This section of the guide contains a list of cheats for Fallout 4. The game offers a great variety of cheats that can be accessed by pressing the tilde ~ key and typing in the desired command. Some commands, like “god mode,” can be toggled on and off by typing the same command again. Most commands typed in the console will return a message confirming their activation. This chapter is divided into categories for easier navigation.


This chapter contains cheats that affect general gameplay. These cheats mostly impact the protagonist’s abilities, resistance, and level. They can be deactivated at any point by typing the same command again. For cheats that add new items to the inventory, please refer to the next chapter.

tgm – “god mode”. You receive no damage, have unlimited ammunition and action points

tai – activates or deactivates NPC intelligence

tcai – activates or deactivates enemy fighting ability

tcl – allows flying through walls and in the air

tmm 1 – displays all markers on the map

tfc – unlocks free camera mode

tm – toggles user interface on/off

killall – eliminates all nearby enemies

setgs fJumpHeightMin [number] – changes protagonist’s jumping height

setscale [number from 1 to 10] – scales protagonist’s height

player.setav speedmult [number] – increases/decreases character’s movement speed

sexchange – changes the gender during gameplay

set timescale to [number] – adjusts the game’s time speed

tdetect – makes protagonist undetectable to enemies

caqs – immediately completes the main storyline of the game

player.setlevel [number] – sets character’s level

player.modav [skill name] [number] – increases selected SPECIAL skill by a specified amount

screenshot – takes a screenshot of the game with no console and HUD elements

qqq – immediately exits the game (without saving)

sqt – shows active quests and their IDs

completequest [quest ID] – immediately completes selected quests

resetquest [quest ID] – starts the quest anew


This chapter explains how to obtain any item in the game by typing a single command that requires the item’s ID and amount. To obtain the ID, open the window with the desired item (in inventory or a chest) and activate the console. Click the item and its ID will appear at the top of the console. If you don’t have the ID, a special command will transport you to a room with all available items inside chests.

Within this article, you will discover two previously mentioned commands, as well as a comprehensive list of the most commonly used item IDs. The first command, “player.additem [item ID] [number],” adds a selected quantity of items to the player’s inventory. The second command, “coc qasmoke,” moves the protagonist to a special room containing all items available in the game. To exit this location, you must know the name of another location, such as “coc Sanktuaryext.” Finally, the “Help [item name]” command allows players to easily find a desired item by typing a related keyword. The article concludes with a list of basic item IDs, including Bottlecaps (0000000F), bobbypins (0000000a), Stimpak (00023736), AntiRad (00023742), and Fusion Core (00075FE4).


What are cheats in video games?

Cheats are codes, commands, or actions that give players an advantage in video games. They can be used to unlock new features, disable enemies, increase the player’s health or abilities, or simply make the game easier to play. Cheats can be found in many different forms, from secret codes that need to be entered at certain points in the game, to buttons that need to be pressed in a specific order to activate them. Cheats have been around in video games for a long time, with some of the earliest examples appearing in classic games like “Contra” and “Sonic the Hedgehog.”

Are cheats considered cheating?

While cheats can give players an unfair advantage in multiplayer games, they are not always considered cheating. In single-player games, cheats can be a fun way to experiment with the game mechanics or to simply make the game more enjoyable. Some developers even include cheats in their games as a way to let players customize their experience. However, cheating in multiplayer games using hacks or external programs is against the rules and can result in a ban from the game. It’s important for players to understand the difference between using cheats for fun and cheating to win at the expense of other players.

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