Like many previous Bethesda entries, you can also use console commands in Starfield. Moreover, you will notice that many console commands are similar to the ones in the Elder Scroll series. This guide lists all known or helpful console commands and IDs in Starfield.
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Bethesda games have a history of having a delicious and easy-to-use console menu.
The newest addition, Starfield, also has a console command menu.
However, your achievements get disabled when you use the console command menu.
The console can be opened using your keyboard’s tilde (~) key.
A lot of the console commands require an item ID or reference ID.
The item ID is the general ID, and the reference ID is for the specific entity in the game.
One of the best parts about Bethesda’s open-world games is that you can use a long list of console commands and hundreds and thousands of IDs to alter your gameplay any way you like. Unlike many games where the console is difficult to find, limited commands and IDs are available, or no console even exists.
However, this does come with a caveat you should be aware of. When you enable the console in Starfield, it will warn you that your achievements will be disabled. This prevents you from getting all the achievements without actually trying and cheating your way through. The console should only be used to mess around and have fun in the game.
Press the tilde (~) key on your keyboard to use the console, and the console window will open at the bottom of your screen. Moreover, your game will be paused while you are in the console menu. Press Enter on your keyboard when you have written the command. Closing the console with the same tilde (~) key will unpause the game.
Many of the console commands require the IDs of the relevant thing. Most of these will be normal IDs, such as item IDs. However, you must also use the Reference IDs for some commands. The Reference ID is an identifier for the exact entity.
For example, if you are trying to revive an NPC, you will need the exact Reference ID, as the general ID won’t work. To get the Reference ID, click the entity using your left click, and the entity will be selected, and the Reference ID will be displayed.
Here are all the console commands that are available in Starfield. Do note that Starfield has hundreds of console commands, so only those deemed relevant or useful to the average player are mentioned.
Toggle God Mode
Toggle Immortal Mode
Toggle Combat AI
Toggle No Clip
Toggle Freefly Camera
(Ref ID).amod (OMOD ID)
The specified weapon mod will be applied to the weapon specified by the reference ID.
(Ref ID).rmod (OMOD ID)
The specified weapon mod will be removed from the weapon specified by the reference ID.
Kills all the NPCs in the area.
Kills all the hostile NPCs in the area.
The NPC selected with mouse click while in console will be revived.
The door or container selected with mouse click while in console will be unlocked.
The gender of your character will switch to the opposite gender.
Access the wait menu.
The character level of the player is set to the specified value.
player.additem (Item ID) (Value)
Amount of items specified by the ID will be added to your inventory.
player.placeatme (Item ID) (Value)
Amount of items or creatures specified by the ID will spawn in front of you.
player.paycrimegold 0 0 (Faction ID)
Pay all your bounties for the specified faction.
showlooksmenu player 1
The character creator menu is opened where the looks, traits, background, and name can be changed.
player.removeperk (Perk ID)
The specified skill, trait, or background is removed from the player.
player.addperk (Perk ID)
The specified skill, trait, or background is added to the player.
player.setav carryweight (Value)
Sets the carry weight of the player to the specified value.
Starts all main and side quest. Warning: Your game might crash so save your game and proceed with caution.
Completes all main and side quest. Warning: Your game might crash so save your game and proceed with caution.
Toggles the rumble.
Lands at the marker that is set on the current planet.
Sets the local time of the system on the current planet.
Here are all the IDs you will ever need in Starfield. These are meant to be used with the commands if they allow so.
Energy Weapon Dissipation
Heavy Weapons Certification
Ballistic Weapon Systems
Boost Pack Training
Targeting Control Systems
Energy Weapon Systems
Missile Weapon Systems
Particle Beam Weapon Systems
Automated Weapon Systems
Boost Assault Training
EM Weapon Systems
Freestar Collective Settler
Neon Street Rat
United Colonies Native
These were all the console commands and IDs you will need in Starfield. Now you can finally add a million Credits and buy anything without working for it.
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