No Support for Fallout 4 Console Commands, Says Bethesda

By   /   Nov 23, 2015
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In case you were hoping to use Fallout 4 Console Commands to do even more in the game, let us tell you that Bethesda Softworks is not only against their usage but they are also warning people of the game being messed up in case users experiment with them.

Pete Hines the vice president of marketing and public relations at Bethesda was asked by a fan over Twitter that just like mods are coming to consoles was it possible to allow console commands, to this he replied with a strict “nope.”

This was followed by an explanation where Hines says that the “use of the console is not supported or recommended on PC. That kind of thing isn’t permitted on consoles anyway.”

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While further explaining the implication of Fallout 4 console commands being used (which could have allowed for interesting ideas like instant leveling up, god-mode and sex changes), he said that they will “very easily mess up save games.”

Still interested in what the Fallout 4 console commands have to offer? Head to our compilation of all that is to do and see what you come up with. There are about two dozens of console commands that you can try out.

For people who are a little more inclined towards the proper ways, and still need some help, we suggest you check out our Here There Be Monsters, Kind in a Fridge, Long Road Ahead Guide, PC Item Codes Guide, or the X-01 Power Armor Locations Guide.