work on the Windows 10 version of the game, you can use it to give yourself a little bit of a resource bump and then carry that over to the Xbox One version of the game to show it off to your friends.
With that being said, keep in mind that you should only use these cheats actively when playing in offline mode. If you enable the trainers while playing online you will be VAC banned from the Steam version, or you will see your Gamertag getting banned if you’re playing it online via Xbox Live on the Windows 10 version of the game.
So as always, cheat smart and cheat responsibly, otherwise, you’ll get caught… like Jeffrey Epstein.