Fallout 4 — How to Unlock Robot Parts (Console Commands)
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Fallout 4 cheats and console commands: god mode, freecam and more
By PCGamer 26 March 2021
Here’s everything you need to know about Fallout 4 cheats and console commands.
Looking for Fallout 4 cheats and console commands? These are a great way of bringing a little order to Boston’s nuclear wasteland—well, maybe not order per se, but they can certainly give you a bit more control over the game. Perhaps you want to nab a nice screenshot and need to move the camera to get the best angle, or maybe you want to move yourself through teleportation. Then there’s the slightly more noble action of bringing NPCs back to life. Whatever the reason for using them, Fallout 4 cheats make the post-apocalyptic world your oyster.
You can unlock the console by pressing the tilde key (
), which allows you to change your stats, speed up time, and spawn monsters or weapons with the simple press of a key. Simply activate the console, type in the command, hit Enter and close the console and watch as the cheat takes effect. It’s worth noting that the tilde key might not work, depending on your keyboards regional settings—in which case, try the apostrophe key instead.
Now, with all the technical stuff out of the way, here’s a list of all the Fallout 4 cheats and console commands.
Fallout 4 cheats and console commands
tgm — Good old god mode.
tcl — No collision. Walk through walls. Walk into the sky. Be free.
tfc — Activates free camera.
tfc 1 — Same as above, but freezes all animations. Great for screenshots.
tm — Toggles menus and UI on and off. It even stops you from seeing the console, so you’ll have to press tilde and type tm again blind to get the UI back.
csb — Resets blood and damage effects.
fov [first-person FOV] [third-person FOV] — Change the FOV.
set timescale to [insert number here] — Speeds up or slows down time. The default setting is 16. 1 is realtime, 10,000 is crazy spectacular timelapse. Be sure to look when time’s on fast forward because the sun and the moon actually bounce across the sky.
coc [cell id] – Teleports the player to an area.
- Example: coc RedRocketExt
Finding item and NPC IDs
If you really want to change your game, check out our guide to the best Fallout 4 mods.
For a lot of these commands, you’ll need to know how to get the IDs of items, NPCs, as well as the names of locations and factions. With the console open, clicking on a character or item will show its ID. Additionally, many commands act on the targeted character—so, whoever you clicked on. Sometimes it can be tricky to get the right ID to pop up (it’s easy to select yourself accidentally), so using free cam (tfc) can help. You can also look up commands and IDs.
help [item name] [0-4] — Searches items, characters, commands, and more. Use Page Up and Page Down to scroll. 0 searches for everything.
- Example: help «attack dog» 0 would let you know that there’s an NPC called ‘attack dog’ with the ID 000B2BF2. Make sure to use quotes when searching for two or more words.
coc qasmoke — This teleports you to a room with a number of boxes that contain every single item in the game. Surreal, but a good way to find item IDs. You can find an item ID by entering the console and clicking on the item in the game world with your mouse. It turns out that Dogmeat’s real name is 0001d162.
How to change your character with Fallout 4 console commands
showlooksmenu player 1 — Reopens the character customization menu so you can change your look. You’ll want to have your character’s face centered on screen for this one.
player.setrace [race id] — Change your race (e.g. ghoul, mutant). Find race IDs with the help function, but beware of adverse side effects (most races just make it crash).
- Example: player.setrace GhoulRace
player.resethealth — Resets your health.
setgs fJumpHeightMin [insert number here] — Modifies your jump. Set it really high to vault over buildings like the Incredible Hulk. Warning, if you don’t turn on god mode, the falling damage from your own jump will kill you.
tdetect — The AI won’t detect you anymore. Steal to your heart’s content.
player.modav [skill] [number] — Boost a skill by a numerical amount of your choosing. Eg. player.modav strength 10 will boost your strength by ten points. If there’s a terminal you’d love to hack or an NPC you’d love to persuade, use this. However, if you want to unlock perks, use the next command.
player.setav [character variable] [number] — Sets a character trait to a new value. Unlike modav, this will unlock perks when you change your stats.
player.setav speedmult [insert number here] — The number you type in adds multiplier to your running speed, with hilarious consequences. Use in combination with god mode and the next command to go full superhero.
player.setlevel [insert number] — Boost your level to the number specified.
player/additem 0000000f [insert number here] — Adds bottlecaps equal to the number you specify.
player/additem 0000000a [insert number here] — Adds bobbypins equal to the number you specify.
Fallout 4: How To Use Console Commands And Full List Of Cheat Codes Including God Mod
Fallout 4 is out now on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. If you own the game on PC, you can utilize a set of cheat codes to mess around in the game and utilize various cheats to gain an advantage like the notorious God Mode.
How to use Console Commands
In order to use console commands in Fallout 4, you need to press the tilde (
) key on your keyboard and this opens up a command line tool in the game on PC. Of course, there is no such key on the PS4 and Xbox One so consider this feature exclusive to PC.
General Console Commands
Command: coc qasmoke
Effect: This allows you to enter into a secret developer room which has every collectible, bobbleheads and consumables
Effect: Activates God Mode
Effect: NPC AI can be toggled On/Off
Effect: NPC Combat UI toggled On/Off
Effect: No Clip mode toggled On/Off
Command: tmm 1
Effect: Reveals all markers on the World Map
Effect: Unlocked any door/terimal
Effect: Allows full control over the camera
Effect: Kills the selected target
Effect: Kills every NPC that can be seen in the area
Command: player.additem [item code] [#] Effect: Adds the selected item in the given quantity to the inventory
Command: player.placeatme [object code] Effect: Spawn an NPC/Object near the player
General Item Codes
Item Name: Bottlecap
Item Name: Stimpak
Item Name: Rad Away
Item Name: Fusion Core
Item Name: Nuka-Cola Quantum
Item Name: Perception Bobblehead
Weapon Name: Minigun
Weapon Name: Fat Man Mini-Nuke Launcher
Weapon Name: Cryolator
Weapon Name: Deliverer
Ammo: 5mm Rounds
Ammo: Cryo Cell
Fallout 4 is now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It is developed by Bethesda Softworks.
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