One of the few things that have made Fallout 4 stay relevant for so long is the prevalence of mods on Nexus mod and other modding enthusiast platforms. Couple this with the fact that Bethesda put everyone on a free leash, letting the toy with the game as you please and you get a title that will keep on evolving as long as there is someone trying to survive the wastelands.
Apart from relying on mods to make the Fallout 4 life worthwhile, players also turn to game trainers, console commands and Cheat Engine cheat tables to help them make the game either easier so that they can gather needed resources or make it a little bit more challenging.
How to Use Cheat Engine Hacks on Fallout 4
Cheat Engine is a handy memory space editor that can be used to manipulate different game values. It can influence your inventory, your health and so much more. Most players just use ready Cheat Tables to load the hacks instead of ‘mining’ them on their own using Cheat Engine. If this is your first time using Cheat Engine (CE), you might want to go through our CE introductory guide that will talk you through the installation procedure and cheat Engine basics.
Pay keen attention to the guide above. You might end up digging up so much with Cheat Engine if you are to get what you really want. The cheat table below might not contain all the hacks you want and might not be compatible with your game version.
You can grab a copy of the Cheat Table here. Some of the features to expect include:
- God Mode
- No Recoil & No Spread
- Enemies Visible on Compass
- No Reload
- No Recharge
- Unlimited Carrying Capacity
- Unlimited Inventory (Hotkey: F1) *seems to cause a crash sometimes while exploring*
- Terminal Hack Always Accepted
- Instant Lockpick
- Infinite Ammo & Grenades
- Show Reload Animation
- Game Speed Mod
- get Timescale
- Cam Tweak
- Time of Day
- Set Speed
- Rapid Fire
- Speed and Weight mod
- Move Any Settlement Object
- Settlement Size Limitation
Fallout 4 Console Commands
To launch the console, press the tilde (~) key on your keyboard. The key is normally under the ESC key for the EN-US language. If you are on a different language and don’t want to set your Keyboard to English, you can use trial and error. Once you enter a console command, hit enter to activate it.
- modav strength # = set stat for strenght, endurance, intelligence, luck, perception, agility and charisma to number #
- [perk cheat code unknown] = use Cheat Engine to hack perk points for now (watch video below)
- tgm = god mode / unlimited health
- additem 000000f 999999 = infinite bottle caps
- additem 000000a 999999 = unlimited bobby pins
- unlock = still unlocks object (doors, consoles)
- kill = still kills object
- movetoqt = move to quest tracker
- advlevel = level up
- resurrect = resurrect selected character
- tmm1 = reveals the whole map
- srm = seems to work and fixes all items?
- setlevel # = set your level to # only works for leveling up
- modav carryweight 999 = carry unlimited weight (its permanent! yaay)
- additem item # 0 = The good old item cheat still works
Best Fallout 4 Console Commands
My favorite, and perhaps the most useful console command is the player.additem command. You can use it to give items to a character as long as you know the item ID. To get your item IDs, use the player.showinventory command. If you want to take anything away from your player, you can use the player.removeitem command (remember to add the item ID you wan’t to get rid of).