Fallout New Vegas Cheat Codes


Fallout: New Vegas is an installment in the Fallout game series. It is a role-playing video game that was published by Bethesda Softworks and developed by Obsidian Entertainment. It was officially released in October 2010 for Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 3.

The setting of the game is in an open world, post-apocalyptic environment near the areas of Arizona, Nevada, and California. Courier 6 is a character in the game who is hired by Mojave Express, a delivery service. His job is to carry an unknown pack from the Mojave Desert to the New Vegas Strip. The player takes control of this character, and the game starts during the delivery. In his way, Courier encounters a strange man who shoots Courier in the head and takes the package that he was carrying. Then Victor, a friendly robot, finds him, and Doc Mitchell treats him. Once he is healed, he sets back to the desert to recover the package and to avenge himself. Courier comes across many difficulties in his way and struggles for getting control over the Mojave Desert. He also wants control over the Hoover Dam, the desert’s most valuable asset that changes the lives of its inhabitants in future.

Fallout: New Vegas officially succeeds Fallout 3 in the Fallout game series. However, it shows the return of some features and elements that were found in Fallout 2.

Cheat Codes:

The cheat codes for Fallout: New Vegas are much similar to those of Fallout 3. For accessing the cheat console, you need to press the tilde (~) button on your keyboard. Once the console is open, simply enter the cheat codes and press enter to activate the cheat code.

Here is a list of the most useful cheats in Fallout - New Vegas:

tgm – Enables invincibility (no HP loss, no radiation damage, no falling damage).

coc [area name] – Teleports the player character to the specified area.

Coc DevArmory – Teleports the character to the developer test room.

advlevel – Increases the level of the player.

getXPfornectlevel – Alternate to advlevel, this gives the player the required experience points for attaining the next level.

GetQuestCompleted – A quick and easy way through quests – Completes all objectives of the current quest.

help – Lists all the console commands available in Fallout: New Vegas.

killall – Kills all non-playable characters in the player’s vicinity.

kill – Kills the targeted player.

resurrect – Resurrects the targeted non-playable character.

addtagskills [amount] – Gives the player the specified amount of Tag Skill Points.

addspecialpoints [amount] – Gives the player the specified amount of Special Points.

player.setlevel [level] – Sets the player level to become the level specified.

modpca [stat] [amount] – Increases the player’s specified S.P.E.C.I.AL. stat type by the specified amount.

Example: modpca experience 100

modpcs [stat] [amount] – This is similar to the above code but applies to all player skills.

tcl – No collision mode. This code allows you to walk through walls, walk through objects, walk into the sky. Basically, walk anywhere you want to.

tmm 1 – Shows all mapmarkers.

tlv – Shows/hides leaves during gameplay.

unlock – Unlocks the selected door, terminal, or safe.

lock [value] – Locks the select door, terminal, or safe and sets the difficulty for the lock. Lock 0 is the easiest to pick while lock 100 is the hardest. lock 101 makes a lock that can only be opened with a key.

movetoqt – Teleports the player character to the location of the current quest market.

addreputation [faction id] [variable] [amount] – Adds the player’s reputation with the faction appropriate to the faction ID. The variable determines whether this reputation is added to fame [0] or infamy [1].

removereputation [faction id] [variable] [amount] – Subtracts the player’s reputation with the faction appropriate to the faction ID. The variable determines whether the reputation is removed from fame [0] or infamy [1].

removefromallfactions – Removes the player from all factions.

player.additem [item ID] [number] – Adds the specified item to the player’s inventory. Number is an integer flag that needs to be entered (otherwise no item is added).

player.additem 000000F [amount] – Unlimited caps cheat – Adds the specified amount of bottle caps to the player’s inventory (now you can buy everything in the game).

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