List of Fallout 4 PC Console CommandsEach entry below indicates the command to be entered into the console, and the effect of that command. Note: you do not need to type the brackets when entering these into the console. tgm - God mode, for complete invulnerability. tcl - No collision with objects. Walk through walls, or pretty much anywhere else. tai - Turns off AI. Causes all characters to become immobile, with blank expressions. tcai - Turns off combat AI. Finally, world peace! killall - Kills off everyone in the surrounding area, except for Companions and other important characters, who will instead flop to the ground in need of a stimpak. kill [insert ID] - Kills the creature of the ID indicated. resurrect [insert ID] - resurrects the creature indicated. setgs fJumpHeightMin [insert number] - Allows players to modify their jump height based on the inserted number. Higher numbers result in higher jumps. However, the fall damage from high jumps will still kill you, so be sure to enable god mode first. player.setav speedmult [insert number] - A multiplier is added to your running speed, based on the inserted number. player.forceav carryweight [insert number] - Increase carry weight capacity by the indicated number. No more being over encumbered! tfc - Activates the flycam, which is perfect for aerial screenshots. tm - Toggles the UI and HUD off and on. However, this command will also prevent you from seeing the command console. Press the tilde and type â€˜tmâ€™ again blindly to retrieve the UI. Use this in conjunction with the previous command for display-free screenshots. sexchange - Gives your character a sex change, obviously. However, once you revert back, your character seems to revert to the default character as well, meaning you potentially lose your face and hair customizations. Make a backup save before trying this command just in case. player.additem [insert item ID] [insert number] - This is the command formula to add items to your inventory based on the quantity indicated by the inserted number. This will work for any item, as long as you know the item ID. Here are two examples: player.additem 0000000f 2500 - Adds 2500 Bottlecaps into your inventory (change the desired quantity). player.additem 0000000a 2500 - Adds 2500 Bobby Pins to the player's inventory (again, change the quantity). setscale [insert number from 1 to 10] - Increases the size of your target, or yourself, based on the indicated number. coc qasmoke - Teleports the player to a hazy, dreamlike room with a series of boxes that contain all items in the game. Thereâ€™s also a lineup of Power Armor and various workbenches throughout. You canâ€™t fast travel out of this weird world, but you can at least use it as a chance to figure out item IDâ€™s for commands. To figure out an itemâ€™s ID, open the console and click on the item with your mouse. This command can be useful in conjunction with the previous command. set timescale to [insert number] - Can speed up or slow down time. The game defaults to 16, with real-time being 1. Negative numbers likely slow down time. tdetect - Causes AI to no longer detect you. A pickpocketâ€™s dream! player.modav [skill] [number] - Increase a particular skill by the indicated number amount. For example, â€œplayer.modav charisma 10â€ would increase your charisma by 10 skill points. player.setlevel [insert number] - Bump up your characterâ€™s level to the number indicated. caqs - This will complete all steps of the primary quest, completing the main story instantly. Caution: this will essentially spoil the entire game. Use this command at your own risk, or perhaps on a new character once youâ€™ve completed the game yourself. Credits to creator.