Console Commands are a debugging tool available to PC players, adding a wide range of functionality to the game. On American English keyboards, the tilde key (~) will toggle the console screen, but on British English keyboards, that key is the grave key ( ` ).
This guide neatly lists ALL of the major console commands for Skyrim. There is a more extensive list of all known commands at Skyrim:Console[www.uesp.net] (click Show under All Known Commands), though those are for vary specific uses.
Skyrim batch files are lists of console commands that are run one after the other. They have no loops, tests, or other logic and execution doesn't stop if there's a problem with one of the commands.
Some of these commands require additional codes, and we've compiled lists of those too. Just grab the desired number from our Skyrim item codes or Skyrim NPC codes posts. Be warned, some of these console commands may cause glitches, problems, or crashes...
Here are the console commands that players might find most useful to have on-hand during their time in Skyrim. Remember to check the Item Codes list for the Add Item cheat.
We’ve brought together all of the commands that can be used in Skyrim in one handy list.
The following is a list of common console commands.
Help - Shows most scripting and console commands, but isn't particularly well sorted, and seems to have many depreciated functions (some FO3, some Oblivion) which shouldn't really relate to anything in Skyrim.
Get started using console commands on PC fast with our simple how-to and list of commonly used (and incredibly useful) codes for Skyrim Special Edition.
Skyrim Console Commands List. Looking to dust off your copy of Skyrim and add some extra fun to your game? Console Commands can be used for many purposes which can grant you lots of extra fun game hours.