Satisfactory

Release date: March 19, 2019
Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Satisfactory Cheats and Console Commands

How to activate the console in Satisfactory and a list of useful console commands
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How to activate the console

To enable the console use in Satisfactory, you will need to press CTRL+SHIFT+L keys simultaneously in-game. The game will not indicate any changes once you've done that. Now you will be able to open console command line with the "~" (Tilde) key. Press the same key again to open a bigger window, which can be required for some commands to work properly.

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Console commands list

  • Gamma [value] — Adjusts the brightness level (Default is 2.2)
  • MaterialFlowAnalysis [Item] — Show the items required per second to craft a specified item. (Requires a large console window)
  • Pause — pauses the game. Use the command again to continue
  • r.Atmosphere [0/1] — Disables or Enables the atmosphere (Default is 1)
  • r.Fog [0/1] — Disables or Enables the fog (Default is 1)
  • r.ViewDistanceScale [value] — Sets render distance for objects (Default is 1)
  • r.ScreenPercentage [value] — Sets internal resolution scale (Default is 100)
  • r.TemporalAACurrentFrameWeight [value from 0 to 1] — Sets the impact of the current internal frame to the final image. The lower the value, the better the anti aliasing and upsampling will be (Default is 0.2)
  • r.TemporalAAFilterSize [value] — Sets the spread of the TAA samples. Use values below 1 to make the image more sharp (Default is 1)
  • r.TemporalAASamples [value] — Sets the number of TAA samples (Defaul is 8)
  • r.Tonemapper.Sharpen [value] — Applies that sharpen filter. The higher the value, the stronger the filter will be (Default is 0)
  • Stat FPS — Shows a FPS counter
  • Stat Levels — Displays level streaming info
  • Stat Unit — Shows information about various graphic statistics
  • Suicide — Kills the player
  • t.MaxFPS [value] — Sets maximum framerate (Set the value to 0 for unlimited) (Default is 0)
  • FOV [value] — Sets Field of View. (Values higher than 150 are not recommended)
  • ShowDebug [DebugType] — Using this command with any DebugType will display player's name, coordinates in the world, owner, base eye height, rotation and instigator, as well as bonus information, depending on what DebugType you have used.

[DebugType] can be replaced with:

  • AKAUDIOSOURCES — Displays information about all active audio sources
  • CAMERA — Displays information about the camera position
  • CIRCUITS — Displays information about any circuits in the world
  • FACTORY — Displays number of structures built by player (not including vehicles)
  • INPUT — Displays information about input, any keys being used, input method
  • NONE — Displays only the default information
  • PHYSICS — Displays information about all physical values being used, such as player's speed, player's velocity and etc.
  • RADIATION — Displays information about radioactivity and player's exposure levels
  • Reset — Hides all debug information
  • TRACKS — Displays information about railroad and tracks system
  • TRAINS — Displays information about railroad and trains
  • VEHICLE — Displays information about the vehicle that players is currently in
  • WEAPON — Displays information about held weapon

John Davis