Red Dead Redemption 2 Trainer, Play With Any Model In The Game
Touring Red Dead Redemption 2‘s open map on horseback is fabulous, but wouldn’t it be great to have a bird’s eye view of the open world? Literally? A trainer for RDR2 singleplayer is here already, and it lets you change from Arthur into an eagle, a wolf, and, any other model in the game.
A few warnings, and consider them stern ones!
It also gives out a warning from Rockstar that mods are not supported and may result in an online ban.
Only try this trainer in singleplayer, not in online mode—mods are not backed by Rockstar. And it will give you a warning from Rockstar.
Backup your save and game files before being adventurous. Don’t save the game while playing as a model, and disable autosaves while you are using the trainer.
And remove everything before playing Red Dead Online. And you might get banned nevertheless, we don’t really know so do it at your own risk. Also, the trainer might crash the game, and also get you stuck under the map at one point. Trying to switch camera views also caused a frozen screen and then a crash.
If you understand the warnings and the risks involved, here’s how it works. You can get Lenny’s Simple Trainer from here. Download the files and install them in the game’s root directory. When you fire up Red Dead Redemption 2, you’ll hear a few loud noises, which indicates the trainer is installed and up and running. Once you fire up the game into your singleplayer mode, pressing F7 will turn you into an eagle, and F8 will make you a wolf.
If you want to turn into something else, you can edit the mod’s lst.ini file when the game is running, and add a separate model to the F7 or F8 keys. Here’s a list of the game’s models. You can also use the trainer to teleport using the F9, F10, and F11 keys, and making changes to the same ini file will let you enter the coordinates for the teleportation.