Dragon Age Inquisition Console Commands & Cheats

Dragon Age Inquisition is one of those games where you can always use a bit of extra help. And what’s better than using a few cheats to make things easier every now and then? 

Compared to other games, the list of available console commands is rather short. But, hey, it’s still better than nothing. 

Without any further ado, let’s get right into it. 

How to Enable The Game Console

Some people said that the console was enabled by default while others found that they couldn’t get access to it until enabling it. Maybe it has something to do with the patch version that you’re running. 

In any case, we’re going to mention how to enable it. Just to be safe. 

  1. Create a shortcut of the .EXE file
  2. Right-click on it
  3. Select “Properties” 
  4. And on the target field, add “– enabledeveloperconsole”

After that, the target field should appear like this: C:\Program Files (x86)\Dragon Age 2\bin_ship\DragonAgeInquitiion.exe – enabledeveloperconsole. Of course. that’s unless the game is installed on another drive. In which case, “C” will be replaced with the drive that the game is installed in and “\Program Files (x86)” will be replaced with the current directory. 

Once that’s done, just open the game and click on the “~” button on your keyboard to launch the console, insert the command of your choice, and that’s about it. 

Dragon Age Inquisition Console Commands

These commands are only meant to be used for the PC version in order to unlock the FPS, enable VSync, and things like that. We’ve added a few notes to the ones that are more likely to be useful. So, keep an eye out for them. 

UI.drawEnable

Window.PosX

Window.PosY

Window.Width

Window.Height

Window.BordersEnable

GameTime.MaxVariableFPS (This is the one you need for unlocking the framerate)

Render.DrawScreenInfo

Render.ResolutionScale (This can be used to incrase or decrease the screen resolution)

Render.VSyncFlashTestEnable

WorldRender.TransparencyShadowmapsEnable

WorldRender.MotionBlurEnable (Enables motion blur. Generally not recommended. But, it’s a matter of personal taste)

WorldRender.MotionBlurForceOn

WorldRender.MotionBlurScale

WorldRender.MotionBlurFixedShutterTime

WorldRender.MotionBlurHax

WorldRender.MotionBlurNoiseScale

WorldRender.MotionBlurQuality

WorldRender.MotionBlurMaxSampleCount

WorldRender.MotionBlurFrameAverageCount

WorldRender.SpotLightShadowmapEnable

WorldRender.SpotLightShadowmapResolution

WorldRender.LightTileCsPathEnable

RenderDevice.Dx11Enable (Switches to DX11 which is more or less the standard shader nowadays)

RenderDevice.Dx11Dot1Enable

RenderDevice.Dx11Dot1RuntimeEnable

RenderDevice.VSyncEnable (Enables VSync)

RenderDevice.TrippleBufferingEnable 1 (Enables Triple-Buffering. Do keep in mind that your computer needs to produce more FPS than your screen’s refresh rate at all times or you’ll face terrible stutters)

RenderDevice.ForceRenderAheadLimit 2 (Force rendering only 2 frames ahead)

RenderDevice.StereoConvergenceScale

RenderDevice.StereoSeparationScale

RenderDevice.StereoSoldierZoomConvergenceScale

Perfoverlay.Enable

Perfoverlay.DrawGraph 1 (Shows Performance Graph)

Perfoverlay.GraphMethod

Perfoverlay.DrawFPS 1 (Shows your FPS on-screen)

Perfoverlay.DrawFPSMethod

Perfoverlay.LegendDisplayFormat

Screenshot.Render (Takes a Screenshot)

Screenshot.Format

Postprocess.DofMethod

Postprocess.BlurMethod

Postprocess.DynamicAOEnable

Postprocess.DynamicAOMethod

Dragon Age Inquisition Cheats and Commands

These are all the commands that you can use to get God Mode status, additional health, money, and more.

runscriptchargen mage: Turn players into a level 2 mage

runscriptchargen warrior: Turn players into a level 2 warrior

runscriptchargen mage: Turn players into a level 2 rogue

runscriptaddxp x: Add XP to your character(s) for quicker leveling up

runscriptaddmoney xx: Add money to your character. xx is the amount of money you want to have in the inventory

runscriptzz_supercrit player: Allow the players to get 50 Strength, 50 Dexterity, 1000 mana, and 1000 health

runscriptkillallhostiles: Eliminates all enemies in the area

runscriptbowlingforferelden: Kill enemies and create a shield surrounding

runscript injury remparty: Get rid of all injuries from your party

runscripthealplayer: Heal the player and his/her party

runscriptpc_immortal: God Mode

Xrunscriptdbg_setattrib x y : 1-minute attribute buff

help: Graphics options

Wrapping Up

It’s highly recommended to perform backups and save your game before starting to play around with commands. It’s not uncommon for games to crash or behave erratically when the wrong command is executed at the wrong time.

As mentioned above, compared to other games, Dragon Age Inquisition doesn’t offer a lot of commands to play with. But, still, that’s better than nothing. 

You could always try to get some more options by using something like Cheat Engine. But, that can quickly get tedious and in the end, it’s arguably not worth the trouble. 

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