Fallout 4 is a massive game. Whether you played it at release, or you’re going back to replay it now, there are hundreds of hours’ worth of content on display. If you want to see it all, then you’ll be playing quite a bit. Thankfully, you can speed this process up a bit, barring you don’t mind cheating a little. In this guide, we’ll go over all the Fallout 4 console commands you could ever want to know, which should help you take a few shortcuts to get you where you want to go.
Fallout 4 console commands and cheats
If you’re going to take shortcuts, you might as well know what you’re doing. At least that’s our thoughts behind it all. The following Fallout 4 console commands and cheats will help you do all kinds of things. From toggling no-clip, to enabling Fallout 4’s godmode. There are plenty of cheats available with the dev console.
Enable the console
If you’re going to make use of the Fallout 4 console commands we’ve gathered below, you’re going to need to know how to enable the console. Most copies of the game should already have the console enabled, so simply load in and press the Tilde (~) key to bring up the console.
You should now see a small bar at the bottom of your game screen. Enter in the codes that we’ve outlined below, and it will activate the action listed on the right. It should go without saying, but we do not recommend using these Fallout 4 console commands or cheats if you haven’t already completed the game. While your achievements won’t be blocked, cheating can often ruin the game experience for users. Use your own discretion when activating cheats.
Fallout 4 console commands and cheats
|tgm||Toggles godmode and makes the player immune to damage.|
|coc qasmoke||Teleports the player to a secret room with every item in the game, including all collectibles.|
|tai||Toggles the AI on and off. When off the AI will become inactive.|
|tcai||Toggles AI combat on or off.|
|tcl||Toggles no-clip mode, allowing you to walk through walls, doors, or even float in the air.|
|tmm 1||Toggles all map markers and unlocks all fast travel points. Type tmm 0 to reset and hade all map markers.|
|unlock||Target any door, terminal, or container and enter this code to bypass and unlock it.|
|tfc||Gives the player full control of the camera with free camera mode.|
|kill||Kills the selected target. Enter the target's ID, or click on the target with the command console open.|
|killall||Kills all NPCs (both enemy and friendly) within the immediate area.|
|player.additem [item code] [# of item wanted]||Adds the desired item to the player's inventory in whatever quantity you enter at the end. Example: player.additem 00023736 100 would give you 100 Stimpaks.|
|player.placeatme [object code]||Spawns a desired item or object close to you.|
|resurrect||Revives teh selected NPC. Only works on NPCs that you have killed.|
|setgs fJumpHeightMin [value]||Allows you to set the value for your jump. The higher the value, the higher you will jump. Be careful, jumping too high without using tgm could result in fall damage.|
|player.setav speedmult [value]||Allows you to set the value of your character's running speed. Higher the number, the faster you will run. May impact performance.|
|tm||Toggles the game menus, allowing you to remove the UI for screenshots or more immersive gameplay.|
|sexchange||Allows you to change your character's sexual orientation. May require racial reconstruction surgery after use.|
|setscale [value from 1-10]||Increases the size of the target. If no target is selected it will increase the size of the player.|
|set timescale to [value]||Speeds or slows down time in-game. Example: Realtime is designated at a value of 16.1. Timecale of 1 will slow time to an absolute crawl, whereas 5,000 will cause several days to pass quickly. Use responsibly.|
|tdetect||Toggles AI detection. When used, AI will no longer detect you, allowing you to slip past them without noticing.|
|player.modav [skill] [value]||Boosts a desired skill to the value that you enter.|
|player.setlevel [value]||Sets the player level to the desired value.|
|caqs||Completes every step of the main quest line. Useful for getting past the story if you've already completed the game. May cause the game to crash.|
|player.setav carryweight [value]||Sets the player's carryweight.|
Fallout 4 item codes
Now that you have a grasp on some of the most useful console commands and cheats in Fallout 4, let's talk about a few handy item codes you may want to use alongside your newly found commands.
|Item Code||Item Name|
|000BD56F||Fat Man Mini-Nuke Launcher|