Unturned commands can give you a lot of control over its world. Be it changing the weather, adding more animals, resources, teleporting, controlling your server, or anything like that.
You just need to know the right keywords and a whole new world of possibilities will present themselves. That’s why we gathered all the useful Unturned server commands and single player commands that we could find. Check them out!
How to Enable the Console
Almost all games have the console disabled by default. However, Unturned allows you to get access to it simply by pressing the “~” button.
Do keep in mind that some commands can only be inserted in the Commands.dat file which essentially executes every command when you launch the game.
For local servers, the Commands.dat file can be found at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Unturned\Servers.
Otherwise, if you’re using USO (Unturned Server Organizer), simply click the “Open Server Folder” button then go to the “Server” directory.
Also, if you wish to use cheats, then you need to execute the /cheat command first. To disable them, just insert the same command again.
As the heading suggests, these are all the server commands that you can use to turn players into admins, ban people, kick them, give items, and more.
/admin [Steam ID | Player]: Turns a player into an administrator who can use admin commands on the current server
/admins: Lists all the players who have admin privileges on the current server
/hide_admins: Hides admin status (Needs to be inserted in Commands.dat)
/unadmin [Steam ID | Player]: Removes admin status from the specified player
/ban [Steam ID | Player] [Reason] [Duration]: Bans a player for the specified duration
/bans: Displays the list of all the players who are currently banned
/kick [Steam ID | Player] [Reason]: Kicks a player from the server
/kill [Steam ID | Player]: Kills a player
/slay [Steam ID] [Reason]: Permanently bans a player
/unban [Steam ID]: Removes ban status
/timeout [Max Ping]: Sets the maximun allowed ping for players
/permit [Steam ID]: Allows a player to join while the server is whitelisted
/permits: Shows the list of players who are on the whitelist
/unpermit [Steam ID]: Removes a player from the whitelist
/players: Displays the players who are currently connected
/camera [Perspective]: Sets the camera perspective for everyone in the server. That can be first, third, or both. (Can only be inserted in Commands.dat)
/chatrate [Delay]: Limits how fast players can send chat messages on the server
/filter: Filters alpha-numeric characters out of names (Can only be inserted in Commands.dat)
/flag [Steam ID | Player] [Flag] [Value]: Sets and changes player flags (Need to have cheats enabled)
/give [Steam ID | Player] [Item ID] [Amount]: Gives items to you or other players (Need to have cheats enabled)
/gold: Makes it so that only Gold members will be able to connect (Needs to be inserted in Commands.dat)
/loadout [Skillset ID] [Item IDs]: Sets the loadout of a specific player or those with a specific skillset
/maxplayers [Maximum Players]: Maximum number of players that connected to the server
/queue [Queue Max]: Sets the maximum number of players that can queue
/reputation [Steam ID] [Reputation Amount]: Adds reputation to the selected player
/spy [Steam ID]: Takes a screenshot of the specified player
/teleport [Steam ID] [Steam ID]: Teleports you to another player
/experience [Steam ID | Player] [Experience Amount]: Gives experience to a player (Needs cheats to be enabled)
/quest [Steam ID] [Quest]: Assigns the selected quest to the specified player
/say [Message] [R] [G] [B]: Sends a message for everyone to see
Time and Weather Control Commands
These commands allow you to change the flow of time, the weather, and more.
/cycle [Duration]: Sets the duration for day and night in seconds
/day: Sets the time of the server to “Day”
/decay [Decay Time]: Sets decay time for barrier and structure (Can be disabled by setting the decay time to 0)
/night: Sets the time of the server to “Night”
/resetconfig: Resets the server to the default configuration
/time [Duration]: Same thing with “Cycle”. Sets the time duration in seconds for day and night cycles
/weather [None | Storm | Blizzard]: Changes the weather of the server
Unturned Server Commands
General commands that can be used to control a server. Shutting it down, making a save file, etc.
/bind [IP Address]: Binds the server to the specified IP (Needs to be inserted on the Commands.dot file)
/cheats: Enables or disables cheats
/debug: Displays server debug information
/gamemode [Mode Class Name]: Can be used to set a game mode for the server (Needs to be inserted on the Commands.dat file)
/log [Chat] [Join / Leave] [Death] [Anticheat]: Sets the log options for the server
/map [Level Name]: Sets the server map (Needs to be inserted on the Commands.dat file)
/mode [Difficulty Mode]: Changes the difficulty level of the server
/name [Server Name]: Changes the server name
/password [Password]: Sets a password for the server
/port [Port]: Sets the port that the server will run on
/pve: Enables or disables PvE (Needs to be inserted on the Commands.dat file)
/resetconfig: Resets the server configuration
/save: Saves the current state of the server
/shutdown [Delay]: Stops the server
/sync: Allows players to share save data between servers (Needs to be inserted on the Commands.dat file)
/votify [Vote Allowed Y|N]/[Pass Cooldown]/[Fail Cooldown]/[Vote Duration]/[Vote Percentage]/[Required Players]: Sets up voting rules. Cooldown is the time that needs to pass after the last vote before another one can begin, vote duration specifies the duration that a vote remains active, vote percentage is the required percentage for a vote to succeed (Use decimals. 0.4 for 40%, 0.5 for 50%, etc.), and the required players is the minimum number of players that are needed to start the voting process
/welcome [Welcome Message] [R] [G] [B]: Sets the welcome message for the server
Commands of miscelaneous nature.
/animal [Steam ID | Player] [Animal ID]: Spawns an animal. You can use: Deer, moose, wolf, pig, bear, cow, and reindeer. (Requires cheats to be enabled)
/armor [Barricade Multiplier] [Structure Multiplier]: Assigns the barricade and structure damage multiplier. (Needs to be set in decimals. 0.4 for 40%, 0.5 for 50%, etc)
/modules: Shows the list of modules that are currently loaded
/vehicle [Steam ID] [Vehicle ID]: Gives a vehicle to the selected player (Requires cheats to be enabled)
That’s all we got for now. If you know a useful command that we missed, let us know about it in the comments section.