Quick Guide to Spawning

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The following command list for Kingdom Come: Deliverance will enable you to modify the gameplay according to your preference, either changing the game or making it easier to complete. The commands need to be entered in the console, enabled by pressing the tilde key. Here are the working console commands for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. To activate the console, press the tilde key while in-game. You'll see the console drop down from the top of the screen. Hare meat is raw food item in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and is a type of raw meat. It is obtained by hunting hares, can be cooked to make cooked hare meat, used in a drying shed to make dried hare meat, or used in a smoke house to make smoked hare meat. If you killed the hare yourself, its meat will be considered stolen, as hares belong to the lords. Poaching is a crime, so you should be.

The developers of Kingdom Come: Deliverance have currently disabled the Console Command that allows you to spawn items and gold now that the game has had its full release. It is possible, however, to add a mod to game that will add many new commands, including a working item spawn command. You can check out our guide on installing and using the mod here, or scroll down below to jump to a specific guide on the item spawning command.

Using the “Cheat” Mod

Before we take a look at spawning items, we’ll need to download and install the mod in order to unlock the command. If you’re a modding pro, you probably already know how to do this. If not, no problem! Take a look at our installation guide for this particular game mod.

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Once you’ve set up the mod and booted up your game, open the ingame console using the (~) key. The command we’re going to use to spawn any item into our very own game is cheat_add_item. Here’s a rundown of the usage and arguments.

cheat_add_item

cheat_add_item <Amount> <Health> <Item ID>

Description: Spawns the selected item(s) into your inventory with the specified amount and conidition

Arguments:

  • <Amount> – the amount of the item you want. By default the amount is set to 1, so if only want 1 item you can skip this argument.
  • <Health> – the condition or ‘health’ of the item(s) you’re going to spawn. By default the amount is set to 100 (the maximum), so this argument may also be skipped unless you wish to spawn an item of worse condition.
  • <Item ID> – use the list above to locate the item you want, and then copy and paste the ID into the command.

Example Usage

Still unsure? Let’s take a look at a few examples. For the most part, you probably won’t be using the <Amount> or <Health> arguments. So, for example, if you wanted to spawn Herod’s Sword you would use the following command:

cheat_add_item 21afc054-37d2-4cce-928e-c7d0d2e295c5

However if for some reason you wanted to spawn 20 Warhammers with a condition or ‘health’ of 75, you would use the following command:

cheat_add_item 20 75 24a7c868-f23f-4799-8e64-331435a77404

You can’t have an open-world, PC-centric hardcore RPG without console commands. Kingdom Come: Deliverance has its own console you can use and abuse to change a variety of settings and features — but the game is light on actual cheats. Still, these console commands are a pretty great way to gain even more control over your experience. You’ll be able to disable the HUD and take awesome screenshots, add a crosshair to make those archery challenges much easier, or even add items to your inventory.

While the game is out now, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an evolving platform, and fans are eagerly uncovering all the secrets they can — including more console commands. We’ll be updating the full list of console commands below as more are discovered, unveiled, and tested. You’ll also find a list of untested, or currently unavailable commands that should work, and may work in the future, but don’t currently for whatever reason. Here’s hoping for the future.

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How To Use Console Commands

[Work-in-Progress: Check back soon for new console commands as they’re discovered and tested. Drop us a note if you’ve found a console command, or one of the console commands below isn’t working.]

The console is a powerful tool you can use to change settings and features on-the-fly while playing Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Using it is incredibly easy, and doesn’t require any setup.

  • To bring down the console window, press the [`] tilde key in-game.

Type your command into the console, then press enter. Commands usually have a # numerical value — replace # with a number to change the setting. For settings that can be toggled on or off, use 0 for off, and 1 for on.

Also, it’s worth noting that console commands DO NOT disable Steam Achievements.

Console Commands List

[NOTE: Some of these console commands are untested, and may cause unexpected issues when used. Be prepared to load a previous save file if something goes wrong.]

  • g_showHUD 0

Disables HUD. Replace [0] with [1] to enable HUD.

  • wh_pl_showfirecursor 1

Adds a crosshair when firing a bow. Replace [0] with [1] to disable crosshairs.

  • cl_fov ##

Sets the FoV (Field of View). [Default: 60]

  • r_MotionBlur 0

Disables motion blur. Replace [0] with [1] to enable motion blur.

  • r_depthofFieldmode 0

Disables depth of field during dialogue. Replace [0] with [1] to enable depth of field.

  • r_vsync 0

Disables vysnc. Replace [0] with [1] to enable vsync.

  • wh_ui_showCompass 0

Disables the HUD compass. Replace [0] with [1] to enable the compass.

  • e_ViewDistRatio ###

Changes objects render distance. [Default: 500]

  • e_ViewDistRatioVegetation X

Changes vegetation render distance. [Default: 500]

  • e_MergedMeshesInstanceDist X

Changes grass animation distance. [Default: 20]

Untested, Unconfirmed, & Not-Working Console Commands

The following console commands are available to search and use in-game, but for whatever reason they don’t seem to be working currently. There might be a way to re-enable them, or they might even work with a future patch. It’s worth keeping these codes in mind.

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  • wh_cheat_money #

Would add gold to your inventory. Currently not working.

  • wh_cheat_addItem # ItemID

Gives a # amount of items after entering the ItemID. Should work, but no ItemID table currently exists.

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  • g_godmode 1

Would make you invulnerable. Currently not working.

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  • e_TimeOfDay
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Would show the time of day. Currently not working.

  • p_gravity_z #

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Should change the intensity of gravity in-game. Currently doesn’t seem to do anything. [Default: 13]

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