Handy Cheat Codes Guide for GTA V

GTA V has remained one of the most popular video games even though more than 5 years have passed since it was first released. Many people continue to play the online portion of the game but some prefer the single-player experience.  In order to enhance your single-player experiences you may want to use some cheat codes.

Notice: This cheat work only for the single-player mode. If you attempt to use them in GTA Online nothing will happen.

PC users will have to press the ` or ~ button and enter a word while console users have to push a series of button in the order shown below. Enjoy!

God mode

PC: PAINKILLER

PS4/PS3: Right, X, Right, Left, Right, R1, Right, Left, X, Triangle

Xbox One/Xbox 360: Right, A, Right, Left, Right, RB, Right, Left, A, Y

Maximum health and armour

PC: TURTLE

PS4/PS3: Circle, L1, Triangle, R2, X, Square, Circle, Right, Square, L1, L1, L1

Xbox One/Xbox 360: B, LB, Y, RT, A, X, B, Right, X, LB, LB, LB

Gain access to all the weapons:

PC: TOOLUP

PS4/PS3: X, X, Square, R1, L1, X, Right, Left, X

Xbox One/Xbox 360: A, A, X, RB, LB, A, Right, Left, A

Instantly recharge the special ability:

PC: POWERUP

PS4/PS3: X, X, Square, R1, L1, X, Right, Left, X

Xbox One/Xbox 360: A, A, X, RB, LB, A, Right, Left, A

Increase the current wanted level:

PC: HIGHEX

PS4/PS3: Right, Square, X, Left, R1, R2, Left, Right, Right, L1, L1, L1

Xbox One/ Xbox 360: Right, X, A, Left, RB, RT, Left, Right, Right, LB, LB, LB

Bullet-time aim

PC: DEADEYE

PS4/PS3: Square, L2, R1, Triangle, Left, Square, L2, Right, X

Xbox One/Xbox 360: X, LT, RB, Y, Left, X, LT, Right, A

Run very fast

PC: CATCHME

PS4/PS3: Triangle, Left, Right, Right, L2, L1, Square

Xbox One/Xbox 360: Y, Left, Right, Right, LT, LB, X

Jump like Superman

PC: HOPTOIT

PS4/PS3: Left, Left, Triangle, Triangle, Right, Right, Left, Right, Square, R1, R2

Xbox One/Xbox 360: Left, Left, Y, Y, Right, Right Left, Right, X, RB, RT

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