Kingdom Come Deliverance Console Commands are a cool and helpful –if a little old way- of making your gaming experience a little bit more to your taste, whether that’s by turning off the HUD to help take some screenshots or turning on croshairs to aid you in shooting your bow.
Today, we have put together a complete console command list of the Kingdom Come: Deliverance game, and we’ve also added the simple steps on how to use console commands in the game, too.
Here’s a full list of all famous and non-famous known and available console commands in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Read on just below for info on how to access the command console, turn off HUD, add crosshair, and some other details that are worth knowing!
Kingdom Come Deliverance Console Commands List
|Switch on bow crosshairs||wh_pl_showfirecursor 1||Switch 1 to 0 to turn back off.|
|Turn off HUD||g_showHUD 0||Change 0 to 1 to turn back on.|
|Switch off Compass||wh_ui_showCompass 0||Replace 0 with 1 to turn back on.|
|Change field of view (FOV)||cl_fov X||Change X to FOV value. Menu has 60, 65, 70 and 75 as standard options.|
|Exit to desktop||q||Quits immediately without saving.|
|Change view distance||e_ViewDistRatio X||Replace X with value, the default is 500.|
|Change view distance for trees only||e_ViewDistRatioVegetation X||Replace X with value, the default is 500.|
|Change view distance for other plants||e_MergedMeshesInstanceDist X||Replace X with value, the default is 20.|
|Change motion blur||r_MotionBlur X||Replace X with 0 for off, 1 for camera only, 2 for default.|
|Change gravity||p_gravity_z X||Replace X with value. Default is -13. Doesn’t seem to be active.|
|Disables vsync||r_vsync 0||Switches off vsync to potentially increase FPS, but difference isn’t clear.|
How To Use Console Commands In Kingdom Come: Deliverance And Other Things To Know
To use console commands in KCD, press the ¬ key on a UK keyboard, or ~ key on a US keyboard, or – either way, you will find the key just under Esc in the top left.
Aside the basics of using console commands, here are other information worth knowing as you journey through the game:
- Not all commands work – The above list has been tested, and they’re accepted as commands (although the vsync and gravity ones seem to have little to nil effect), however, you can find more online- including cheats, particular parts of the User Interface (UI) that you can turn off, and even the ability to save your game on the spot- that was once available in the beta version but have long since been disabled.
If we find any more, we’ll update this page.
- Some console commands will crash the game – We discovered this primarily when testing the “load” and “save” commands (and so have decided to exclude them above), and although it didn’t crash when we tried any of the codes list above, it’s probably way better to save your game before you begin playing around with console commands—- JUST TO BE AT A SAFER SIDE!
We hope you enjoyed our Kingdom Come deliverance Console commands, cheats, mod, add item and unlock special button list.