Rage 2 Cheats - How to Get Cheat Codes

Cheat codes are special options in Rage 2. They’re there to either make the game easier, or change the way it plays in funny ways. Unlike most games, Rage 2 won’t allow you to just type them in – instead, you’ll have to unlock the cheats before you can start using them. If you’re wondering how to get cheat codes in Rage 2, or what they do, you’ve come to the right place.

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Rage 2 Cheats – How to Get Cheat Codes

How to unlock cheats in Rage 2?

In order to unlock cheat codes, you’ll have to find a special vendor called the Wasteland Wizard. We still don’t know much about him, but we do know he’s going to sell cheats in exchange for in-game currency. Cheats will be added to the game on a rotational basis, which makes us think the Wizard will be like Xur, only appearing at certain times of the week. We’re going to write a separate guide compiling a list of all the locations the vendor appears in as soon as the game goes live.

Rage 2 cheat code list

Here’s a list of all the cheats that have been confirmed so far:

He’s On Fire: Additional voiceover by Tim Kitzrow.
Diamond Geezer: Additional voiceover by Danny Dyer.
Son of Thor: The player becomes electric, frying anyone that gets too close.
Klegg Support: Klegg Clayton is spawned as a companion.
Phoenix Rejector Seat: When you try to eject from the vehicle, you’ll drop to the ground and the vehicle will be launched into the air.
Super Wingstick: Your wingstick gains homing abilities.
Git Gud: Enemies die after one hit.
Progress Booster: Double all feltrite collected for 4 hours.
Super Overdrive: Boosts the power of your overdrive.
Red Barrel Rain: Drops a cluster of red barrels in front of you.
Super Phoenix: Makes the Phoenix even more powerful – infinite ammo and boosts, no damage nor overheating.

That’s it for now. We’ll keep updating this page with new cheats as we discover them. If you find some we’re missing, feel free to let us know in the comments and we’ll add them.

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