Fallout 4 console commands – factions, health, and resources
With Fallout 4 console commands you can master the post-apocalyptic wasteland and spawn as much junk as you need.
The world of Fallout 4 is harsh. If the mutants, monsters, and hostile humans don’t kill you, the radiation certainly will. Luckily, there’s a bunch of Fallout 4 console commands that PC players can use to make their perilous trip that bit more manageable, be it through additional health, resources, or anything else that can aid you.
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- Fallout 4 character console commands
- Fallout 4 faction console commands
- How do I use Fallout 4 console commands?
- What are Fallout 4 console commands?
- Fallout 4 bugfix cheats
|restore your health
|you can change the gender of your character
|increase the rank of your skills
|player.setav (skill) (number)
|AI combat is turned off
|increase the size of yourself or someone around you
|setscale (insert number from one to ten)
|become allies with the identified faction
|setally [faction id]
|complete a quest
|completequest (quest ID)
|restart a quest
|resetquest (Quest ID)
|instantly finish the main story of Fallout 4
|NPCs and monsters can no longer detect you
|speed up or slow down time
|set timescale to (insert number)
|2,500 bobby pins
|player.additem 0000000a 2500
|player.additem 0000000f 2500
|you can add new items to your inventory based on the ID and item number you use
|player.additem (insert item ID) (insert number)
|this allows you to turn off the HUD
|you can use the free camera
|enter a number to increase your total weight capacity
|player.forceav carryweight (insert number)
|boost your speed based on the number you input
|player.setav speedmult (insert number)
|type in an ID to bring the associated creature back to life
|resurrect (insert ID)
|jump as high as you like based on the number you insert
|setgs fJumpHeightMin (insert number)
|everyone around you except for important NPCs and companions dies
|all NPCs become immobile
|allows you to walk through walls
|turns on god mode
|all damage and blood effects are reset
What is Fallout 4?
Fallout 4 is a post-apocalyptic open world RPG by Bethesda, in which you take on the role of a survivor of a nuclear fallout, though circumstances mean you’re essentially frozen in a vault for hundreds of years. Upon waking up, you exit the vault and find yourself in a desolate world where ghastly creatures roam and surviving humans fight for survival, though they can be even more dangerous than the mutants.
To survive, you’ll use all manner of weapons, and unlock different perks through various attributes. You can also choose to build a settlement for surviving humans, and a thriving community such as this can help you survive your long and arduous adventure.
How do I use Fallout 4 console commands?
Using Fallout 4 console commands isn’t too taxing, you just need to tap the tilde key (~) which opens up the console. Next, you just have to type in the command you wish to use, hit enter, and watch the chaos unfold around you.
What are Fallout 4 console commands?
Fallout 4 console commands give you the chance to alter the gameplay, be it through changing your relationship with certain factions, giving yourself a boost in battle, or automatically completing quests. No matter what, there’s a lot to play with thanks to Fallout 4 console commands.
Fallout 4 bugfix cheats
Fallout 4 is an incredible and breathtakingly open-world experience, but that means it comes with a lot of bugs.
Generally, if you encounter an item, quest marker, NPC, or location that doesn’t load properly, exiting and entering the location (called a ‘cell’ in game terms) will refresh the content.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t always work.
So here are a few bugs we’ve found and how you can use Fallout 4 console commands to resolve them.
Fallout 4 Nuka-World Cola-Cars Arena bug
If you’ve just finished the gauntlet leading to the Cola-Cars Arena, be warned: leaving the game at any point before defeating Colter will cause a quest marker bug. Dialogue will not activate, and doors without locks will remain closed.
Fortunately, the Redditor DrKrimms encountered this themselves and performed the following in the console window, but dialogue will remain bugged so be sure to complete these in order:
- SetStage DLC04MQ01 300 – this opens the first door. Be sure to walk through into the Locker Room.
- SetStage DLC04MQ01 400 – triggers the first Intercom use.
- SetStage DLC04MQ01 600 – opens the door to the Cola-Cars Arena area. Be sure to go through to the next cell.
- SetStage DLC04MQ01 700 – opens the door to the arena and activates the Overboss Colter boss fight (you’ll need to use the Thirst Zapper to deactivate his defenses).
- SetStage DLC04MQ01 1000 – skips the bugged Gage dialogue, opens the exit, and completes the quest. Go to Fizztop Mountain for the followup quest.