Console Commands & Cheat Codes – V Rising Wiki Guide

Tired of spending hours tinkering while you gather resources and other materials to progress your castle construction? Luckily, there are options available that don’t just include adjusting your default server to include cheat settings, instead you can enable console commands that can be used much more sparingly.

In this V Rising guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about enabling console commands and cheats, as well as the best console commands on offer, and a complete list of all available commands and cheats to use in your own private game or dedicated server in V Rising.


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How to Enable Console Commands and Hints

Using console commands in V Rising is relatively simple and only requires a few key settings to be enabled and enabled before you can start using cheat codes.

To get started, the first thing you’ll need to do is make sure that Console Commands are enabled. To do this, follow the simple sets below:

  • Select “Choice” in Main Menu / BreakMenu.
  • Below Generalselect “Console Enabled” and make sure it is checked.
  • Go back to your game and press the Tilde key, represented by the ` key under Esc.
  • This will open the console menu, which can be closed by pressing the ` key again.

Now that console commands are allowed, it’s time to make sure that administrator privileges are also enabled. This particular step will be different depending on the type of server you are playing on. If you are using a private game to play V Rising, you will need to follow the steps below:

  • Open the console command by pressing the ` key.
  • Once open, type “administrator” and press Enter to enable administrator access.

How to Enable Admin Authority and Console Commands on Dedicated Servers (GPortal)

On the other hand, if you rent a server from GPortal Steps To ensure that cheat-type console commands are accessible, you will need to follow the steps below:

  • Once you have completed purchasing your server from GPortal, navigate to My servers and select your V Rising server.
  • First, let’s make sure your server is on line by clicking the switch next to your server name.
  • Now that your server is on, select Basic settings in the side menu and scroll down to User Management Category.

  • In the Admin list boxtype your ID STEAM-64 to enable administrator access to your steam account. With your Steam-64 ID pasted in the box, click to safeguard in the upper right corner to save changes.
    • If you don’t know how to find your Steam-64 ID, just go to your profile in Steam and right click on your profileand select ‘Copy Page URL.’
    • Now head to Steam ID Finder and copy url in the Basic search bar and press Find a Steam ID.
    • From here, look for the steamID64 (December): section and copy the list of numbers that appear at the end of the profile link — this will be your Steam-64 ID.

How to Use Console Commands and Hints

Now that you’ve successfully enabled console commands, you’re probably wondering how exactly you use them. Luckily, using console commands is pretty straightforward, so let’s get started.


First, let’s enable the List command, which, as the name suggests, will display a complete list of all console command codes. Here’s how:

  • Open the console command by pressing the ` key.
  • With the console open, type Listing and press Tongue to end autofill. Once auto-filled, press Walk in and watch the full list of console commands appear.

Simple, right? Let’s take it a step further and type in a cheat that requires two parameters to be entered.

  • Open the console command by pressing the ` key.
  • In the console, type give (it can be filled automatically by pressing Tongue when partially tapped) and press Space.
  • A list of potential functions should now appear. Use your At the top and Down Directional keys to select from the list of items. You can also type the name of the item you are looking to get.
  • Once you have found the item you want, press Tongue to end autofill. All that’s left is to type the number of items you would like to receivefollowed by Walk in to complete the order.

If the “give” and “giveset” cheat codes do not appear or work when you type them into the console, it probably means you don’t have server permissions to access the command.

As mentioned in How to enable console commands, it is important to ensure that you have “adminauth” enabled and server admin status when using a dedicated server.

Note that the same rules and methods used above apply to all console commands listed below.

Best Cheats and Console Commands in V Rising

From giving players free items and resources to accessing unlimited teleports around Vardoran, here are some of the best cheat codes you’ll want to use in V Rising.

  • add time
    • Adds up to 12 hours of game time jumping, affecting current game time and unit and item respawn timers. Use this command in quick succession to add more time. Please
  • administrator
    • Provides access to commands such as ‘give‘ and ‘gifts‘.
  • give (What, Amount)
    • Here’s what your code will look like if you give yourself 1,000 blood essence:
      • give “[Name]Blood Essence – Item_BloodEssence_T01 – Guid: 862477668” 1000
  • gift (what)
    • Here’s what your code will look like if you treat yourself to a level 7 hardware kit:
      • gifts Official_Materials_T07
  • Listing
    • This provides a complete list of all console commands.
  • teleport (Who, Where, WorldPosX, WorldPosY)
  • TeleportPlayerToMe (user)
  • TeleportPlayerToMousePosition (user)
  • TeleportToChunk (unnamed argument)
  • TeleportToChunkWaypoint (unnamed argument)
    • Here’s what your code will look like if you’re looking to teleport to the Waygate in Silverlight Hills. There are no resource restrictions when teleporting this way.
      • TeleportToChunkWaypoint 6.1
  • TeleportToPlayer (user)
  • banuser (Steam ID)
  • clan accept
  • hiding

List of all console commands and cheats

Below are all the cheat codes, console commands, and root level commands you can use in V Rising. This list includes commands that provide free items and resources, teleport around Vardoran, accept clan members, and more.

  • add time
  • Alias ​​(alias, command)
  • Bind (key combination, command)
  • alterability
  • modify the health of the nearest mouse
  • Clear
  • ClearTempBindings
  • MultiCommand (Commands)
  • Profile Information
  • RemoveAlias ​​(Alias)
  • TempBind (keybind, command)
  • Unlink (key combination)
  • administrator
  • admindeauth
  • adminonlydebugevents (unnamed argument)
  • banccharacter (Character Name)
  • banned
  • banuser (Steam ID)
  • clan accept
  • hiding
  • claninvite (unnamed argument)
  • clan leave
  • ClientBuildingDebugging (unnamed argument)
  • Connect (address or steamid, port, password)
  • Copy (command)
  • CopyDebugDumpCopyDebugDump
  • CopyPositionDump
  • CreateDebugDump
  • CreatePerformanceDump
  • DebugViewEnabled (unnamed argument)
  • depth of field (unnamed argument)
  • disconnect
  • DumpArchetypeInformation (which one, number to print, complete information)
  • DumpBlobAssetMemoryInfo (which one)
  • DumpChunkFragmentation (Who, ExtraDebugging)
  • DumpComponentMemoryInfo (which one)
  • DumpDynamicBufferMemoryInfo (which one)
  • DumpEntity (World, Entity, Full Dump)
  • DumpEntityRequests (which)
  • Empty all (which one)
  • DumpPrefabGUIDEntities (World, Component, Include Disabled, Include Prefabs)
  • DumpQueryArchetypes(Which, OnlyRequired, AlsoLogToConsole)
  • DumpSystemMemory(Which, AlsoLogToConsole)
  • garbageCollect archetypes (which ones)
  • Gather all allies
  • Gather all allies except me
  • GatherAllNotAllies
  • Gather all players
  • Gather all players except me
  • gcCollect
  • give (What, Amount)
  • gift (what)
  • hidecursor (unnamed argument)
  • JobThreads
  • kick (Character name)
  • kill
  • List (Optional: Category)
  • listusers (include disconnected)
  • localization (Language)
  • logdestroyevents (what, state)
  • poor quality atmosphere (unnamed argument)
  • measureSystemPerformance (unnamed argument)
  • motion blur (unnamed argument)
  • OpenCrashDumpFolder
  • OpenLogsFolderOpenLogsFolder
  • performanceTestChunks (jump distance, test mode)
  • performchunkdefragmentation (which one)
  • Player teleport
  • printactivesequences
  • printactivesounds
  • printallsequences
  • printdestroyevents (Who)
  • PrintDynamicResSettings
  • printunvfxstate
  • Reconnect
  • setadminlevel (user, level)
  • setmipmaplevel (unnamed argument, unnamed argument)
  • setresolution (unnamed argument, unnamed argument)
  • setsystemenabled (which, unnamed argument, enabled)
  • startbuildwallpaper (unnamed argument)
  • teleport (Who, Where, WorldPosX, WorldPosY)
  • TeleportPlayerToMe (user)
  • TeleportPlayerToMousePosition (user)
  • TeleportToChunk (unnamed argument)
  • TeleportToChunkWaypoint (unnamed argument)
  • TeleportToNether
  • TeleportToPlayer (user)
  • texturestreamingenabled (unnamed argument)
  • texturestreamingmaxlevelreduction (unnamed argument)
  • texturestreamingmemorybudget (unnamed argument)
  • ToggleDebugViewCategory (unnamed argument)
  • observe toggle (Mode)
  • ToggleSetting (setting name, optional setting values)
  • unban (User Index)
  • offload unused assets
  • useoptimizedqueries (Which, State)

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