Starlink: Battle for Atlas Cheats & Cheat Codes for Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Windows, and More

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Cheats & Cheat Codes for Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Windows, and More

Starlink: Battle for Atlas is an action-adventure game that was first released on October 16, 2018 for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. It was later released on April 30, 2019 for Microsoft Windows. It was developed by Ubisoft Toronto and published by Ubisoft.

This is the first switch game to ever feature Star Fox characters, several weeks before they were in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. While the game got many positive reviews, it was considered one of Ubisoft’s failures due to low sales. But that shouldn’t deter you from trying it out, it has been praised for its incredible design, satisfying mechanics, and accessibility.

This space adventure takes players through the fictional Atlas star system. Early in the game, the player’s mothership, the Equinox, is ambushed by the Forgotten Legion and crashes on a nearby planet. The captain of the Equinox is then taken hostage. The Forgotten Legion’s leader, Grax, is obsessed with an extinct race, called the Wardens, who left their ancient technology behind. Grax is a constant threat to the player throughout their journey.

In this game, players pilot spaceships through different parts of the Atlas system. Players will meet different alien species and form alliances to accomplish various different goals. Forming alliances can change the game’s world state and gameplay experience. The player’s spaceship can be extensively customized with different weapons, wings, and spacecraft modules. Different combinations can be more effective towards different enemy types.

Starlink: Battle for Atlas has a total of 18 pilots. There are 6 in the base game, an additional 3 added into the deluxe addition, 5 added by Collection pack 2, and 4 Nintendo Switch exclusives. No matter which edition or console you are on, you have a wide variety to choose from. Each pilot has their own unique appearance, personality, and abilities that prove useful in the journey.

The 4 available for the Nintendo Switch version are all characters from the Star Fox franchise.

At the time of this article, Starlink: Battle for Atlas does not have any prequels or sequels. While it may be a standalone game, it does have several DLCs that add more content. If you’re interested in what each pack has to offer, check out the lists below.

The base game includes:

  • Starlink Game
  • 4 Starships : Zenith, Neptune, Pulse, Lance
  • 6 Pilots : Mason, Judge, Chase, Hunter, Levi, Razor
  • 12 Weapons : Flamethrower, Frost Barrage, Shredder, Levitator, Volcano, Imploder, Iron Fist, Alt. Freeze Ray, Crusher, Super Gatling, Shockwave, Alt. Gauss

The deluxe edition includes:

  • Starlink Game
  • 5 Starships : Zenith, Neptune, Pulse, Lance, Nadir
  • 9 Pilots : Mason, Judge, Chase, Hunter, Shaid, Levi, Razor, Eli, Kharl
  • 15 Weapons: Flamethrower, Frost Barrage, Shredder, Levitator, Volcano, Imploder, Nullifier, Iron Fist, Alt. Freeze Ray, Crusher, Super Gatling, Shockwave, Alt. Gauss, Hailstorm, Alt. Meteor
*The Nintendo Switch version of both editions also comes with the iconic Fox McCloud from the Star Fox series as a pilot.

Collection pack 1 DLC:

  • Nadir Starship Pack (pilot Shaid, Nadir starship and the Nullifier weapon)
  • Kharl Pilot
  • Eli Pilot
  • Hailstorm Weapon Pack (Hailstorm and Meteor Mk.2 weapons)

Collection pack 2 DLC:

  • Skullscream Starship Pack (Skullescream Starship, Rankor Pilot, Tidal Wave Weapon)
  • Vigilance Starship Pack ( Vigilance Starship, Galla Pilot, Jaunt Weapon)
  • Vantage Starship Pack (Vantage Starship, Fern Pilot, Ice Mine Weapon)
  • Startail Pilot Pack (Startail Pilot and her special pilot ability Armageddon)
  • Haywire Pilot Pack (Haywire Pilot and his special pilot ability Hack Override)
  • Gauss Gun Weapon Pack (Gauss Gun and Volcano MK.2 weapons)
  • Fury Cannon Weapon Pack (Fury Cannon and Imploder MK.2 weapons)
  • Freeze Ray Weapon Pack (Freeze Ray and Levitator MK.2 weapons)
  • Meteor Weapon Pack (Meteor and Nullifier MK.2 weapons)

Star Fox Team Pilot Pack:

*Exclusive to the Nintendo Switch edition
  • 3 Pilots: Peppy Hare, Slippy Toad, and Falco Lombardi

Unfortunately for players, Starlink: Battle for Atlas does not have any cheat codes. Many modern-day games have abandoned the cheat code system that was iconic at the beginning of the gaming industry. They were originally a tool for developers that is no longer needed. Luckily, players who own the PC version are still able to implement cheats into the game by downloading a cheat trainer. These trainers can activate useful cheats such as the following:

  • No Damage
  • Unlimited
  • Weapon Power and Orbital Strike
  • Unlimited Afterburner
  • Unlimited Shield
  • Fast Weapon Mastery
  • Easy Collect Electrum
  • Easy Pilot Skillpoints
  • Easy Collect Nova/Cogs
  • Game Speed

There are no current cheats available for the console versions at this time.

While Starlink: Battle for Atlas does not have any of your typical cheat codes, it does have 41 different achievements players can spend hours earning.

AceSpend 14 Skill Points on a single pilot
AntifreezeUse Heat to defeat an Ice Giant
AstronomerDiscover all the planets in Atlas
Blowing Off SteamThermal Shock 10 targets
Boldly GoExtend Starlink’s range to bring the fight to Grax
CartographerMap every part of a planet
Close ScrapeDefeat an Extractor or Prime with your shields down
Counter MasterTime Active Shield perfectly to reflect an attack 10 times
CryogenicShatter 5 Frozen targets
Decked OutFill your ship with Epic or Legendary Mods
Diplomatic NetworkGet at least 25% alliance on every planet

Discover every animal species in Atlas
ExplorerRecord every Discovery on a planet
FirefighterUse Cold to defeat a Fire Giant
Fully LoadedEquip 8 ship & weapon mods on a ship build, using Rare, Epic, or Legendary mods
Having a BlastHit 5 targets with a single Stasis blast combo
Helping HandIn COOP, repair your partner after they get shot down
Home Sweet HomeBuild 8 Equinox Upgrades
JailbreakDestroy a Dreadnought
Legendary ModderAcquire a Legendary Mod
Memory of the WardensFind a Warden Relic
MentorInvest in a pilot’s Mentor skill, to make your whole crew stronger
New FrontiersDiscover your first new planet outside the Trade Sector
Perfect UnionBuild a Starlink Tower on every planet
ProsperityGain 100% alliance on a planet

Savior of Atlas
Defeat Grax
ScavengerLoot 10 derelict ships in space
Science!Build your first Expedition workshop
Ship MasteryEarn 3 skill points from mastering ships
Space PoliceTrap 3 targets in a single Gravity Vortex
State of the ArtNeutralize 5 Outlaw Hideouts in Space
Strength in UnityUpgrade two sections of the Equinox to their maximum level
Tag TeamAlly with all 5 Outpost types
That’s The SpotIn COOP, defeat a Prime together
That’s The SpotDefeat 10 targets by shooting at their weak spots using Precision weapons like Shredder
The Bigger They AreDestroy A Prime
Tune-UpEquip your first mod
UpcyclingUse Fusion to craft a higher-level mod
We Have LiftoffEnter space from a planet for the first time
Weapon MasteryEarn 6 Pilot Skill points from mastering weapons
XenobiologistDiscover 5 Animal Species

Does Starlink: Battle for Atlas have cheat codes?
No, a built-in cheat code system is unavailable for Starlink: Battle for Atlas, but a cheat trainer can be downloaded for the PC version of the game. This cheat trainer can grant extra lives, super speed, infinite coins, and much more.

What are cheat codes for?

Cheat codes are exploits that can change the game’s behavior and give players an advantage. They may move players to the next level, make the player immune to damage, or some other action that wouldn’t take place without them.

They can also make the game more accessible and appealing to casual gamers or those who find the game’s current state inaccessible.

What is the difference between cheat codes and cheat trainers?

They both give players some sort of advantage in the game, whether they make their speed runs faster or to make the game more accessible to them. But cheat codes are built into the game by the developers. What many people don’t know is that cheat codes were originally a tool by developers to make game testing easier. With the gaming industry becoming so large, cheat codes are no longer needed and are becoming less frequent in new titles.

Cheat trainers are external tools that are made by third parties to be downloaded. Since cheat trainers can be made by almost anyone, they can even be seen as the more accessible option. They have more options for what they can do than your usual cheat code. Players can adjust the speed of the game, camera speed, and other things that can make it difficult for certain players.

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