Warrior Cats Codes not Available

The fact that Warrior Cats codes are not available seems to be causing some confusion among players. Maybe you feel like your version of the game is glitched out or something. Well, I can assure you that it’s not the case. There just aren’t any codes active at the moment, as we’ll explain in this guide.

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warrior cats codes not available
Warrior Cats Codes not Available

Warrior Cats Codes not Available

There are no codes available in Warrior Cats, as we’ve already explained. However, what we want to do here is make certain you understand that this isn’t some kind of bug or anything at your part. There’s simply zero active codes for the game at the moment. However, if the Discord group is to be believed (via Try Hard Guides), the devs are working on putting out some Twitter and other codes soon. We’ll be sure to keep you posted when that does happen. In the meantime, just enjoy the game for what it is.

Once there are some codes to redeem, all you’ll need to do to use them is go into the cat editor and tap the “Codes” button in the top middle of the screen. In the new window, enter a code into the text box and then click the “Submit” button. Rinse and repeat until you’ve redeemed them all. And even though the are no Warrior Cats codes available at the time of writing, you can be sure that once they add some, you’ll be able to unlock fun stuff with them. They might be in-game resources, cosmetics, who knows!

For those of you not in the know, Warrior Cats is based on the “Warriors” novels. The series, written by several authors under the collective pseudonym Erin Hunter, follows the adventures of several “clans” of feral cats. So, if you’ve ever wanted to immerse yourself into the world of “Warriors,” this game might just be the one for you, codes or no codes.

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