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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
0 Bow, Pike, Spear, Bola
1 Assault Rifle, Shotgun, Longneck Rifle, Sword, Grenade
2 Compound Bow, Fabricated Sniper Rifle, Rocket Launcher, C4 Charge
3 Tek Grenade, Tek Rifle, Tek Railgun, 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, 200 ×  Stimberry, 2 ×  Waterskin
12 ×  Water Jar, 200 ×  Stimberry, 90 ×  Cooked Meat, 100 ×  Medical Brew
2100 ×  Medical Brew, 100 ×  Energy Brew, 100 ×  Cactus Broth,60 ×  Cooked Meat Jerky, 2 ×  Canteen
35 ×  Shadow Steak Saute, 5 ×  Enduro Stew, 5 ×  Focal Chili, 5 ×  Lazarus Chowder, 100 ×  Medical Brew, 100 ×  Energy Brew, 100 ×  Cactus Broth, 90 ×  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

SetMyTargetSleeping

SetMyTargetSleeping

Cheat: Yes
Target: Target
Added: 281.107
Description: Knocks out target Dino or player
Example:

Cheat setmytargetsleeping 1 (1 to knock target out 0 to wake target up)