Cyberpunk 2077 console commands – best commands and how to use them

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​​Cyberpunk 2077 console commands, though marred in some debate around cheating, let you spawn in vehicles, top up on Eurodollars instantly, boost your movement speed, deck out your V in the finest garms Night City has to offer, and much more. They are a way to shape and customise CD Projekt Red’s sprawling RPG as you see fit.

As with all console commands, Cyberpunk 2077’s cheats only work on the PC version, so tough luck for those playing on the console versions. There are hundreds of Cyberpunk 2077 console commands so in the spirit of convenience we’ve curated a list of the most useful ones below. If you’re kicking off the Phantom Liberty expansion, we have guides covering all the tarot card locations in Dogtown and all the Data Terminal locations.

How to use Cyberpunk 2077 console commands

Console commands aren’t available in the vanilla version of the game. To use Cyberpunk 2077 console commands, you’ll need to download a mod that unlocks the debug console. There are several options out there, but Cyber Engine Tweaks is widely viewed as the best in the Cyberpunk 2077 modding community. You can download it either via NexusMods or GitHub.

You can either install Cyber Engine Tweaks via NexusMod’s Vortex mod management tool or install it manually. To install the mod manually, follows these steps:

  • Make sure Cyberpunk 2077 is updated to the latest version.
  • Download and install the latest version of Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable.
  • Unzip/extract the downloaded mod archive to the Cyberpunk 2077 directory on your PC – \steamapps\common\Cyberpunk 2077\
  • Launch Cyberpunk 2077
  • When you land on the main menu, you’ll get a prompt to assign a bind to bring up the console. We recommend something like the tilde key (~) for easy access.

Once you’ve followed those steps, tap ~ to open up the console at any point, and tap ~ again to close the window. With the console open, simply copy paste in any of the command containers below to activate the associated cheat.

In the list of Cyberpunk 2077 console commands below, you’ll see X in many of the containers. This simply means you need to replace the X with a number. For example, if you want, say, 10,000 credits, enter Game.AddToInventory(“”, 10000). The same applies for skill points, stamina, crit damage, ammo, street cred, and more – swap out the X for the amount you want. Similarly, X can also be replaced with specific items like clothing, vehicles, shards, hacks, crafting materials, cyberware, and more.

As with all mods, you use console commands at your own risk. To avoid losing progress, we strongly recommend backing up your most recent save file before playing around with commands.

Best Cyberpunk 2077 console commands

Here’s a list of the best Cyberpunk 2077 console commands:

Console CommandEffect/Description
Game.AddToInventory(“”, x)Add x amount of Eurodollars
Game.AddToInventory(“Ammo.x”, x)Add x amount of ammo
Game.AddToInventory(“Items.PerkPointSkillbook”)Adds a Perk Point consumable to the inventory
Game.AddToInventory(“Items.AttributePointSkillbook”)Adds an Attribute Point consumable to the inventory
Game.ModStatPlayer(“Health”, “x”)Change total player HP / health to x
Game.ModStatPlayer(“MaxSpeed”, x)Change total player movement speed to x
Game.ModStatPlayer(“CarryCapacity”, “x”)Change total player carry capacity to x
Game.SetLevel(“StreetCred”,x,1)Change total player Street Cred to x
Game.ModStatPlayer(“CritDamage”, “x”)Change total player Crit Damage to x
Game.ModStatPlayer(“Stamina”, “x”)Change max player stamina to x
Game.SetLevel(“Level”, x)Change max player level to x
Game.AddToInventory(“Items.CWCapacityPermaReward_Legendary”)Increase player cyberware capacity with a Tier 5 shard
Game.InfiniteStamina(true) / Game.InfiniteStamina(false)Toggle infinite stamina
Game.TeleportPlayerToPosition(x, y, z)Teleport to x, y, z coordinates
Game.AddToInventory(“Items.PerkPointsResetter”)Reset Perk Points for respect
Game.AddToInventory(“Items.x”,1)Add x item to the inventory
Game.GetTransactionSystem():RemoveAllItems(Game.GetPlayer())Remove all items from the inventory except for quest items
vs:EnableAllPlayerVehicles()Unlock all vehicles

For a full list of item IDs, check out this comprehensive list over on Steam. To wrap things up, a word of warning: console commands drastically change Cyberpunk 2077 from how CD Projekt Red intended it to be played. We recommend a vanilla playthrough before using cheats.

We also have guides covering the best builds for 2.0 and Phantom Liberty, all the new weapons in Phantom Liberty, a full Phantom Liberty quest list, and the best weapons in Phantom Liberty.

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Tom Bardwell

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Cyberpunk 2077

  • Release Date: December 10, 2020
    • - 10 December 2020 (PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Google Stadia)
  • Platform(s): Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Xbox Series X
  • Genre(s): Action, Adventure, RPG
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