Best Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag Cheats
Hitting the high seas for adventure in Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag has been a blast, but once you've seen everything there is to see, what more is there to do? Plenty, we say. If you happen to have time to complete Abstergo Challenges, you'll be able to earn some cheats that should make the enjoyable life of a pirate even more ridiculous.
Abstergo Challenges are all over the place, and can be earned simply by playing the game. There are multiple types of challenges, including Pirate Challenges (Complete 3 Naval Contracts, Drink 5 Glasses of Rum, Unlock 5 Taverns), Explorer Challenges (Loot 10 Underwater Chests, Collect All 200 Animus Fragments, Survive 10 Shark Attacks), and Golden Boy Challenges (Spend 50,000 Reales, Pickpocket 200 Reales, Possess 100,000 Reales), and so on. There are 100 total in Black Flag, and you'll have to complete them all if you want to earn every last cheat possible.
Keep in mind, if you do get a cheat and activate it, the ability to save will be turned off. Ubisoft wants to ensure your experience with the core game will remain authentic.
This cheat gives you the ability to lock the day/night cycle to whatever time you choose. You could live in perpetual night, or keep your fleet powered by solar rays all day forever.
Black Flag does a nice job avoiding terrible pirate dialogue cliches, but once you have this cheat unlocked, those good practices go right out the window. Be prepared to hear plenty of "Shiver me timbers," and "Arrr, mateys."
Think Assassin's Creed is too easy? With No Quarter, you can turn Black Flag into a more hardcore experience. Activating it turns off health regeneration for both Edward and the Jackdaw.
Ramping things up even further, Scourge puts your wanted level at maximum... permanently. With both this and No Quarter turned on, there's no where you can run to stay safe.
Live the life of a true rum runner with this code. Edward will be permanently drunk, just like that ol' drunkard Calico Jack.
Rule the high seas, literally. With Poseidon's Will, you can control the ocean's mood. Like the seas to be docile as a lamb? You can do that. Want to recreate 'The Perfect Storm?' Yeah, you can try it. Probably have about as much success as Clooney, too.
Nothing could be finer than to walk into a fort with nothing but your blades by your side. Of course, with the aid of this cheat, that's actually feasible since Edward or the Jackdaw won't take a single lick of damage whatsoever.
If you really want a trip that'll change the game dramatically, activate Shiver Me Timbers. All your enemies turn from deadly pirates into treacherous Rabbids. Yep, Rabbids.
Never worry about running out of ammo ever. Both Edward and the Jackdaw will have infinite ammunition. Might come in handy if you've got some of the hardcore cheats activated, too.
Master the legions of the undead, and summon them to your beck and call. With Deceased Crew, you can control a ship full of zombies.