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This page list most console commands know, if you know more about a specific one or one not listed feel free to notify us on the Talk Page.

Usage

The commands found here can be entered in the console. This allows to do actions that aren't allowed otherwise, e.g. cheating. The console can be opened by pressing TAB on the PC or by entering the pause screen, and simultaneously pressing Xbox: LB, Xbox: RB, Xbox: X and Xbox: Y on the Xbox, or PS4: L1, PS4: R1, PS4: Square and PS4: Triangle on PlayStation.

Some of these commands are not available until you have authenticated yourself with the enablecheats command.
Commands marked with Y in the cheat column need to be prefixed with admincheat if used on a multiplayer server. In single-player mode you neither need any cheat or admincheat before the command nor do you need to enable cheats.

Commands that target the creature / entity in your crosshairs are marked with "Target" in the target column, and commands that affect the current player are marked with "Self". These commands cannot be used in the remote console. Console commands are not case sensitive.
Boolean parameters can be specified as either the keywords "true" or "false" or the numbers 1 or 0 (or 1.0 / 0.0) respectively.

Any distances used in these commands are in Game Units (i.e. roughly one centimeter).

You can concatenate multiple commands in one line using a vertical bar |. For example: LeaveMeAlone | Fly

All commands can be run through ShowMyAdminManager

Video

Commands

EnableCheats

EnableCheats <Password> 

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Password String Server administrator password

Description: Enable server administrator commands for the current player. The password provided should match the server's ServerAdminPassword option (see Server Configuration). In single player games you don't need this command, see the introduction above.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No
Example:

enablecheats pass123

CE

CE <type> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
type String Type of weather. Possible values: see below. Mind the quotation marks necessary for commands with space between words.

Description: Starts and stops weather.


The Island
starttime, stoptime, heatwave, coldfront, makeitrain, fogitup
Scorched Earth
start_superheat, stop_superheat, start_sandstorm, stop_sandstorm, start_electricalstorm, stop_electricalstorm, start_rain, stop_rain
Ragnarok
"start rain", "stop rain", "start electricalstorm", "stop electricalstorm", "start sandstorm", "stop sandstorm", "start superheat", "stop superheat", Start_Volcano
Aberration
startquake, stopquake
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:
cheat ce start_superheat

GameCommand

GameCommand <TheCommand> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TheCommand String Command

Description: Runs a game-mode specific command / trigger. For example, to start the game in the SoTF mod game mode, run:
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat gamecommand startgame

GFI

GFI <BlueprintPathPart> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 258.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPathPart String significant part of the blueprint path
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add
Quality Float Quality of added items
ForceBlueprint Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Description: Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.
This is a shortcut version for GiveItem. But instead of the complete blueprint path it is sufficient to specify only a significant part of it.
E.g. the blueprint path of the Tek ATV end in PrimalItemVHBuggy. You can use "vhbuggy" or "vhb" or "buggy" or "bugg" or "uggy" or... On the other hand "atv" will not work because it's the name of the item but not a part of the blueprint path.
For ambiguous parts you will maybe not get the item you want. Instead you get one that the search mechanism finds first. E.g. for Bug Repellant (PrimalItemConsumable_BugRepellant) you can't just say "bug" because this part is also included in "buggy". You will get the Tek ATV in this case. But "bugr" is specific enough to find definitely the Bug Repellant.
To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNum.
To give items to another player, use GiveItemToPlayer.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat gfi bugr 10 0 0

PlayersOnly

PlayersOnly

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Description: Stops all creature movement in the game world and halts crafting. Players can still move normally. Repeat the command to disable its effects.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat PlayersOnly

PrintColors

PrintColors

Cheat: -
Target: -
Description: Prints the Color IDs.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ScriptCommand

ScriptCommand <CommandString> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 197.x
Arguments:

Name Type Description
CommandString String Command string.

Description: Runs a game mode specific command / script. These can be implemented by mod authors. Currently, there are no official game modes that use custom scripts.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


Slomo

Slomo <SpeedMult> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 0.0 (UE2)
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SpeedMult Float Speed multiplier

Description: Sets the game speed multiplier. Change back to 1 to set back to normal.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


EnableSpectator

EnableSpectator

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 191.0
Description: Mode spectator (will destroy inventory, leave all your stuff at safe place first)

Special Keybindungs while in Spectator
KeyDescription
CTRL + MToggle floating player huds for the entire map (helpful to spot where everyone is)
CTRL + PToggle Only Show Nearby Floating Huds
CTRL + NDisplay a list of players to jump to
Left MousebuttonAttach to the player in front of you
Left Mousebutton or Right MousebuttonClick to cycle attached player
SpacebarDetach from a player
ShiftFly Fast
CTRLFly Slow
MousewheelAdjust fly speed
Shift + F1 ... F10Save camera positions
F1 ... F10Teleport to saved camera postions

stopspectating for leaving

See also Admin Spectator
Compatible with gaming consoles: Partial - Many features of spectating do not work on consoles. You can fly around and lock to a player, however you cannot unlock the camera from the player or save camera positions. Additionally you cannot view a player list.
Example:

cheat EnableSpectator

RequestSpectator

RequestSpectator <Password> 

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Added: 191.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Password String Spectator password.

Description: Requests spectator mode on servers where there is a spectator password. The password given must match the server's "SpectatorPassword".
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


SetShowAllPlayers

SetShowAllPlayers <Enable> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Enable Boolean true or false

Description: Show player names in spectator mode.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SAP

SAP

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: shortcut for SetShowAllPlayers 1


DisableSpectator

DisableSpectator

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: quits spectatormode (as the character is killed when enable spectating, the respawn menu is displayed)
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


StopSpectating

StopSpectating

Cheat: -
Target: -
Description: Leaving the spectator mode which was started with EnableSpectator.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


Server Managment Commands

AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck

AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck <SteamID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamID Integer[64] Player to whitelist

Description: Adds the player specified by the their Integer encoded Steam ID to the server's whitelist.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No
Example:

cheat AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck 18446744073709551615

BanPlayer

BanPlayer <SteamID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 178.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamID Integer[64] Player to ban

Description: Add the specified player to the server's banned list.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No (Use ShowMyAdminManager)
Example:

cheat BanPlayer 18446744073709551615

Broadcast

Broadcast <MessageText> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 170 or earlier
Arguments:

Name Type Description
MessageText String Message to broadcast

Description: Broadcast a message to all players on the server.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat Broadcast Hi, everybody!

TribeMessage

TribeMessage <TribeId> <Message> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeId Integer[32] UE4 internal Id of the Tribe
Message String The Message you want to display

Description: Adds a message to the specified tribe's Tribelog
Example:

cheat tribemessage 12358748 Hello my friends

DisallowPlayerToJoinNoCheck

DisallowPlayerToJoinNoCheck <SteamID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamID Integer[64] Player to remove

Description: Removes the specified player from the server's whitelist.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No
Example:

cheat DisallowPlayerToJoinNoCheck 18446744073709551615

DoExit

DoExit

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Shuts down the server as soon as possible.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GetChat

GetChat

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 185.4
Description: Returns the latest chat buffer (the same amount that the clients see).
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


GetGameLog

GetGameLog

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 224.0
Description: Print 100 entries at a time also outputs to dated file in in "\Logs". Launch server with "-servergamelog" for this command to work.

Set buffer size ?RCONServerGameLogBuffer e.g:

TheIsland?RCONEnabled=true?RCONServerGameLogBuffer=600?listen -server -servergamelog
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


GetTribeIdPlayerList

GetTribeIdPlayerList <TribeID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeID Integer[32] use setcheatplayer 1 and look at a tribe structure to see the TeamID which is the TribeID

Description: prints a list of every player of a specified tribe with both PlayerID and SteamID in the console and in a special ingame chat window
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


TribeStructureAudit

TribeStructureAudit <TribeID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeID Integer[32] use setcheatplayer 1 and look at a tribe structure to see the TeamID which is the TribeID

Description: Console output of the types and counts of a given TribeId's structures.


TribeDinoAudit

TribeDinoAudit <TribeID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeID Integer[32] use setcheatplayer 1 and look at a tribe structure to see the TeamID which is the TribeID

Description: Console output of the types and counts of a given TribeId's dinos.


ServerChat

ServerChat <MessageText> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
MessageText String Message

Description: Sends a chat message to all currently connected players.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Partial - Some players will see the message as if it was from a random player. Others will see the message from System.


ServerChatTo

ServerChatTo <SteamID> <MessageText> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamID Integer[64] Player's SteamID
MessageText String Message

Description: Sends a direct chat message to the player specified by their int64 encoded steam id.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ServerChatToPlayer

ServerChatToPlayer <PlayerName> <MessageText> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 189.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerName String Player's In-game name.
MessageText String Message

Description: Sends a direct chat message to the player specified by their in-game player name.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


SaveWorld

SaveWorld

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Forces the server to save the game world to disk in its current state. In single-player mode, the game saves this information locally.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No
Example:

cheat saveworld

SetGlobalPause

SetGlobalPause <IsPaused> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
IsPaused Boolean Pause game?

Description: Pauses _EVERYTHING_ game related.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


SetTimeOfDay

SetTimeOfDay <Hour>:<Minute>[:<Second>]

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Hour Integer 0..23
Minute Integer 0..59
Second Integer 0..59, (optional; defaults to 0)

Description: Sets the game world's time of day to the specified time.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat settimeofday 06:30:00

ShowMessageOfTheDay

ShowMessageOfTheDay

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Description: Displays the message of the day.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


StartSaveBackup

UnbanPlayer

UnbanPlayer <SteamID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamID Integer[64] Player to unban

Description: Remove the specified player from the server's banned list.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No
Example:

cheat UnbanPlayer 18446744073709551615

SetCheatPlayer

SetCheatPlayer true|false

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Added: 170 or earlier
Arguments: true to enable, false to disable
Description: Enable cheat commands that affect the current player, mounted dinosaurs and the game world
Compatible with gaming consoles: No
Example:

setcheatplayer true

ClearPlayerInventory

ClearPlayerInventory <PlayerID> <ClearInventory> <ClearSlotItems> <ClearEquippedItems> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
ClearInventory Boolean Clear player's inventory?
ClearSlotItems Boolean Clear player's slot items?
ClearEquippedItems Boolean Clear player's equipped items (armor)?

Description: Clears the specified player's inventory, equipped items, and/or slot items.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GetAllState

GetAllState <type> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
type String Type to summon

Description: Prints all entities of given type to console (server console, not ingame) and to server log file 'ShooterGame.log' after a while (some minutes) if logging to file is enabled in server configs. Useful to check wheter specific dinos are spawned on map.

Example output:

[2017.01.03-09.38.34:907][490]21) Ankylo_Character_BP_C /Game/Mods/TheCenter/TheCenter.TheCenter:PersistentLevel.Ankylo_Character_BP_C_317

[2017.01.03-09.38.34:907][490]22) Ankylo_Character_BP_C /Game/Mods/TheCenter/TheCenter.TheCenter:PersistentLevel.Ankylo_Character_BP_C_316


Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:
cheat getallstate Ankylo_Character_BP_C

GiveExpToTarget

GiveExpToTarget <Amount> <FromTribeShare> <PreventSharingWithTribe> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Amount Float Amount to add
FromTribeShare Boolean Apply as if experience came from tribe.
PreventSharingWithTribe Boolean 1: player only; 0: share with tribe

Description: Same as AddExperience, but adds it to the player or dino you're currently looking at.
Does only work on dinos currently
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

Cheat GiveExpToTarget 9999 0 0

GiveInfiniteStatsToTarget

GiveInfiniteStatsToTarget

Cheat: -
Target: -
Description: Gives infinite stats to player or dino you're looking at.
Does only work on dinos currently
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat GiveInfiniteStatsToTarget

KickPlayer

KickPlayer <SteamID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 178.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamID Integer[64] Player to kick[1]

Description: Forcibly disconnect the specified player from the server.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No use ShowAdminManager


Kill

Kill

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Description: Instantly kills the targeted structure or dinosaur, leaving behind a corpse.

Actually it deals a large amount of damage that is sufficient to kill non-boss entities. You may need to execute the command twice or more on bosses.

To eliminate an entity without leaving behind a corpse, use the DestroyMyTarget command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


KillAOE

KillAOE <category> <Radius> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
category string See below.
Radius number {{{note2}}}

Description: Categories can be abbreviated into the first 3 letters of the name, (EG: str - structures) Radius defaults to 2000 if not specified

CategoryDescription
pawnsall nearby pawns (not structures)
dinosall nearby dinos
wildall nearby wild dinos
tamedall nearby tamed dinos
playersall nearby players
structuresall nearby structures

Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:
Cheat KillAOE Wild 2500

RenamePlayer

RenamePlayer <"PlayerName"> <NewName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
"PlayerName" String Player's current name. String must be wrapped in double quotes.
NewName String New name for player. Naked string.

Description: Renames the player specified by their in-game string name.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


RenameTribe

RenameTribe <TribeName> <NewName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeName String Tribe's current name. String must be wrapped in double quotes.
NewName String New name for Tribe. Naked string.

Description: Renames the tribe specified by its string name.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


TakeAllDino

TakeAllDino

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 252.4
Description: Changes ownership of all dinos of the tribe the player is currently looking at to the tribe of player.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


TakeAllStructure

TakeAllStructure

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 252.4
Description: Changes ownership of all structures of the tribe the player is currently looking at to the tribe of player.


Teleportation Commands

Teleport

Teleport

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Moves the player character forward in the direction the player is facing until the character collides with an object or the terrain. If the player wouldn't hit the terrian or an object, they are teleported to 0,0 instead.

See also SetPlayerPos, TPCoords
Compatible with gaming consoles: Partial - Always sets player postition to center of map.
Example:

cheat teleport

TeleportPlayerIDToMe

TeleportPlayerIDToMe <PlayerID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] Player's in-game id.

Description: Teleports the player specified by their in-game ID to the current player.

To teleport yourself to the other player, use the TeleportToPlayer command.

To specify a player to teleport by their player name, use the TeleportPlayerNameToMe command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


TeleportPlayerNameToMe

TeleportPlayerNameToMe <PlayerName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerName String Player's in-game name.

Description: Teleports the player specified by their name to the current player.

To specify a player to teleport by their in-game id, use the TeleportPlayerIDToMe command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


TeleportToPlayer

TeleportToPlayer <PlayerID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] Player's in-game id.

Description: Teleports the current player to the player specified by their in-game ID.

To teleport the other player to yourself, use the TeleportPlayerIDToMe command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


TPCoords

TPCoords <Lat> <Lon> <Altitude> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Lat Float GPS Coordinates
Lon Float GPS Coordinates
Altitude Float UE4 Coordinates

Description: Moves the player's character to the specified GPS position instantly.

See also Teleport, SetPlayerPos
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


SPI

SPI <x> <y> <z> <yaw> <pitch> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
x float Coordinates
y float Coordinates
z float Coordinates
yaw float Defines the yaw of the camera
pitch float Defines the pitch of the camera

Description: Does the same as SetPlayerPos but lets you set a yaw and pitch for a specified view too
Example:

cheat spi -371471 -408636 -13584 -173.80 -12.91

SetPlayerPos

SetPlayerPos <x> <y> <z> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
x Float Coordinates
y Float Coordinates
z Float Coordinates

Description: Moves the player's character to the specified position instantly.

See also Teleport, TPCoords, Get coordinates command for The Island.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Partial - Will always teleport to center of map.
Example:

cheat SetPlayerPos -71467 -52156 0

Destroying Commands

DestroyAll

DestroyAll <Type> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Type String Type to destroy

Description: Destroys all creatures of the specified type, both wild and tamed.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat DestroyAll Ankylo_Character_BP_C

DestroyAllEnemies

DestroyAllEnemies

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Destroys all non-player creatures on the map, including tamed creatures. This does not prevent new ones from spawning as usual.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat destroyallenemies

DestroyMyTarget

DestroyMyTarget

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Description: Instantly destroys the creature or structure in the current player's crosshairs, without leaving any corpse.

To kill an entity and leave a corpse, use the Kill command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat DestroyMyTarget

DestroyStructures

DestroyStructures

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 207.0
Description: Destroys all structures owned by all players on the map.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


DestroyTribeDinos

DestroyTribeDinos

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 226.4
Description: Will destroy all dinos on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


DestroyTribeId

DestroyTribeId <TribeId> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeId Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy

Description: Will destroy a tribe.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


DestroyTribeIdDinos

DestroyTribeIdDinos <TribeId> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeId Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy all tames

Description: Will destroy all tames in a tribe.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


DestroyTribeIdPlayers

DestroyTribeIdPlayers <TribeId> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeId Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy all players

Description: Will destroy all players in a tribe.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


DestroyTribeIdStructures

DestroyTribeIdStructures <TribeId> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeId Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy all structures

Description: Will destroy all structures in a tribe.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


DestroyTribePlayers

DestroyTribePlayers

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 226.4
Description: Will destroy all players of a tribe on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


DestroyTribeStructures

DestroyTribeStructures

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 226.4
Description: Will destroy all structures on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


DestroyWildDinos

DestroyWildDinos

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 207.0
Description: Destroys all untamed creatures on the map. Useful for helping newly-released creatures to spawn.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat destroywilddinos

Tribe Managment Commands

ForcePlayerToJoinTargetTribe

ForcePlayerToJoinTargetTribe <PlayerID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 196.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID

Description: Forces the player specified by their in-game UE4 ID to the tribe that the target entity or structure of the current player belongs to. Known to have problems if there are currently no longer members in the tribe, but this may be fixed in the future.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


ForcePlayerToJoinTribe

ForcePlayerToJoinTribe <PlayerID> <TribeName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
TribeName String Tribe's Name

Description: Forces the player specified by their in-game UE4 ID to the tribe specified by its name. Known to have problems if there are currently no longer members in the tribe, but this may be fixed in the future.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


ForceTribes

ForceTribes <PlayerName1> <PlayerName2> <NewTribeName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerName1  ? Unknown?
PlayerName2  ? Unknown?
NewTribeName String Unknown?

Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GiveAllStructure

GiveAllStructure

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 201.4
Description: Gives the current player ownership of all the targeted structure and all structures connected to it recursively.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


MakeTribeAdmin

MakeTribeAdmin

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 196.0
Description: Promotes you to an admin of the tribe you're currently a member of.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


MakeTribeFounder

MakeTribeFounder

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 196.0
Description: Makes you the founder of the tribe you're currently a member of.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


RemoveTribeAdmin

RemoveTribeAdmin

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 196.0
Description: Unknown?

See also ForcePlayerToJoinTargetTribe, MakeTribeAdmin, MakeTribeFounder.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


TakeTribe

TakeTribe <TribeID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TribeID Integer[32] enable setcheatplayer and check a structure7dino for the TeamId to get the TribeID

Description: Gives you all of the tribe's dinos and structures. If 0 is provided it uses your target.


Creative Mode Commands

GiveCreativeMode

GiveCreativeMode

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 278.0
Description: Sets yourself in Creative Mode. The command can be abbreviated as GCM.

See also GiveCreativeModeToTarget, GiveCreativeModeToPlayer
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat GiveCreativeMode
cheat gcm

GiveCreativeModeToTarget

GiveCreativeModeToTarget

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 278.0
Description: Sets the target you are visiting in Creative Mode. The command can be abbreviated as GCMT.

See also GiveCreativeMode, GiveCreativeModeToPlayer
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat GiveCreativeModeToTarget
cheat GCMT

GiveCreativeModeToPlayer

GiveCreativeModeToPlayer <PlayerID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 278.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[64] Player's in-game UE4 ID

Description: Sets a certain player identified by the player's ID in Creative Mode. The command can be abbreviated as GCMP.

See also GiveCreativeMode, GiveCreativeModeToTarget
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat GiveCreativeModeToPlayer 1234

Player Commands

AddExperience

AddExperience <HowMuch> <FromTribeShare> <PreventSharingWithTribe> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
HowMuch Float Amount to add
FromTribeShare Boolean Apply as if experience came from tribe.
PreventSharingWithTribe Boolean 1: player only; 0: share with tribe

Description: Adds the specified number of experience points to the player (or the currently mounted dinosaur if the player is mounted). To give another player experience, use the GiveExpToPlayer command.

This command is affected by the XPMultiplier setting and the hardcoded multiplier of 2 since 253.0. I.e. the amount you will get is the value of the argument HowMuch × 2 × your XPMultiplier setting value.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat addexperience 1000 0 1

UnlockEngram

UnlockEngram <BlueprintPath> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPath {{{type1}}} a blueprint path

Description: Unlocks Tekgram (Tek Engrams)
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat UnlockEngram "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/...something'"

HideRiders

HideRiders <visable> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
visable Boolean true or 1 to hide a player, false or 0 to make player visable again

Description: Makes a rider of a dino visually invisable. You stay invisable after unmounting.
Example:

cheat hideriders 1

ChangeSize

ChangeSize <SizeMult> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE2)
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SizeMult Float Size multiplier

Description: Changes the current player's size. Your player character's model will only stretch or squash so far however, and if made too big will seem to float and bob up and down during different animations (too small and you'll sink through the ground). You will not become any slower or faster. Set back to 1 to go back to your normal size.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


ClearTutorials

ClearTutorials

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Description: Resets all tutorials on your client (make them so that they will re-appear without being forced).
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


EnemyInvisible

EnemyInvisible true|false

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments: true to be ignored, false for normal behavior
Description: When enabled, all creatures on the map will ignore the current player, even when attacked.

See also LeaveMeAlone.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat EnemyInvisible true

ExecSetSleeping

ExecSetSleeping true|false

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments: true to put to sleep, false to wake up
Description: Puts the current player character to sleep or wakes them up.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat ExecSetSleeping true

Fly

Fly

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Description: Activates "fly mode", permitting the player character to move freely in any direction without physics or gravity being applied. Use the walk command to disable the mode.
If the command is issued while mounted (or the player mounts a tame while in "fly" mode) the animal cannot be moved straight up and down via the keys, but can be made to "fly" by either walking off a cliff, or by pointing the cursor up while moving forward (or point down to descend). Currently, the flying command does not work while mounted on Megalania

See also Ghost
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat fly

Ghost

Ghost

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Description: Activates "no clip" mode, permitting the player character to pass freely through objects in the world that normally block movement, including the terrain itself. Use the walk command to disable the mode.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat ghost

GiveColors

GiveColors <Quantity> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 209.4
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Quantity Integer[32] Item quantity

Description: Gives you quantity of each dye in the game. In vanilla Ark, this equates to only 2.6 weight units per set.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat GiveColors 100

GiveEngrams

GiveEngrams

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Unlocks all crafting recipes for the player character. May lag a little.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat giveengrams

GiveExpToPlayer

GiveExpToPlayer <PlayerID> <HowMuch> <FromTribeShare> <PreventSharingWithTribe> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
HowMuch Float Amount to give
FromTribeShare Boolean Apply as if experience came from tribe.
PreventSharingWithTribe Boolean 1: player only; 0: share with tribe

Description: Gives the specified player the specified amount of experience points. To easily give yourself experience, use the AddExperience command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GiveItem

GiveItem <BlueprintPath> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPath String The blueprint path of the item to give.
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add
Quality Float Quality of added items
ForceBlueprint Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Description: Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNum.

To specify items by a part of its blueprint path, use GFI.

To give items to another player, use GiveItemToPlayer.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


GiveItemNum

GiveItemNum <ItemNum> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
ItemNum Integer[32] Item ID to add
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add
Quality Float Quality of added items
ForceBlueprint Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Description: Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their blueprint path, use GiveItem.

To specify items by a part of its blueprint path, use GFI.

To give items to another player, use GiveItemNumToPlayer.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat GiveItemNum 1 1 1 0

GiveItemToPlayer

GiveItemToPlayer <PlayerID> <BlueprintPath> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] PlayerID to give the item to.
BlueprintPath String The blueprint path of the item to give.
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add
Quality Float Quality of added items
ForceBlueprint Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Description: Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNumToPlayer.

To give items to yourself, use GiveItemNum.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GiveItemNumToPlayer

GiveItemNumToPlayer <PlayerID> <ItemNum> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerID Integer[32] PlayerID to give the item to.
ItemNum Integer[32] Item ID to add
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add
Quality Float Quality of added items
ForceBlueprint Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Description: Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their blueprint path, use GiveItemToPlayer.

To give items to yourself, use GiveItemNum.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat GiveItemNumToPlayer 1234567890 1 1 0 0

GiveResources

GiveResources

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Add 50 units of each resource in the game to the player's inventory. In vanilla Ark, this equates to 300+ units of weight, so you will probably be encumbered. (200 of which comes from Metal Ore, Metal Ingots, Obsidian, and Crystal)
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat giveresources

GiveSlotItem

GiveSlotItem <BlueprintPath> <SlotNum> <Quantity> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPath String Item's blueprint path.
SlotNum Integer[32] Inventory slot number. (0-9)
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add

Description: Adds the item specified by its blueprint path into one of your item slots. If the item does not support stacking, items after the first will be dumped into your inventory. Specifying an invalid slot id will dump all the item(s) into your inventory. Item quality will always be 0 and you cannot request adding a blueprint.

To specify items by their item ID, use the GiveSlotItemNum command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GiveSlotItemNum

GiveSlotItemNum <ItemNum> <SlotNum> <Quantity> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
ItemNum String Item ID to add.
SlotNum Integer[32] Inventory slot number. (0-9)
Quantity Integer[32] Number of items to add

Description: Adds the item specified by its item id into one of your item slots. If the item does not support stacking, items after the first will be dumped into your inventory. Specifying an invalid slot id will dump all the item(s) into your inventory. Item quality will always be 0 and you cannot request adding a blueprint.

To specify items by their blueprint path, use the GiveSlotItem command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GiveToMe

GiveToMe

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Description: Changes the owner of the targeted entity (structure or dino) to the current player. However, note that this command does not actually tame dinos - their inventory will not be accessible and they will not be rideable unless they were already tamed by another player or you use one of the dino taming commands afterwards.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


GMBuff

GMBuff

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 252.4
Description: Gives player God, InfiniteStats, EnemyInvisible true, and a bunch of experience.

For the same effect but without experience you can use LeaveMeAlone.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


GMSummon

GMSummon <"type"> <level> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 252.4
Arguments:

Name Type Description
"type" string Entity ID to summon, enclosed in quotation marks
level string Level w/o taming bonus

Description: Spawn a creature of the specified type at the place of the player character and tames it. The dino isn't cheat-tamed, so still requires a saddle. The level is without taming bonus, so if you want to end with a level x you should divide that number by 1.5. E.g. you want level 150, that is 150 / 1.5 = 100. You type 100 and the result is 100 plus 50% taming bonus: 150.

The quotation marks around the type are mandatory.

See also Summon, SpawnDino
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat GMSummon "Dodo_Character_BP_C" 100

God

God

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Description: Toggles "god mode", making the player invulnerable to damage from attacks, explosions or from falling. This does not prevent player character death by drowning (InfiniteStats must be enabled to prevent this). Repeat the command to disable the mode.

To specifically enable or disable god mode, use the SetGodMode command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat god

HideTutorial

HideTutorial <TutorialIndex> 

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TutorialIndex Integer[32] {{{note1}}}

Description: Hides the tutorial specified by its tutorial index. See the ShowTutorial command description for a list of tutorial ids.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


HurtMe

HurtMe <Amount> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Amount Integer[64] Damage to deal

Description: Damages the player character.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat HurtMe 50

InfiniteStats

InfiniteStats

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Refills the player's health, stamina, oxygen, food & water immediately, and keeps them at their maximum level while the command is active. If the player is mounted the effects only apply to his mount, but not the player himself.

When firing weapons in infinitestats mode, no ammo is consumed from the inventory.
For weapons with magazines, bullets are removed from the magazine though. Once it is empty, and the "NO AMMO" message appears on the screen, it can be reloaded by either opening/closing the inventory or by switching weapons.

The command does not make the player invincible (i.e. he can still die from falls or high-level attacks such as a Dragon's bite, if the single-hit damage exceeds the player's maximum health stat). The command also has no effect on the carrying capacity.

Repeat the command to disable its effects.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat infinitestats

LeaveMeAlone

LeaveMeAlone

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Combination of God, InfiniteStats and EnemyInvisible true.

See also GMBuff
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


OnToggleInGameMenu

OnToggleInGameMenu

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Description: Opens or closes the in-game menu (when you hit the escape key).

To specifically show the in-game menu, use the ShowInGameMenu command.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


OpenMap

OpenMap <MapName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
MapName String Map's Name

Description: Loads the map specified by its name. (not sure if a file path is accepted)
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat OpenMap TheIsland

Playercommand

Playercommand <CommandName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
CommandName String possible values:
Ascend1 (for Gamma)
Ascend2 (for Beta)
Ascend3 (for Alpha)

Description: Currently used to give the player the ascension effect.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat playercommand Ascend1

SetAdminIcon

SetAdminIcon true|false

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments: true to enable, false to disable
Description: Hides the Admin Icon next to the name in chat when a player that has enabled cheats writes something.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat SetAdminIcon 0

SetFacialHairPercent

SetFacialHairPercent <Length> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Length Float Value to set relative length of facial hair.

Description: Sets value in the range from 0 to 1 (= 100%).

See also SetHeadHairPercent, SetHeadHairStyle, SetFacialHairStyle.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetFacialHairStyle

SetFacialHairStyle <Number> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Number Integer Number of facial hairstyle, see below.

Description: Sets value in the range from 0 to 7.

NumberFacial Hairstyle
0Default
1Moustache
2Goatee
3Romantic
4Dread Beard
5Mutton Chops
6Curly Beard
7Viking Beard

See also SetHeadHairStyle, SetFacialHairPercent, SetHeadHairPercent.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetHeadHairPercent

SetHeadHairPercent <Length> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Length Float Value to set relative hair length.

Description: Sets value in the range from 0 to 1 (= 100%).

See also SetFacialHairPercent, SetHeadHairStyle, SetFacialHairStyle.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetHeadHairStyle

SetHeadHairStyle <Number> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Number Integer Number of head hairstyle, see below.

Description: Sets value in the range from 0 to 7.

NumberFacial Hairstyle
0Default
1Mohawk
2Afro
3Romantic
4Dreadlocks
5Ponytail
6Braids
7Viking

See also SetFacialHairStyle, SetHeadHairPercent, SetFacialHairPercent.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetGodMode

SetGodMode <Enable> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Enable Boolean Enable god mode?

Description: Enables or disables god mode for the current player.

To simply toggle between god mode states, use the command God.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetTargetPlayerBodyVal

SetTargetPlayerBodyVal <BodyValIndex> <BodyVal> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 201.4
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BodyValIndex Integer[32] Body Regions
BodyVal Float ...

Description: Setting a value between -1.0 and 1.0 will adjust the targeted player area. Standard value is 0.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


SetTargetPlayerColorVal

SetTargetPlayerColorVal <ColorValIndex> <ColorVal> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 201.4
Arguments:

Name Type Description
ColorValIndex Integer[32] 0 : body, 1 : hair, 2 : eyes
ColorVal Float For eyes: 0 is yellow-ish, 0.4 is green-blue-ish, 0.5 is green 0.7 is orange, 0.8 is red

Description: Changes the color of various parts of the body. Does not use Color IDs, but a percentage of the slider seen at character creation.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ShowInGameMenu

ShowInGameMenu

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Description: Displays the in-game menu (same as when you hit the escape key).
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ShowTutorial

ShowTutorial <TutorialIndex> <ForceDisplay> 

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
TutorialIndex Integer[32] Tutorial index.
ForceDisplay Boolean True = show tutorial even if you've already seen it.

Description: Displays the tutorial specified by its tutorial ID. Tutorials are localized messages coded into the game that are displayed in the same area as the message of the day that shows new users hints about the game. These tutorials disappear after some time, just like the message of the day. Currently there are only two tutorials:

0Blank
1Your first day.

Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown

Suicide

Suicide

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE2)
Description: Kills yourself. Does the same thing as hurting yourself (see HurtMe command) for your current health, so it will not work if you are invincible. Was originally part of the game when it came out, but it was removed in a later patch. Since then it was re-added.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ToggleInfiniteAmmo

ToggleInfiniteAmmo

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Provides unlimited ammunition for all of the player character's weapons. Repeat the command to disable its effects.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat ToggleInfiniteAmmo

Walk

Walk

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Description: Deactivates "fly mode" (activated by the Fly command). Physics and gravity will be applied to the player character normally.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat walk

ToggleGun

ToggleGun

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Description: Prevents the player character's equipped item (or hands if nothing is equipped) from being displayed. Repeat the command to disable its effects.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat togglegun

RefillStats

RefillStats

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 281.107
Description: sets all stats to maximum once
Example:

Cheat RefillStats

GiveArmorSet

GiveArmorSet <Tier> <Quality> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 281.107
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Tier String use one of the specified tiersets below
Quality  ? can use numbers between 1 - 5

Description: Gives you a full armor set of the tier specified, and equips them for you.

Tier is required and should be one of the following:

  • Cloth
  • Chitin
  • Metal
  • Riot
  • Hazard (Full hazard suit)
  • Tek - don't forget to use GiveEngrams first
    Example:
Cheat GiveArmorSet Cloth 1

GiveWeaponSet

GiveWeaponSet <Tier> <Quality> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 281.107
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Tier Integer[32] see table below
Quality float optional float between 0 and 5 that determines how good the weapons are

Description: Gives you all weapons in the specified tier, as well as the correct ammo for them.

Tier is a required integer and should be one of the following:

TierContains
0Bow.png Bow, Pike.png Pike, Spear.png Spear, Bola.png Bola
1Assault Rifle.png Assault Rifle, Shotgun.png Shotgun, Longneck Rifle.png Longneck Rifle, Sword.png Sword, Grenade.png Grenade
2Compound Bow.png Compound Bow, Fabricated Sniper Rifle.png Fabricated Sniper Rifle, Rocket Launcher.png Rocket Launcher, C4 Charge.png C4 Charge
3Tek Grenade.png Tek Grenade, Tek Rifle.png Tek Rifle, Tek Railgun (Aberration).png Tek Railgun, Tek Sword (Ragnarok).png Tek Sword dont forget to use GiveEngrams first

Example:
Cheat GiveWeaponSet 0 1

GiveItemSet

GiveItemSet <Tier> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 281.107
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Tier Integer[32] See table below

Description: Gives you all items in the specified item set tier.

Tier is a required integer and should be one of the following:

TierContains
090 × Cooked Meat.png Cooked Meat, 200 × Stimberry.png Stimberry, 2 × Waterskin (Empty).png Waterskin
12 × Water Jar.png Water Jar, 200 × Stimberry.png Stimberry, 90 × Cooked Meat.png Cooked Meat, 100 × Medical Brew.png Medical Brew
2100 × Medical Brew.png Medical Brew, 100 × Energy Brew.png Energy Brew, 100 × Cactus Broth (Scorched Earth).png Cactus Broth,60 × Cooked Meat Jerky.png Cooked Meat Jerky, 2 × Canteen.png Canteen
35 × Shadow Steak Saute.png Shadow Steak Saute, 5 × Enduro Stew.png Enduro Stew, 5 × Focal Chili.png Focal Chili, 5 × Lazarus Chowder.png Lazarus Chowder, 100 × Medical Brew.png Medical Brew, 100 × Energy Brew.png Energy Brew, 100 × Cactus Broth (Scorched Earth).png Cactus Broth, 90 × Cooked Meat Jerky.png Cooked Meat Jerky

Example:
Cheat GiveItemSet 0

ClearMyBuffs

ClearMyBuffs

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Added: 281.107
Description: Attempts to deactivate all of your buffs (works on some buffs but not others)
Example:

Cheat ClearMyBuffs

Dino Commands

DestroyAll

DestroyAll <Type> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Type String Type to destroy

Description: Destroys all creatures of the specified type, both wild and tamed.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat DestroyAll Ankylo_Character_BP_C

DestroyAllEnemies

DestroyAllEnemies

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Destroys all non-player creatures on the map, including tamed creatures. This does not prevent new ones from spawning as usual.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat destroyallenemies

DoTame

DoTame

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Description: Tames the targeted creature if the creature is capable of being tamed, activating all triggers as if the player had tamed the creature normally (sound effect, dossier entry, gives experience, etc). Will crash game/server if done while mounted.

See also ForceTame.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


ForceTame

ForceTame

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Description: Immediately tames the dinosaur under the player's crosshairs. Dinosaurs tamed with this command can be ridden even when no saddle is equipped. Will crash game/server if done while mounted.

See also DoTame
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat forcetame

ForceTameAOE

ForceTameAOE <Radius> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Radius number {{{note1}}}

Description: Force tames every dino in specified radius, default's to 2000 if no number is given.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat ForceTameAOE 2500

RainCritters

RainCritters <NumCritters> <SpreadAmount> <ZOffset> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
NumCritters number Number of critters to spawn
SpreadAmount number Smaller number - more clustered, higher number, more spread out
ZOffset number height above the player

Description: Spawns a mix of sheep and dodos above the player, cannot change the creatures as it's hard coded into the game.
Similar to SpawnActorSpread.
Default numbers are 30 300 200
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

Cheat RainCritters 10 500 25

RainDinos

RainDinos <NumDinos> <SpreadAmount> <ZOffset> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 281.107
Arguments:

Name Type Description
NumDinos number Number of critters to spawn
SpreadAmount number Smaller number - more clustered, higher number, more spread out
ZOffset number height above the player

Description: Spawns a mix of trikes and parasaurs above the player, cannot change the creatures as it's hard coded into the game.
Similar to SpawnActorSpread.
Default numbers are 30 300 200
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

Cheat RainDinos 10 500 25

RainDanger

RainDanger <NumDinos> <SpreadAmount> <ZOffset> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 281.107
Arguments:

Name Type Description
NumDinos number Number of critters to spawn
SpreadAmount number Smaller number - more clustered, higher number, more spread out
ZOffset number height above the player

Description: Spawns a mix of rexes and allos above the player, cannot change the creatures as it's hard coded into the game.
Similar to SpawnActorSpread.
Default numbers are 30 300 200
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

Cheat RainDanger 10 500 25

SDF

SDF <NamePart> <Tamed> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
NamePart String significant part of a creature's Entity ID (without _C)
Tamed Boolean true or 1: tamed, false or 0: wild

Description: Spawn a creature of the specified type with a random level in front of the player character.

The NamePart has to be unique enough to specify the desired creature. E.g. "mega" is part of a lot of creature Entity IDs and is not suitable to specify what you want, but "ony" is significant enough to address a Baryonyx.

For a list of all Entity IDs see Creature IDs.

See also GMSummon, Summon, SpawnDino
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat sdf dodo 1

SetBabyAge

SetBabyAge <AgeValue> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
AgeValue Boolean Value to set age to (0.01 to 1).

Description: Sets the age of the target baby dino.

See also SetImprintQuality.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetImprintQuality

SetImprintQuality <ImprintValue> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
ImprintValue Float Value to set imprint quality to.

Description: Sets value in the range from 0 to 1 (= 100%) of the target baby or adult bred dino.

See also SetBabyAge
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


SetImprintedPlayer

SetImprintedPlayer <NewImprinterName> <playerID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
NewImprinterName String {{{note1}}}
playerID Integer[32] {{{note2}}}

Description: Changes the imprinted player of the target dino to the provided player name/id.


TransferImprints

TransferImprints <oldPlayerID> <newPlayerID> <NewImprinterName> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
oldPlayerID Integer[32] {{{note1}}}
newPlayerID Integer[32] {{{note2}}}
NewImprinterName String {{{note3}}}

Description: Transfers all dinos that are imprinted on the oldPlayerId to the newPlayerId. If the newPlayerId is online or located it will use that player's name otherwise it will use NewImprinterName.



SetTargetDinoColor

SetTargetDinoColor <ColorRegion> <ColorID> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Arguments:

Name Type Description
ColorRegion Integer[32] Color Region
ColorID Integer[32] Color ID.

Description: Sets the dino you target to specified color/s.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 0

SpawnActor

SpawnActor <BlueprintPath> <SpawnDistance> <SpawnYOffset> <ZOffset> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 207.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPath String Blueprint path
SpawnDistance Float Distance in direction of viewing.
SpawnYOffset Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
ZOffset Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.

Description: Spawns the entity specified by its blueprint path at a random level.

See also SpawnActorSpread, SpawnDino, Summon, SummonTamed, GMSummon
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat spawnactor "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 0 0

SpawnActorSpread

SpawnActorSpread <BlueprintPath> <SpawnDistance> <SpawnYOffset> <ZOffset> <NumberActors> <SpreadAmount> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPath String Blueprint path
SpawnDistance Float Distance in direction of viewing.
SpawnYOffset Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
ZOffset Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.
NumberActors Integer[32] Number of the specified entities to spawn.
SpreadAmount Float Unknown?

Description: Spawns a number of entities in the specified area.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnDino, Summon, SummonTamed, GMSummon
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


SpawnDino

SpawnDino <BlueprintPath> <SpawnDistance> <SpawnYOffset> <ZOffset> <DinoLevel> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
BlueprintPath String Blueprint path
SpawnDistance Float Distance in direction of viewing.
SpawnYOffset Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
ZOffset Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.
DinoLevel Integer[32] Dino level

Description: Spawns a leveled dino specified by its blueprint path.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnActorSpread, Summon, SummonTamed, GMSummon
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat spawndino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 0 0 120

Summon

Summon <type> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Added: 0.0 (UE1)
Arguments:

Name Type Description
type String Entity ID to summon

Description: Spawn a creature of the specified type at the place of the player character. Also usable to spawn Beacons.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnActorSpread, SpawnDino, SummonTamed, GMSummon
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:

cheat summon Ankylo_Character_BP_C

SummonTamed

SummonTamed <type> 

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
type String Entity ID to summon

Description: Spawn a force-tamed creature of the specified type at the place of the player character.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnActorSpread, SpawnDino, Summon, GMSummon
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes
Example:

cheat summontamed Ankylo_Character_BP_C

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DebugStructures

DebugStructures

Cheat: Yes
Target: Self
Description: Toggles the display of debug information on structures when you look at them, including the structure's class name and entity ID. You can use the class name in other commands.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes


Stat

Stat <Command> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 0.0 (UE2)
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Command String See below.

Description: Enables an on-screen display showing various debug information.

Only the standalone stat commands from UE3/UE4 are available - the multi stat output table has been disabled. Prefix all stat commands with the "stat" command (example: "stat fps" to show fps.) Enter the same stat command to disable showing it.

NameDescription
FPSDisplays the current number of frames being rendered per second and the amount of time taken to render the frame in milliseconds (ms).
LevelsDisplays a list of currently active levels and displays their status through color coding. Streaming levels are grouped under the persistent level. The number of seconds next to the level name is the time it took from load request to load finish.
UnitDisplays the time spent for the current frame on the CPU, the time spent in the game thread, the time spent in the render thread, and the time spent for the current frame on the GPU. The GPU frame time is only displayed if the time spent is greater than 0 (e.g. the GPU is actually being used / does exist).
UnitGraphNormally graphs the information in the "stat unit" command in UE4 games, but the graph is apparently also disabled. Color codes the labels in the "stat unit" command output.

Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown
Example:
cheat Stat fps

ShowDebug

ShowDebug <value> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
value String See below.

Description: Enables an on-screen overlay showing various debug information.

Prefix the value in the first column with ShowDebug, e.g. ShowDebug reset

NameDescription
resetResets everything to normal
physicsThis will show you Location, Speed & Gravity
cameraThis will show you information about your camera (position, FOV, angle, etc.)
bonesUse 3rd person view to see skeletal mesh
animationShows information about animation
inputAll input keys are show with their action while pressing them + mouse & joystick input
collisionShows radius and height of your collision model (not sure)
netShows remoterole and NetNode
weaponNo special information is given
aiNo special information is given

Compatible with gaming consoles: Yes

SetGraphicsQuality

SetGraphicsQuality <Quality> 

Cheat: -
Target: Self
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Quality Float Graphics quality.

Description: Sets your client's graphics quality. Note that Ark claims the quality parameter is actually an Integer[32], but it does accept decimals (so I called it a float, not sure if that's correct). This command is a general command that affects many different graphics settings, all of which will be set to the new value (rounding if necessary). This command does not change the quality to the graphics presets, which are generally much better to use. The table below lists the approximate corresponding graphics qualities.

<0Low
1Medium
2High
>3Epic

Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown

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commands that seem to be available but no info on how to us them

AutoCycle

AutoCycle <Duration> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Arguments:

Name Type Description
Duration

Description: unknown
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


DoRestartLevel

DoRestartLevel

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown? Appears to trigger an internal map restart.
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


GetPlayerIDForSteamID

GetPlayerIDForSteamID <SteamId> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
SteamId Integer[32]

Description: Bug: This command does not seem to work correctly, returning a different value than the one used in ShowMyAdminManager, and does not work for commands that require player ID.
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


GetSteamIDForPlayerID

GetSteamIDForPlayerID <PlayerId> 

Cheat: -
Target: -
Added: 254.0
Arguments:

Name Type Description
PlayerId Integer[32]

Description: ?
Compatible with gaming consoles: No


TestSteamRefreshItems

TestSteamRefreshItems

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ReportLeastSpawnManagers

ReportLeastSpawnManagers

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


ReportSpawnManagers

ReportSpawnManagers

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


VisualizeClass

VisualizeClass

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


VisualizeWorld

VisualizeWorld

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


VisualizeWorldGeo

VisualizeWorldGeo

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


PrintActorLocation

PrintActorLocation

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


AddItemToAllClustersInventory

AddItemToAllClustersInventory

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


UnlockAchievement

UnlockAchievement

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


TeleportToActorLocation

TeleportToActorLocation

Cheat: Yes
Target: -
Description: Unknown?
Compatible with gaming consoles: Unknown


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