Stellaris Console Commands
|Description||This is a Tweaker GUI command that will display the levels of each texture|
|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.|
Reveal uncharted terrain.
This is a Tweaker GUI command that enables or disables the display of background space texture.
This is a Tweaker GUI command. This command will show the normalization coordinates.
Turn model wireframe on or off.
This is a Tweaker GUI command that will disable or enable the names of nebulas and empires on the map.
Show .mesh filename used for the model.
Turn on frame smoothing.
This is a Tweaker GUI command that will show the debug logs for the population.
This is a Tweaker GUI command that enables or disables the display of a glow around the galaxy center.
Turn on or off artificial intelligence.
This is a Tweaker GUI command. This command will show the portraits at the population level.
Show or hide ships' sensor range. This is usually in green.
This is a Tweaker GUI command that will display the filename of each model's textures.
This is a Tweaker GUI command that enables or disables the display of combat lines.
Instantly move ships to where your mouse is.
Show or hide black holes and stars on the galaxy map.
Turn on or off ship engine trails.
Show or hide the path to system. An estimated time for how long it will take for the ship to get to the system is displayed.
Toggles rendering of stars, ships, stations, planets and arrows towards neighboring systems.