Stellaris Console Commands
|Description||This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command enables or disables the display of a GUI window.|
|Command Parameters||window [Open or Close] [GUI Name]|
|Parameters||[Open or Close] [GUI Name]|
|Example||window close advisor_window|
|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 command will give you unity points. If you do not specify a quantity in the command, then the command will give you 500 points.
This debug command is generally used by developers and will change the color scheme to HSV from RGB.
planet_class [Planet Class]
This command will let you change a planet's class.
Add a target amount of tech points to your society. If you don't specify a quantity, the command will add 5,000 points.
This is a debug command that will start a democratic election.
This cheat will add population to a particular planet.
add_ship [Name of Design]
Instantly generate a new ship with the target design.
Show how many CPU threads are being used.
This is a debug command that will change the name of the maps.
Turn on or off frame smoothing.
Generate a navy fleet. The quantity ranges from 0 to 1, where 0 is 0% and 1 is 100%.
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will remove any debug strings.
game_over [Victory Type]
This is a debug command that will end the game. You can determine how the game ends.
This is a debug command used by modders to set the galaxy age to mature, or 100 years old.
This command will give you a specified amount of happiness to the planet.
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.
Add points to engineering. If you do not include a specified amount in the command, the command by default will give you 5,000 engineering points.
This is a debug command that lets you give a particular ship a certain amount of damage
This is a debug command that replaces the current ruler with a new ruler that is randomly generated.