This guide will not involve any injection or active hacks. All it is about is editing the conquest game files. It is intended to have fun with the game, and you shall do this at your own risk. Fight upon the Ravenfield together with your Blue allies. This involves taking down those pesky Reds using helicopters, tanks, guns, and active ragdoll physics! There is a lot in store when it comes to Ravenfield. Explore on your own and unlock all that is hidden!
Conquest Mode Cheats for Ravenfield (Commands)
Finding the saved file
Another way of going there is hitting Win+R and typing %appdata%, once there go back to one folder and you should see LocalLow there, the rest should be easy.
Inside the “Saves” folder, there should be a file called “autosave.xml”, that’s the file we need.
Go ahead and open it with either WordPad or Notepad++.
Basics of the save file
There are a couple of values you need to know before starting to edit the file.
This contains the stats of all 20 tiles on the map.
- <objectName>: This is the name of the tile, don’t change it unless you want to break the game.
- <owner>: This defines the owner of the tile. Eagle is 0 and Raven is 1 if you want to control all tiles, set every number next to each <owner> to 0.
- <battalions>: This sets how many battalions are on the tile. The max value it can have is 3, but more and the game will most likely crash. The color of the battalions depends on the <owner> value.
- <tappedBattalions>: This defines how many battalions are selected for moves. Do NOT change this value!
- <resourceGain>: This is how many resource values the team will gain in the next turn, you can play with this value but it’s a hit or miss, it sometimes doesn’t work. The resource types are shown here:
- <availableResources>: This is the current amount of resources the team has. The resource types are the same as before. This is most likely what you want to change
How To Edit
Make sure the game is closed, otherwise it won’t work.
The process is easy, just change the values you want to change, use the previous 2 parts above for guidance. After you’re done, save the file and open the game, the changes should apply when you press continue.
About Ravenfield and Features
Ravenfield is a single-player game in the vein of older team-vs-team AI shooters. The game is designed to be easy to pick up and play, but also rewarding for all skill levels!
- Easy-to-pickup, singleplayer mayhem
- Fight as infantry, or in-ground vehicles, aircraft, or watercraft
- Active ragdoll physics combines tactical strategies with a sprinkle of silly fun
- The number of combatants is only limited by what your computer can handle!
- Damaged soldiers drop team-colored blood splats, indicating where battles have taken place
Ravenfield is being developed as an early access game, with major content updates scheduled to be released every 4-6 weeks. Additionally, incremental updates are distributed via a beta branch for those who do not fear slightly more buggy releases.
While some content, such as new weapons, vehicles, and maps will be released on a regular basis, other key features will be added roughly in the following order:
- Custom map support
- Steam Workshop integration
- AI Commanding
- Custom weapon support
- Custom vehicle support
- Conquest mode