Kingdom Come Deliverance Console Commands list: codes to make your life easier - but cheats are currently disabled

Like any good PC release, Kingdom Come: Deliverance features a wide range of options you can tweak - something that's quite necessary given that in its launch state the game is a little riddled with pugs and small issues that challenge its overall intriguing and exciting mechanics. Thankfully, some extra settings can be tweaked - you just need to know the right console commands.

The console commands for Kingdom Come Deliverance will let you adjust things like the draw distance for various types of geometry out in the world as you hurtle through it on horseback, plus add helpful extra UI elements like an aiming reticule and the time of day - or disable the UI entirely, great for snapping screenshots.

There are other, removed console commands from the beta phase that offered infinite money and the ability to spawn items and weapons on command - but they don't seem to work in the final release currnetly.

We've gathered everything below - the confirmed list of current commands plus the ones removed from the name noted in a different section in case they're added back in. Here goes nothing...


Kingdom Come: Deliverance Console Commands

If you're playing on PC, you can use the console commands to access some advanced options not surfaced in the menus of Kingdom Come Deliverance. 

First up you'll need to actually bring up the console so you can input the commands. To do that, press Tilde. That's ~

Once you're in the console, you can enter the following:

Crossbow Crosshair, Time of Day and Removing the HUD - Console Commands

  • wh_pl_showfirecursor 1 – Adds a reticule when aiming any bow, to make aiming easier. Change 1 to 0 to turn this off.
  • e_TimeOfDay – This will show you the current time of day on-screen.
  • cl_showHUD 0 – Disables the HUD. Change 0 to 1 to re-enable the HUD - great for immersion or taking screenshots.

Motion Blur & FIeld of View Console Commands

  • r_MotionBlur 0 – This command disables motion blur. Set 0 to 1 to turn it back on.
  • cl_fov X – This commands sets the field of view to whatever you type as X. The default value is 60, but experiment to find something comfortable for you.

Draw & View Distance Commands, plus Gravity

  • e_ViewDistRatio X – Changes the distance at which objects start to render - the draw distance. The default value is 500.
  • e_ViewDistRatioVegetation X – Use this to change the distance at which trees start to render, another type of draw distance. The default value is 500 once again.
  • e_MergedMeshesInstanceDist X – Changes the distance at which grass is animated. The default value is 20.
  • p_gravity_z X – Changes the intensity of gravity. The default value is -13.

Removed Console Cheat Commands for money, items and weapons

In the beta version of Kingdom Come Deliverance there were cheat commands for adding money and items to your character. They were enormously useful given how difficult money can be to come by unless you resort to selling stolen items, but they've been disabled in the final release. Still, there's a strong chance they'll be re-enabled at some point either by fans or the developers. For posterity, here's the cheat console commands that were removed: 

  • wh_cheat_money X – Adds Money. Replace XX with the amount of money required.
  • wh_cheat_addItem X – Adds the specified item (replace XX with the item ID) into your inventory.