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List of Starfield Console Commands

Starfield is a space role-playing game by the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

You can create any character and go on a journey to answer humanity’s greatest mystery.

Customize your character’s appearance, decide their background, and select their traits.

Join Constellation, the last group of space explorers finding artifacts throughout the galaxy.

Explore more than one thousand planets, navigate cities, and traverse wild landcapes.

You can also pilot and command the ship of your dreams, personalize the look of it, and more.

This guide contains a list of Starfield console commands that you can use to use cheats, enable god mode, and more.

List of Starfield Console Commands

To use the console in Starfield, press the “~” key on your keyboard.

Don’t use brackets and replace the number sign with a number when entering the codes below (e.g. player.additem 0000000f 25).

List of Starfield console commands:

  • tgm Enables god mode, making you invulnerable and giving you infinite stamina and carry weight.
  • tdetect NPCs will no longer detect you.
  • tfc This is the “free-cam” command which allows you to fly above the ground, and is perfect for taking screenshots.
  • tmm 1 Adds map markers for all locations on a planet’s surface. Note: This appears to be permanent, and typing tmm 0 does not remove those icons.
  • tcl Toggles collision, letting you walk through walls and into the air.
  • tm Hides all UI. Type it again to un-hide UI.
  • tai Toggles AI on and off: NPCs will stop where they are and won’t do anything at all.
  • player.additem 0000000f [#] Adds credits in the amount specified. For example, player.additem 0000000f 1000 gives you 1,000 credits.
  • player.additem 0000000a [#] Adds digipicks (lockpicks). For example, player.additem 0000000a 5 will add five digipicks.
  • player.setav carryweight [#] Sets your maximum carry weight to specified amount.
  • player.setlevel [#] Levels you up the the specified level. For example, player.setlevel 10 will instantly raise you to level 10
  • player.setav speedmult [#] Set player speed multiplier. Set this number to anything more than 100 to speed up movement.
  • player.modav carryweight [#] Sets your maximum carry weight to desired amount.
  • player.setav health [#] Sets your max health level.
  • player.removeperk (Perk ID) Remove Skills, Traits, and Backgrounds – The specified skill, trait, or background will be removed from your character.
  • player.addperk (Perk ID) Add Skills, Traits, and Backgrounds – The specified skill, trait, or background will be added to your character. Do note that you will need to have a spare perk, trait, or background slot available in order to add a perk to your character. So, be sure to remove a perk first before attempting this command.
  • player.paycrimegold 0 0 (Faction ID) Pay Off Bounties – Remain out of jail, keep all stolen items, and pay off any outstanding Bounties for a specified Faction.
  • kill With the console open, click an NPC to target them, then type kill to kill them. Important characters may only be incapacitated.
  • resurrect Resurrect targeted corpse (in the case of generic NPCs, another generic NPC).
  • killall Kills every enemy and NPC in the area around you, including space battles.
  • kah Kill All Hostiles – All hostile NPCs in the area will be killed.
  • tcai Toggles NPC combat AI, making all NPCs passive.
  • showlooksmenu player 1 Opens the character creator menu, allowing you to adjust your character’s appearance, name, background, and traits.
  • psb Adds every Starfield power.
  • unlock Unlocks current target door or container.

To find item ID codes, open the console by pressing the “~” key, type “help”, and search for the item name (e.g. help ultramag).

Look for the line “AMMO: (002B5599) .43 Ultramag” and the item ID is “002B5599”.

For example, typing “player.additem 002B5599 100” (no quotes) will add 100 rounds of .43 ultramag ammo to your inventory.

Further reading

How to Unlock the Digipick Linked Safe in Starfield (Novice)

How to Equip a Helmet in Starfield

Handyman Legend Walkthrough Guide


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