Fallout 4 Power Armor Console Commands
How to Use Fallout 4 Power Armor Console Commands
Power armor is one of the most iconic features of the Fallout series. It provides superior protection and combat capabilities to the wearer, making it a valuable asset in the post-apocalyptic wasteland. However, finding and maintaining power armor can be a challenge, especially if you are playing on higher difficulty levels or want to collect all the different models and variants.
fallout 4 power armor console commands
Luckily, there is a way to obtain any power armor you want with ease, using console commands. Console commands are special codes that you can type into the developer console, which is a hidden feature that allows you to modify various aspects of the game. You can use console commands to spawn items, change your stats, teleport, and more.
In this article, we will show you how to use console commands to get power armor in Fallout 4. We will also provide you with a list of item IDs for all the power armor parts and frames, as well as some tips and tricks on how to use them effectively.
How to Open the Console and Use Commands
To open the console, you need to press the tilde key () on your keyboard. This is usually located below the Esc key and above the Tab key. If you are using a different keyboard layout, you may need to press a different key. You can also change the key binding for the console in the game settings.
Once you have opened the console, you can type in any command you want and press Enter to execute it. You can also use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through your previous commands. To close the console, simply press the tilde key () again.
Some commands require you to specify an item ID, which is a unique code that identifies an item in the game. You can find a list of item IDs for power armor parts and frames below. To use an item ID in a command, you need to prefix it with either player.additem or player.placeatme, depending on what you want to do.
The player.additem command adds an item directly to your inventory. You need to specify the item ID and the amount of items you want to add. For example, if you want to add one T-51 helmet to your inventory, you would type:
player.additem 140C4E 1
The player.placeatme command spawns an item near your location. You only need to specify the item ID. For example, if you want to spawn one T-60 chest piece near you, you would type:
You can also use other commands to modify your power armor, such as modav (to change your stats), setav (to set your stats), equipitem (to equip an item), removeitem (to remove an item), and more. You can find a full list of console commands here.
List of Power Armor Item IDs
Here is a list of item IDs for all the power armor parts and frames in Fallout 4. The list is sorted by model and quality, from worst to best. You can copy and paste these IDs into the console to use them.
Raider IIChest Piece140C57
Raider IILeft Arm140C52
Raider IIRight Arm140C53
Raider IILeft Leg140C55
Raider IIRight Leg140C56