Kingdom Come: Deliverance console commands are a nice and handy - if a little old school - means of making your experience slightly more to your liking, whether that's by turning on crosshairs to help shoot your bow or turning off the HUD to help grab some lovely screenshots.

Here on this page we've put together a full Kingdom Come: Deliverance console commands list, and we'll also explain how to use console commands in game, too.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance console commands list - add crosshairs, turn off HUD and more

Here's a list of all currently known and available console commands in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Read on just below for info on how to access the command console and some other details that are worth knowing!


Kingdom Come: Deliverance console commands list:

Turn on bow crosshairs wh_pl_showfirecursor 1 Change 1 to 0 to turn back off.
Turn off HUD g_showHUD 0 Change 0 to 1 to turn back on.
Turn off Compass wh_ui_showCompass 0 Change 0 to 1 to turn back on.
Change field of view (FOV) cl_fov X Change X to FOV value. Menu has 60, 65, 70 and 75 as standard options.
Quit to desktop q Quits immediately without saving.
Change view distance e_ViewDistRatio X Replace X with value, the default is 500.
Change view distance for trees only e_ViewDistRatioVegetation X Replace X with value, the default is 500.
Change view distance for other plants e_MergedMeshesInstanceDist X Replace X with value, the default is 20.
Change motion blur r_MotionBlur X Replace X with 0 for off, 1 for camera only, 2 for default.
Change gravity p_gravity_z X Replace X with value. Default is -13. Doesn't seem to be active.
Turn off vsync r_vsync 0 Turns off vsync to potentially increase FPS, but difference isn't clear.

For more knightly tips and guides like this, we have a main page of various, helpful Kingdom Come Deliverance tips, as well as an explainer on how to save in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a complete guide to all 25 Treasure Map and treasure locations, a comprehensive page on the tricky Kingdom Come: Deliverance lockpicking, how to pick locks and how to find lockpicks, as well as info on where to get Kingdom Come: Delviverance horse armour and how to find or buy a horse, too.

How to use console commands in Kingdom Come: Deliverance and other things to know

To use console commands in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, press the ~ key on a US keyboard, or the ¬ key on a UK keyboard - either way, it's the key found just under Esc in the top left.

Away from the basics of using console commands, here are a couple of other points worth bearing in mind:

  • Not all commands work - we've tested all of the above, and they're all accepted as commands (although the gravity and vsync ones seem to have little to no actual effect), but there are many more you can find online - including cheats, specific parts of the UI you can turn off, and even the ability to save your game on the spot - that were once available in the beta builds but have since been deactivated. If any more are added, we'll update this page.
  • Some console commands will crash the game - we found this specifically when testing the "save" and "load" commands (and so haven't listed them above), and although it didn't crash when we tested any of the above themselves, it's probably worth saving your game before you start playing around with console commands just to be safe.

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