Best Fallout New Vegas console commands on PC

Sam Smith
Fallout New Vegas console commands

The Fallout New Vegas console commands are incredibly useful. Here are the best ones you can use to enhance your wasteland wandering.

The Fallout New Vegas console commands have helped maintain the longevity of the game, as despite coming out in 2010, it’s still extremely popular on PC. The game’s development was farmed out to Obsidian while Bethesda worked on projects like Skyrim. Yet the Courier’s adventure through the Mojave Wasteland remains one of the most celebrated Fallout experiences of all time.

Console commands help players tailor the experience to their liking, serving as cheats in some cases and quick fixes in others. These are the very best console commands you can use on PC for Fallout New Vegas.

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VATs gunplay in Fallout New Vegas is still satisfying.

Best Fallout New Vegas console commands

Here’s a breakdown of all the most useful console commands you can use and what each one does:

Code Effect
tgm God mode code. Provides Infinite health, encumbrance, and infinite ammo.
tdm Demigod mode code. Just infinite health and encumbrance.
tfc Toggles free camera.
tm Toggles UI and menus on and off.
tcl No clipping mode, allows player to phase through the environment.
tmm 1 Adds all map markers.
tmm o Removes all map markets
Killall All NPCs, enemies and animals nearby are killed.
set timescale to <#> Speeds up or slows down in-game time. Put this to 30 to reset to default.

Spawn in-game items/characters

The Fallout New Vegas console commands can also be used to spawn enemies and items. The only complication is you need to know that item/enemy’s individual ID. The good news is all IDs can be found here.

To use each code, bring up the console and type: player.additem followed by a space, the ID, another space then the quantity. It should look something like this:

For example: player.additem 0013BF53 1

If you typed the above into the console, you’d be the proud owner of the villainous Caesar’s armor.

By typing: player.removeitem

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Weapon codes

If you’re in mood to spawn some weapons or armor, then these are the codes you need:

Weapon Code
Lucky revolver 000e2c86
Mysterious Magnum 00127c6c
Li’l Devil pistol xx000805
Anti-materiel Rifle 0008f21c
Assault Carbine (GRA) 0008f21e
Christine’s CoS silencer rifle xx0112ba
Silenced .22 SMG 0008f218
Sturdy Caravan Shotgun 001735e3
Minigun 0000433f
Alien blaster 00004322
Euclid’s C-Finder 0014eb3c
Pew Pew laser rifle 00103b1d
Flamer 0000432d
Plasma caster 000906cf
Tesla cannon 000e2bec
Fat Man 0000432c
Mercy 0015fff4
Missile Launcher 00004340
Chainsaw 0015fe44
Power Fist 00004347

Armor codes

Armor Code
Brotherhood T-45b power armour 00075201
T45d power armour 00014e13
Combat armour (reinforced) 00126500
NCR Ranger combat armour 00129254
Stealth Suit Mk II xx00c12f
Advanced Radiation suit 0003307a
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Fallout New Vegas features console commands that allows you to bend factions like the NCR to your will.

Console commands to change your character

These codes allow you to make changes to your playable character:

Fallout New Vegas faction reputation codes

The following codes help you raise your fame or notoriety with each of the games factions. Bascially, this will allow you to make them either think highly of you – or want to shoot you on sight.

addreputation

Code Effect
setscale 1 is the default number. The higher the number, the bigger you’ll become. If you put anything like -1 you’ll shrink your character.
setlevel X Put whichever level you’d like to be in the X.
rewardxp 15000 Gives 15,000 XP.
sexchange Changes your character’s gender.
showracemenu Change your character’s race.
showbarbermenu Change your character’s hairstyle.
shownamemenu Change your character’s name.
addperk Add a perk. Replace the
removeperk Take a perk away.
setav speedmult X The X is your character’s speed. 100 is default speed, go as fast or slow as you desire.

About The Author

Sam is a Senior Games Writer for Dexerto specializing in Survival Horror, Diablo, Final Fantasy, and Soulslikes. An NCTJ accredited journalist, Sam also holds a degree in journalism from the University of Central Lancashire and has many years of experience as a professional writer. Being able to marry his love of writing with his addiction to video games was always one of his life goals. He also loves all things PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo in equal measure. Contact at sam.smith@dexerto.com