ESO The Elder Scrolls Online PS4 God Mode Cheat PVP

A God mod in most combat or first person shooter games is a divine gift that will render you indestructible for moments. Since most games rarely have this invincible mode, it is up to you, the player to use hacks or cheat codes that make you invincible. In this case, Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) God Mode is all about how you play as there is no specific cheat code for this moment. This is a PS4 god mode and will probably work on PC and Xbox One.

This is an occasional glitch that happens when you get stuck in an overload attack. Check out the video below to see how it happens and how to trigger it.

Elder Scrolls Online God Mode Explainer Video

Becoming a Vampire in ESO

A controllable alternative to this glitch-induced god mode is contracting the Vampire disease. How do you do this? Easy, find vampires in an advanced level zone of Tamriel and let it bight you or just walk into special sites that have a crescent moon symbol.

After this, complete the Scion of the Blood Matron quest to turn or simply cure yourself of the disease. Be warned that being a vampire makes you vulnerable to fire and you will spend health, not magicka, to cast vampire skills.

  • Stage 1 (30 minutes): +50% fire damage weakness
  • Stage 2 (60 minutes): -25% health regeneration, +50% fire damage weakness, -20% health cost to vampirism skills
  • Stage 3 (90 minutes): -50% health regeneration, +50% fire damage weakness, -40% health cost to vampirism skills
  • Stage 4 (90+ minutes): -75% health regeneration, +50% fire damage weakness, -60% health cost to vampirism skills

ESO Emotes Commands

Here is an additional list of console commands that will give you corresponding emote reactions.

/angry

/annoyed

/applaud

/approve

/armscrossed

/beckon

/beg

/beggar

/bestowblessing

/bless

/blowkiss

/boo

/bored

/bow

/brushoff

/bucketsplash

/celebrate

/cheer

/clap

/cold

/come

/comehere

/confused

/congrats

/congratulate

/controlrod

/cower

/crouch

/cry

/cuckoo

/curtsey

/dance

/dancedrunk

/disapprove

/disgust

/dishonor

/dismiss

/doom

/downcast

 

/grats

/greet

/hail

/hammer

/hammerlow

/hammerwall

/handonhips

/handtoheart

/headache

/headscratch

/heartbroken

/hello

/honor

/huh

/humble

/impatient

/jumpingjacks

/kiss

/kneel

/kneelpray

/knock

/kowtow

/laugh

/leanback

/leanside

/leaveme

/lol

/lute

/no

/nod

/overhere

/payme

/phew

/playdead

/drink

/drink2

/drum

/drunk

/dustoff

/eat

 

/saluteloop

/saluteloop2

/scared

/scratch

/search

/shakefist

/shh

/shieldeyes

/shout

/shovel

/shrug

/sick

/sigh

/sit

/sit2

/sit3

/sit4

/sit5

/sit6

/sitchair

/situps

/sleep

/stagger

/stop

/stretch

/surprised

/surrender

/tap

/taunt

/thank

/thanks

/thankyou

/threaten

/thumbsdown

/thumbsup

/exasperated

/facepalm

/faint

/fistpump

/flirt

/flute

 

/tilt

/torch

/touch

/twiddle

/wagfinger

/wand

/wave

/welcome

/whisper

/whistle

/write

/yawn

/yes

/you

/point

/pointback

/pointup

/pointleft

/pointright

/pointdown

/poke

/pour

/pray

/preen

/push

/pushup

/pushups

/rally

/ritual

/rubhands

/rude

/drunk

/dustoff

/eat

/exasperated

/facepalm

/faint

/fistpump

/flirt

/flute

/followme

/goaway