The cooperative first-person shooter from 10 Chambers Collective called GTFO is the next step in the co-op survival genre that was popularized by games like Left 4 Dead and No More Room In Hell. For gamers who are playing it solo and need a bit of help, there are some cheats to give you a bit of boost during those turbulent times.
The first cheat trainer is available from over on MegaDev.info.
The trainer contains the following GTFO cheats:
Like all cheats made available on MegaDev, some of them are free. In particular, the heal player cheat, along with the ability to modify the movement speed of the character are all free. So this is really useful for being able to speed through certain sections of the map or keep yourself healed during those difficult firefights.
The more tasty options, such as god mode, infinite ammo, or stealth mode, are premium cheats. So you’ll have to pay a toll in the form of a membership to get your hands on those options.
There’s another free trainer available over on Teletype.
The trainer comes with the following cheats for GTFO:
I haven’t used Teletype before and I’m not entirely sure how trustworthy it is an outfit for providing cheat trainers, so definitely proceed with caution.
An always reliable outlet for trainers is Cheat Happens.
They have a premium trainer that contains the following GTFO cheats:
The trainer, as mentioned, is premium. This means that you will have to sign up to make use of the trainer. It’s compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10, and works just fine with the Steam version of the game.
Last but not least is a free trainer available for download over on Apocanow.
The GTFO trainer comes equipped with the following cheats:
Now take note that these trainers and cheat options are best used in single-player mode. If you attempt to use the cheats while in multiplayer you run a very dangerous risk of getting reported and having your account VAC banned from Steam. That would essentially make it where you can no longer play games in multiplayer on Steam anymore.
As for GTFO… the game is currently available over on the Steam store for $34.99 in Early Access.
It has some fairly positive feedback, but the biggest drawback right now is the lack of matchmaking. Hopefully, they add in the necessary updates and upgrades to lure in the core audience, because it’s going to be tough for a game like GTFO to maintain any sense of success as a multiplayer-only title if it doesn’t even have the basic multiplayer accouterments.