Cheat Happens is proud to present the world's first RGB-enabled trainers. Now, using your RGB-addressable keyboard, you will be able to see which trainer hotkeys are available in the game and which ones you have activated, all without the need to ALT+TAB out to your desktop. We've started with Corsair, Logitech and Razer but will soon be adding more manufacturers to our line-up so keep checking back to see if your device has been added to our growing list of supported devices.
HOW TO FIND RGB-SUPPORTED TRAINERS?
Simply look for the green RGB icon next to the trainer description on the game's trainer page:
HOW TO ENABLE RGB EFFECTS ON SUPPORTED TRAINERS?
Load the trainer and click on the SETTINGS tab. Then look for RGB. Choose your device manufacturer from the dropdown and then click the ENABLE checkbox. The default colors are RED for trainer hotkeys that are useable and GREEN for hotkeys which have been enabled. These colors are customizable to your liking.
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO USE RGB-ENABLED TRAINERS?
This will depend on the keyboard manufacturer. Some will require that their RGB software also be running in the background, such as Corsair where iCue must be running at the same time as the trainers. Other manufacturers may not have any additional requirements aside from the DLL's built into the trainer.
CHEAT HAPPENS RGB PROFILES
Here you can download Cheat Happens custom RGB profiles for your gaming rig. They include CH colors and/or effects for your motherboard, fans, keyboard, mousepad, LED strips and more.
The Corsair Nexus device is an external touchscreen that can either mount to your Corsair keyboard or used stand-alone to display stats about your rig such as temperatures, CPU/GPU load, fan speeds, etc or it can also be used to assign hotkeys. We have created a custom Nexus profile for trainer activation and includes the most common trainer hotkeys across two screens that you can access with a quick swipe. You can import these screens to your existing screens and create multiple configurations.
While not RGB related, we also wanted to make you aware of the STREAM DECK by the folks at elgato. Originally designed to be a streamer's tool to easily and quickly activate all of the tools necessary to put together a successful stream, it has just transformed into a do almost anything box that can activate hotkeys, load apps, load websites, show CPU stats, weather and more. It just so happens that it's also very userful as a Cheat Happens Trainer Tool which can be used to activate the trainer and also turn on many of the standard cheats that use the numpad. We created a CH Stream Deck profile which can also get you to the CH homepage quickly, turn on light or dark mode for browsing the site and access support. You'll find the download link below.