LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Where to Enter Cheat Codes

The new Lego game, Marvel Super Heroes 2, is now out. There’s tons of stuff to explore and unlock. On top of that, like with all such games, there’s a list of cheat codes that you can enter to unlock different hidden characters (for more info, check out our LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Cheat Codes guide). In this article, on the other hand, we’re gonna help you figure out where to enter cheat codes in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2.

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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Where to Enter Cheat Codes
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Where to Enter Cheat Codes

There are two ways that you can enter cheat codes in Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2. Before we explain both methods, though, there’s an important addendum here. You can’t enter any cheat codes until you complete the first mission in the game. So, before you get to play as Ant Man, Loki, Ragnarok, Culture, Winter Soldier, and others, you’ll have to finish at least that one mission. After you do, you’re all clear for the cheats.

So, the first way to input Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 cheats is pretty simple. All you have to do is to enter the game’s menu. From there, go into the Options menu, and then select Extras. Look for the Enter Code option, select it, and type out whichever code you want. The second method is also not that complicated, just a little more roundabout. You’ll have to use the computer in Gwenpool’s room, and here’s where to find it. After you’re done with the first mission, the game will take you into the Avenger’s Mansion during the tutorial. Start from the mansion’s lodge. Head up the stairs to the left and look for Gwenpool’s room. All you have to do now is to interact with the computer in the room and type out your cheat of choice.

Whichever method you use, you’ll know that you’ve inserted the code correctly when you get the “Character Unlocked” notification. In case you’re still having trouble with entering the cheat codes, please check out our video below for visual aid.

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