To specifically show the in-game menu, use the ShowInGameMenu command. Repeat the command to disable its effects. Instantly destroys the creature or structure in the current player’s crosshairs, without leaving any corpse. Adds the specified item to the player’s inventory (or its blueprint) in the specified quantity and with the specified quality. Will destroy all players of a tribe on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at. You can use the class name in other commands. Changes the owner of the targeted entity (structure or dino) to the current player. Specifying an invalid slot id will dump all the item(s) into your inventory. Broadcast a message to all players on the server. Was originally part of the game when it came out, but it was removed in a later patch. To specify a player to teleport by their in-game id, use the TeleportPlayerIDToMe command. Gives the player character infinite food, water, stamina, carrying capacity and keeps Torpor at zero. Advertisement Currently, there are no official game modes that use custom scripts. Use the walk command to disable the mode. Clears the specified player’s inventory, equipped items, and/or slot items. Teleports the player specified by their in-game ID to the current player. Enables or disables god mode for the current player. To teleport yourself to the other player, use the TeleportToPlayer command. Immediately tames the dinosaur under the player’s crosshairs. To kill an entity and leave a corpse, use the Kill command. It shows your player’s current position, some useful server info, key server configurations, a list of currently logged in players, a list of banned players, a list of whitelisted players, allows you to modify the MoTD, and shows you a list of a good amount (but not all) admin commands. Players can still move normally. Known to have problems if there are currently no longer members in the tribe, but this may be fixed in the future. You can also download a handy sheet for printing from THIS page, Source of many command descriptions: ark.gamepedia.com, Hosted by Profi-Webspace Description: Will destroy all dinos on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at. Use the walk command to disable the mode. Sends a chat message to all currently connected players. Includes examples, argument explanation and an easy-to-use command builder. ShowMyAdminManager, Ctrl-M: Toggle floating player huds for the entire map (helpful to spot where everyone is), Ctrl-P: Toggle Only Show Nearby Floating Huds, Ctrl-N to display a list of players to jump to, Left click to attach to the player in front of you, Left Click and Right Click to cycle attached player, Shift + f1-f10 to save camera positions, and f1-f10 to teleport to them. Supposedly you should also be able to copy their Int64 encoded Steam ID for commands that require it, but it seems to be broken at the moment. The password given must match the server’s “SpectatorPassword”. To specify a player to teleport by their player name, use the TeleportPlayerNameToMe command. Some examples: repairing something destroyed by a bug, recover items, track down misbehaving users or just testing the server. Sets the dino you target to specified color/s. This does not prevent new ones from spawning as usual. To teleport the other player to yourself, use the TeleportPlayerIDToMe command. Toggles “ghost mode”, permitting the player character to pass freely through objects in the world that normally block movement, including the terrain itself. This is a list of commands, which can be used to cheat in the game. In single-player mode, the game saves this information locally. This command is a general command that affects many different graphics settings, all of which will be set to the new value (rounding if necessary). This command will remove the creature, entity or structure that the player's crosshair is over. Set back to 1 to go back to your normal size. Add the specified player to the server’s banned list. If the item does not support stacking, items after the first will be dumped into your inventory. If you select a player in the connected player’s list, you can easily copy their UE4 player ID (a 10 digit number) into a command’s parameters for commands that require a player ID. Gives the specified player the specified amount of experience points. true to add the item’s blueprint, false to add the item. Forces the player specified by their in-game UE4 ID to the tribe specified by it’s name. ARK Cheats / Console Commands There are a few situations, in which an adminstrator is forced to cheat on his own server. Adds the item specified by it’s blueprint path into one of your item slots. Specifying an invalid slot id will dump all the item(s) into your inventory. Sets your client’s graphics quality. Makes you the founder of the tribe you’re currently a member of. There are a few situations, in which an adminstrator is forced to cheat on his own server. When enabled, all creatures on the map will ignore the current player, even when attacked. The table below lists the approximate corresponding graphics qualities. Spawns the entity specified by it’s blueprint path. (The crash was caused by some hidden crazy broken duplicate engrams, which has been fixed- hopefully). To specifically enable or disable god mode, use the SetGodMode command. Toggles the display of debug information on structures when you look at them, including the structure’s class name and entity ID. Some examples: repairing something destroyed by a bug, recover items, track down misbehaving users or just testing the server. Destroys all structures owned by all players on the map. Tames the targeted creature if the creature is capable of being tamed, activating all triggers as if the player had tamed the creature normally (sound effect, dossier entry, gives experience, etc), true to be ignored, false for normal behavior. Repeat the command to disable its effects. Repeat the command to disable the mode. Sets the game world’s time of day to the specified time. No longer crashes your game! Sets the server’s “message of the day”, displayed to players when they connect to it. To easily give yourself experience, use the AddExperience command. Does the same thing as hurting yourself (see HurtMe command) for your current health, so it will not work if you are invincible. Gives the current player ownership of all the targeted structure and all structures connected to it recursively. Will destroy all dinos on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at. Displays the in-game menu (when you hit the escape key). Forces the player specified by their in-game UE4 ID to the tribe that the target entity or structure of the current player belongs to. This command destroys all of the creatures that are not-yet tamed in the map. Moves the player character forward in the direction the player is facing until the character collides with an object or the terrain. Note that Ark claims the quality parameter is actually an Int32, but it does accept decimals (so I called it a float, not sure if that’s correct). Currently there are only two tutorials: True = show tutorial even if you’ve already seen it. To specify items by their blueprint path, use GiveItem. To kill an entity without leaving behind a corpse, use the DestroyMyTarget command. Remove the specified player from the server’s banned list. Unclaimed dinos are in their own separate tribe, so using this command while targeting an unclaimed dino will destroy all unclaimed dinos and leave the tamed and wild dinos alone. This command will remove all creatures of the specified entity/creature ID. Teleports the current player to the player specified by their in-game ID. Teleports the player specified by their name to the current player. quits spectatormode (as the character is killed when enable spectating, the respawn menu is displayed). This command does not change the quality to the graphics presets, which are generally much better to use. However, note that this command does not actually tame dinos – their inventory will not be accessible and they will not be rideable unless they were already tamed by another player or you use one of the dino taming commands afterwards. Item quality will always be 0 and you cannot request adding a blueprint. Removes the specified player from the server’s whitelist. Detailed information about the Ark command DestroyAll for all platforms, including PC, XBOX and PS4. To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNum. Spawns a number of entities in the specified area. Hides the tutorial specified by it’s tutorial index. To give items to another player, use GiveItemNumToPlayer.