From Fly to Give Item, here are all the useful Satisfactory Cheats and Console commands worth utilizing right now.
Assuming you have played Factorio, then Satisfactory wouldn’t be that new to you. It’s a phenomenal title with true pontentials and beautiful graphics. At its core, Satisfactory is a first person shooter building sim which takes place in an open world environment where players are meant to control an engineer on an alien planet.
Being part of the Save the World program, the goal of the game is to build a massive machine for an unknown purpose. Hence throughout the gameplay, players will be tasked with constructing multi-story factories and automating them to their satisfaction.
Also Read: Outward Cheats and Console Commands
Albeit interesting, Satisfactory can actually be a very difficult game to play. It’s unlike Factorio as combats occur from time to time. Now if you are looking to spice up things a little or probably want to make the game a whole lot easier to play, then here are all the Satisfactory cheats and console commands worth utilizing right now.
Sincerely speaking, there aren’t a slew of Satisfactory Cheats out there. But if you’re looking to get unlimited health, items and more, then you are better off using WeMod Satisfactory trainer. It’s a very handy software that offers over 7 cheat options for Satisfactory and they are;
- Unlimited Health
- Instant Pod Return
- Unlimited Items
- Set Game Speed
- Super Inventory Size
- Easy Craft
- One Hit Kill
To use the WeMod trainer, you’d need to download it first. Once this is done, simply open the app and click on Games. From here, select Satisfactory from the list of installed games and you should see a list of available cheats to apply in the game on the next page.
Ignore them and click the Play button at the top right. Once you are in-game, simply minimize to WeMod and this time, enable all the cheats you want to use.
Satisfactory Console Commands
With the Satisfactory Cheats now in your custody, it is time to unveil a handful of useful commands. But before we begin, simply press CTRL + SHIFT + L at the same time on your keyboard to activate the console. Once done, press the Tilde ~ key once to open up the console commands line. Hitting it twice will make the window larger as this is required by some commands. Now without further ado, are are all the useful Satisfactory Console Commands worth implementing right now.
- Gamma [number] – Changes the Gamma brightness level according to the specified number. Example Gamma 2.2
- materialFlowAnalysis recipeName[FString] – This is used to find the items required per second for all craftable items in the game. Example materialFlowAnalysis Iron Rod
Note that it requires large console commands window.
- r.Atmosphere [eithor 0 or 1] – Activates/deactivates the atmosphere.
- r.Fog [either 0 or 1] – Activates/deactivates the fog
- r.ViewDistanceScale – Sets the render distance of things like Trees, Foliage, Rocks
- r.ScreenPercentage [percent] – Sets internal resolution scale to the specified percentage. Example r.ScreenPercentage 100
- r.TemoporalAACurrentFrameWeight [number] – Sets the impact of the current internal frame to the final image. Example r.TemporalAACurrentFrameWeight 0.05
- r.TemporalAAFilterSize – Sets the spread of the TAA samples
- r.TemporalAASamples [number] – Sets the number of samples to use for TAA. Example r.TemporalAASamples 2
- r.Tonemapper.Sharpen 0 – Sets the amount of a simple sharpen filter
- Stat FPS – This command activates the game’s built-in FPS counter
- Stat Level – This displays level streaming info
- Stat Unit – This shows a small readout of various statistics
- Suicide – This command kills the player
- t.MaxFPS 0 – Sets maximum framerate
- FOV [number] – This command sets field of view to the desired number. Example FOV 100
- Pause – This command pauses the game
- ShowDebug [DebugType] – This command once used with any DebugType will display player’s name, coordinates in the world, rotation, instigator, owner and several other informations.
Below are every single DebugType you can use in Satisfactory. Simply replace the text DebugType with any of the following;
- AI – This shows information regarding enemies and/or automated vechicles near the player.
- AKAUDIOSOURCES – This shows the number of active audio sources plus other informations.
- ANIMATION – This shows information regarding what frame/name of an animation is being played
- BONES – This shows information regarding bone connections and their orientation in non-static models.
- CAMERA – This shows extra information about the camera position underneath default information.
- CIRCUITS – This shows information regarding any power networks (circuits) in the world.
- COLLISION– This shows collision information.
- FACTORY – This shows the number of player-built structures (not including vehicles).
- FORCEFEEDBACK – This shows information about current force feedback values and what is contributing to that calculation underneath default information.
- INPUT – This shows information about which input method is currently being used and more.
- NET – This shows multiplayer connection info
- NONE – This shows only default information, thereby hiding the rest
- PHYSICS – This shows information about current player velocity components, total player speed, total player speed (2D), acceleration experienced by the player and other physics-related information.
- RADIATION – This shows information related to the radioactivity subsystem including; Number of radiation sources, emitters and levels of radiation emitted and player exposure level.
- RADIATIONSPHERES – This shows spheres where radiation would begin to affect the player.
- Reset – This hides all debug information.
- SIGNIFICANCEMANAGER – This shows information on the significance of sounds currently being played and their volume relative to each other.
- TRACKS – This shows information on the railroad subsystem pertaining to tracks.
- TRAINCOUPLERS – This shows information regarding connections between train cars.
- TRAINS – This shows information on the railroad subsystem pertaining to trains.
- VEHICLE – This shows information on the vehicle the player is currently in including: Speed, Steering angle, throttle information, whether or not the brake is on, current gear, engine RPM, drag force being experienced and physics information about each wheel on the vehicle
- WEAPON – This shows information regarding held weapons/tools.
So these are all the useful Satisfactory Cheats and Console Commands worth utilizing. Do note that commands such as Fly, Ghost, GiveItem, Cheats and Teleport aren’t currently working.