With console commands, players do a wide array of different things. Players use them to debug mods and the like. The Satisfactory console commands also enabled a bunch of cheats and other debugging options too. Using these is pretty simple. Just press Ctrl + Shift + L first. This will enable the in-game console. Once you press the Tilde key, then the console will appear.
Keep in mind that some console commands do not seem to work, despite being listed in the response to the “?”. This applies to the Fly, Ghost, GiveItem, Cheats, and Teleport Satisfactory console commands.
Check out the list of Satisfactory console commands down below:
- ? – will display a full list of console commands
- materialFlowAnalysis(item name) – Used to find the items required for all craftable items in the game
- r.Atmosphere(followed by 0 or 1) – activates or deactivates the atmosphere
- r.Fog (followed by 0 or 1) – activates or deactivates fog
- r.ViewDistanceScale – Sets the render distance of things like foliage, rocks and trees
- r.ScreenPercentage [percent] – Sets internal resolution scale, using sparing depending on your PC build
- r.TemporalAACurrentFrameWeight(number between 0-1) – Sets the impact of the current internal frame to the final image
- r.TemporalAAFilterSize – Sets the spread of the TAA samples. Values below 1 sharpen the image.
- r.TemporalAASamples (number) – Sets the number of samples to use for TAA.
- r.Tonemapper.Sharpen (number) – Sets the amount of a simple sharpen filter.
- Stat FPS – activates in-engine FPS counter
- Stat Levels – displays level streaming info
- Stat Unit – will show Frame Time, Game Time, Draw Time, and other stats
- t.MaxFPS(number) – Sets max framerate
- FOV(number) – sets the FOV, it is not advisable to go over 150
- Suicide – respawn function