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Fallout 4 CheatsIntroduction:
Fallout 4 is an action role-playing game (RPG) that has been developed by Bethesda Game Studios. The fifth installment of the Fallout Series i.e. Fallout 4 was released across the glove on November 10, 2015. The game is available for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. It is an open world game that has been set in the year 2287 in a post-apocalyptic Boston. The player character in the game emerges from the Vault – an underground bunker.
What better way to explore a game than cheat codes? Even though Fallout 4 is a relatively new game and it has been difficult to hack into, we have the best set of cheat codes available for you to gain complete control of the game.
For entering a cheat code into Fallout 4, you need to open the console window first which can be done so by the pressing the tilde (~) button on your keyboard. The console window is the gateway that lets you mess around with the gameplay. To activate a cheat code, just enter the code in the console and press enter. Now close the console and watch the magic take place.
Here is a list of important cheat codes that you can use in Fallout 4:
- tgm -Enables God Mode (Invincibility).
- tcl - Walk through any object in the game (be free).
- tfc - Activates free roam camera – view the entire Fallout world.
- csb - Resets damage and blood effects on the character.
- coc [cell name] - Transports the player to a specific area (according to the cell ID).
Example: coc SanctuaryExt
- fov [first-person FOV] [third-person FOV] - Changes the field of view for the player.
- set timescale to [number] - Changes the speed of the game – the default setting is 16. The larger the number, the quicker the speed of the game will be.
- tdetect -Enables invisibility – the computer does not detect the player anymore. Do what you want.
- resethealth – Resets the player’s health to maximum.
- setrace [race name] – Change your player’s race! You can find the race name’s with the help function.
Example: player.setrace SuperMutant
- modav [character trait] [value] – Boosts the particular character trait of the player by the given numeric value however this only affects the Pip Boy but not the Perk chart (for that use the next cheat code).
Example: player.modav experience 100
- setav [character trait] [value] – Sets the particular character trait to the value mentioned. Unlike modav, this will affect the Perk chart.
- setlevel [level] – Changes the player’s level to the value specified.
- sexchange – Changes the sex of the player’s character.
- setgs fJumpHeightMin [value] – Modifies the player’s minimum jump height to the given value. Warning: Your player can get killed from falling damage of your own jump if you set the jump value to be too high.
- additem [item ID] [number] – You can add any item you want to your inventory using this cheat code. All you need to know is the item ID which we have a workaround for (given in the section below).
- tai – Turns the AI off which brings the Non-Playable Characters (NPCs) to a standstill.
- tcai – Brings peace to the Fallout World. Turns off combat for NPCs. They are free to move but they won’t fight you (boring).
- killall – Kills all characters in your vicinity – except companions and some characters that are considered by the game to be too ‘vital’.
- kill [ID] – Kills the character with the specified ID. Alternatively, if you want to use a shortcut, open the console, click on a character (that you want to kill), and type kill.
- resurrect [ID] – Brings back the character with the specified ID back to life. Alternatively again, you can type resurrect and click on a dead character with the console open to resurrect it but beware, the character will resurrect in the state they are. That means that if you resurrect a headless character, it will stay headless.
- recycleactor – Resets the target character.
- sexchange – A fun little cheat code that changes the sex of whichever character is selected.
- unequipall – Unequips the selected NPC of all items.
- completeallobjectives [Quest] – Completes all the current objectives of the quest with the specified Quest ID.
- resetquest [Quest] – Resets the quest with the specified Quest ID.
- caqs – Completes all primary quests – effectively winning and ending the game for you.
- unlock – Unlocks the selected objected (doors, terminals, and safes can be unlocked through this).
- tm – Toggles menus and UI (user interface).
Warning: If you use this cheat code, the console will become invisible too (you’ll have to press tilde (~) button and type tm and press enter to make it viewable again.
- additem 0000000f [amount] – A nifty cheat code for unlimited money. Adds the specified amount of bottle caps to your inventory (buy anything you want with them now!).
- additem 0000000a [amount] – Alternate to the unlock cheat code. Adds the specified amount of bobby pins to your inventory (use them to unlock every safe, door, and terminal you come across).
- AddToFaction [faction] [0 or 1] – The faction parameter is the faction ID of the faction that you want to become allies with. 0 means friendly, 1 means allied.
- AddtoFaction [faction] [0 or 1] – Adds the targeted NPC to the faction with faction ID specified.
- RemoveFromFaction [faction] – Removes the player from the faction with the faction ID specified.
- Removefromallfactions – Removes the targeted NPC from all factions.
For a lot of the above mentioned codes, you need to know the Item ID or NPC ID. One handy technique to know is that once you’re in the console, clicking on any item or NPC will show its ID. Here are two additional tips for acquiring the item ID:
- Using help [name] [0 to 4] searches the game for items, characters, and commands with the specified name. 0 searches for everything. This command gives the Make sure that you use quotation marks with the name.
- Using the cheat code coc qasmoke will teleport you to a room with some boxes. These boxes contain every item in the game. This is a good way to find the item IDs of all items in the game.
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