Get God Mode, NoClip, and More With Fallout 4 Console Commands on PC

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Console commands make a triumphant return to the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout 4. This time, they’re easier to use than ever. See how simple it is to open the PC-exclusive developer console window and activate cheats with the instructions below, or keep scrolling to find the most useful codes on the console commands list.

Despite the huge graphical upgrade over Fallout: New Vegas, most of these console commands will be familiar. Most of the cheats are identical, but there’s a few changes to see. Obviously, the item codes are altered to match a whole new slew of valuable loot. The full list includes NoClip, God Mode, and tons of other classic PC-only cheats fans of Bethesda developed games can expect.

Sure, it might not be the way the game was meant to be played, but sandbox environments can be the most fun places to toy around in. Tumble down the cheat code rabbit hole with the list below, and drop us a comment if there’s anything you think we’re missing.

PC Console Commands – Cheat Codes Guide

Work-In-Progress: Check back later for new updates to the console commands list!

To open the Developer Console Window, press tilde [~] during gameplay and a text input field will appear.

Type in the codes below for the desired effect. Codes are not tested and may cause the game to crash or other unforeseen effects to performance. Use console command cheat codes at your own risk.

If running on any language other than English, change the System Language to English (or set keyboard layout to US) to enable the Developer Console functionality.

Console Commands List

With the developer console window open, type in the codes below and press [Enter] to activate the corresponding effect.

In-Game Effects

Effect: Infinite Health, Ammo & Action Points

tmm 1
Effect: Reveals all map markers.

Effect: Toggles NoClip mode.

coc qasmoke
Effect: Teleports player to the secret developer room.

Effect: Unlocks targeted doors and computer terminals.

setav aggression 0
Effect: Target NPC becomes nonaggressive.

Effect: Toggles NPC AI. Stops all NPC activity.

Effect: Toggles NPC combat AI. Stops enemy activity.

Effect: Kills your target.

Effect: Kills all nearby NPCs.

Effect: Third-person camera free-floating is enabled.

How to Add Items To Your Inventory

player.additem “Item Code” “Number of Items to Add”
Effect: Places the indicated item and amount in your inventory. Remove quotations / Put a space between Item Code and Number of Items.

player.placeatme “Item / NPC Code”
Effect: Places indicated item or NPC onto the ground. Remove quotations / Put a space between Item Code and Number of Items.

Add Item console commands require Item Codes. Replace “Item Code” with the codes listed below.


  • player.additem 00000f 9999
    Effect: Places 9999 bottle caps (currency) in your inventory.

Basic Item Codes

Item: Bottlecap

Item: Stimpak


Item: 5mm Bullets (Minigun Ammo)

Item: Nuka-Cola Quantum

Item: Rad Away

Item: Mini-Nuke Launcher

Item: Mini-Nuke (Launcher Ammo)

Item: Cryolator

Item: Cryo Cell (Cryolator Ammo)

Source: [1], [2]

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