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Every Project IGI 2: Covert Strike cheat code that you must know

Released in February 2003 by Innerloop Studios, IGI 2: Covert Strike is a sequel to a game ‘Project IGI’  where you play as David Jones, the elite agent and the one-man-army working for the Geotactical Intelligence Agency  to halt World War III from nearing. As a hero- a highly capable and resourceful lone operative inserted deep into enemy territory against overwhelming odds, you put a stop to global terrorism, worldwide holocaust, and betrayal at the highest level.

The game comes with a great first-person shooter with a touch of stealth where you can activate more than 30 authentic weapons and a silent takedown gives a significant advantage. With the 19-mission campaign set in the actual world covering three continents, stretching from all-out base strikes to furtive surveillance and intruding, it brings forth the thefts and escapes in outdoor and indoor settings throughout the urban and rural surroundings.

Moreover, you can create your plan and find your way through the challenging campaign. To attract more audience then, the game supported both single and multiplayer campaigns to enjoy the story as well as challenge your friends.

Also read: Every Project IGI cheat code that you must know

How to use cheat codes in IGI 2?

Using cheat codes on IGI 2: Covert Strike is the simplest ever as all you need to do is to activate the cheat must first type “nada” in the main menu and then enter the cheat codes  — listed below — to enable the corresponding effect.

You can use any of the cheat codes to get ahead swiftly in the game and have some fun when the going gets tough. 

IGI 2 Cheat CodesDescription
feedmeTo clear all enemies
GETALLIWANTTo clear all levels
ALLGODTo enable Godmode (Unlimited health, unlimited weapons)
EASYTo lower the difficulty level
ALLAMMOTo enable unlimited ammo

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