Stellaris Console Commands
|Description||This is a debug command that will fix the camera to whatever it is currently.|
|How to Open Stellaris Command Console||To use console commands on Stellaris, you need to open the console window. To open the console window press the~ key, which is usually below the Esc key and to the left of the 1 key. Most commands can be turned off by typing in the command into the console again.|
This is a debug command that will change the name of the maps.
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will delete all of your notifications.
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command enables or disables the display of particle wireframes.
This command is used for debugging. You can test whether an achievement is triggered.
This is a debug command that will turn on or off debug lines.
This debug command will force kill the leader.
resource [Quantity] [Resource]
This command will give you a specified amount of a particular resource. If you do not specify a quantity in the command, then the command will give you 5,000 of that resource.
debugtexture [Texture] [Transparency] [Alpha Channel]
This is a debug command that will print debug information for textures.
This debug command will show where boundaries of GUI objects.
Turn on or off model scaling.
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will calculate the fleet cache again.
Turn on or off an ascension perk.
path [From] [To]
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will find a road between two stars.
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will reload an empire's border colors.
This debug command is the real help command, as compared to the command helphelp, which won't give you any help information. This command will print out information about the command you specify.
remove_trait_leader [Leader] [Trait]
This command will allow you to remove a trait from a particular leader.
The selected planet will become completely populated. All empty slots will be filled.
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command let you debug the trigger file.
Turn on or off frame smoothing.