Starfield, developed by Bethesda, is their first IP in over 20 years. Since Microsoft bought Bethesda, they have been betting big on this space exploration RPG. Although initially, there was some negative reception, the game has since grown in likeability as more players get through the initial setup stages of the storyline and gameplay.
In this system, players can choose from a variety of hulls, propulsion systems, weapons, and interior layouts to create their dream spacecraft. But beyond ship-building, there’s another layer of customization available through console commands.
Starfield has multiple endings, and as such, there is a New Game Plus mode, which lets you restart the game while retaining some of your progress, such as items and weapons. Players can choose to play the new game after completing the original playthrough and choosing one of the endings.
How to use console cheats on PC and Xbox.
Console commands are a staple in Bethesda games, and Starfield is no exception. Moreover, these commands can help you adjust a huge range of settings in Starfield, providing a degree of manipulation that could notably change your gameplay experience. In order to access console instructions in Starfield, press the tilde (~) key on your keyboard.
Further, this will open a text box wherein you can type in various commands to gain a huge advantage in the gameplay. From tweaking settings to experimenting with game mechanics, these console commands have the potential to be a true game-changer. Here are a number of the maximum beneficial and popular commands you may need to try:
tgm: Toggles God Mode, making you invincible.
player.additem [item ID] [amount]: Adds specific items to your inventory.
set timescale to [number]: Alters the speed of time in the game.
coc [cell ID]: Instantly teleports you to a specific location.
player.setav [skill] [number]: Sets a particular skill to a specific value.
resurrect [ID]: Brings a dead NPC back to life.
player.modav carryweight [number]: Increases your carrying capacity by the specified number.
unlock: Unlocks doors, safes, or terminals you’re pointing at.
Remember, using these commands can disable achievements, so think carefully before you start using them.
For Xbox players, there is an ingenious way to access these PC-exclusive console commands. The process involves using cross-platform saves. Players need to use a PC to open Starfield, use the console commands, and save the game. After that, locate the saved file on the PC and transfer it to the drive.
Players can now transfer the save file to the Xbox by going to storage settings; you’ll see an option for ‘External Storage.’ Select it, find your save file, and choose the option to transfer it to the console’s internal storage. You can load the save file on your Xbox and continue playing with the applied console commands. Further, Xbox will automatically place the save file in the correct directory for Starfield.