Need some Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord cheats to change up your game? These console commands are the best way to tweak Taleworlds' RPG, whether you want to get rich quick or vanquish enemy armies in one fell swoop. It's simple really: all you need to do is edit a configuration file and all these powers will be yours.
The Mount and Blade series are great games for customisation, modding, and just generally playing around with. While many might see console commands as cheating, they do add possibilities and fun new ways to mess with the world. Cheats can open up the game so you can experiment to your heart's content. Nothing gets you past the bandit-hunting stage and on to kingmaking like a freshly-spawned longsword, after all.
All it takes to get cheating with Bannerlord is a simple edit to a config file. We've got instructions for getting cheat mode up and running below. From there, you can either enable your desired cheat with hotkey commands, or by pulling up the in-game developer console to type our your desired cheat command. With either method, there are various cheats that do anything from letting you teleport, heal, win battles instantly, or gain any weapon or item in the game. That said, here are all of the Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord cheats and how to use them.
Bannerlord's console commands are case sensitive, so you'll need to enter them just as they appear or they won't work. We haven't tested all the commands, but we've listed the ones we've tried and know they work. The full list of Mount & Blade: Bannerlord cheats that's been discovered so far is further down the page.
Following the standard for a lot of PC games, to apply Fallout 4 console commands you just need to hit the tilde (~) key in-game to reveal the developer console, then enter the command code with the required variables to define it. You can stack various effects by typing in multiple commands, then press tilde again once you're done to go back into the game and see what you've done. In most cases, typing in the same code again will reverse the original effect.
tmm 1Turn on all map markers, switch 1 with 0 to turn them all off, or 1,0,1 to turn them all on as undiscovered (no fast travel)
Phew, with that many Fallout 4 console commands to play with that should be enough to keep you busy until the radiation finally dissipates. If you're not able to make certain commands work, or you just want to know more about the options available, then enter help in the console command window and more instructions will follow.
Perks can also be a handy way to gain a larger carry limit in a short amount of time, such as Strong Back, which increases your capacity by up to 50, or the Lone Wanderer, which increases carry capacity by 100 every time you travel without a companion aside from Dogmeat. Strong Back is especially useful by negating some penalties for being over-encumbered, such as being able to fast travel or even allowing you to run normally. However, this will drain your stamina bar as if you were sprinting.
Buildings in the Utilities section combine most of the mechanics introduced by Horizon. This gives the player far-reaching options in terms of fast traveling, production management, settlement scrapping, mail traffic, settler recruitment, settler missions, character specialization, companion training, crafting and item scrapping. Almost every building is essential and more than likely to be built in every settlement. There are also multi-workbenches that combine multiple workbenches into one in order to save space. 2b1af7f3a8