Call of Duty World at War Final Fronts PS2 Cheats

Updated July 19, 2017

Call of Duty: World at War Final Fronts is a first-person shooter game published by Activision for the PlayStation 2 video game console. Call of Duty: World at War Final Fronts takes the player to front of the World War II battlefield. With a number of new weapons to choose from as well as a rich storyline, Call of Duty: World at War Final Fronts is full of action. For the gamer looking to get ahead, there are a number of hints, tips and tricks available in Call of Duty: World at War Final Fronts.

All weapons

To get all the weapons, press "X, Circle, Circle, R2, Select" in succession on the controller.

Infinite health and ammo

To get infinite health and ammunition, press "Left, Left, Right, Up, Down, Down, Circle, Square."

Unlock levels

To unlock all the levels of Call of Duty: World at War Final Fronts, press "Triangle, Square, X, X, Circle, Down, Down.".

Stuck hint

There are occasional spots in the game in which the player can become stuck. To avoid this, rapidly tap the "X" button while pressing the joystick from side to side. If done correctly, the player should be able to get out of the area.

Second flame-thrower hint

On the second-to-last mission, the player will be on a ledge in a position where there is a tank crossing train tracks. Position the player as close to the edge as possible without falling off. There is a soldier on the tank holding a flame-thrower who will drop it if the player is positioned correctly. The player can then go down and pick up the second flame-thrower.

Japanese gun

In the final mission of the game's Pacific Campaign, there is a courtyard area filled with enemy soldiers. The player must enter the area and find a small shelter in the courtyard. Once inside the shelter, the player must kill the enemies in the shelter. When no enemies remain, the player will find a powerful Japanese gun that is not found in the rest of the game.

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