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ARK features a command console, which lets players perform actions normally not allowed otherwise, such as cheating. Listed below are all known commands along with their parameters.

Opening the console

The key-bindings used to open the console differ by platform/controller and game version:

Ark: Survival Ascended

  • On Steam.svg PC and consoles with keyboard and mouse active: press ~;
  • On Xbox One.svg Xbox or when using an Xbox controller: enable console access in the game settings, then open the pause screen with Menu and press View, as shown in the lower-left in game, to open the console;
  • On PS.svg Playstaton or when using a PS controller: enable console access in the game settings, then open the pause screen with Right Options and press Left Options, as shown in the lower-left in game, to open the console.

Ark: Survival Evolved

  • On Steam.svgEpic Games.svg PC and consoles with keyboard and mouse active: press Tab ↹;
  • On Xbox One.svg Xbox: enter the pause screen and simultaneously press LBRBXY;
  • On PS.svg PlayStation: simultaneously press L1R1SquareTriangle;
  • On Nintendo Switch.svg Switch: go to the settings either in-game or at the title screen and enable Console Access. Afterwards hit Minus on the controller in-game while the game is paused.

Notes

  • On multi-player servers, some of the commands (primarily cheats) require the player to authenticate with the enablecheats command, and need to be prefixed with cheat or admincheat if used on a multiplayer server. There is no such need in single-player.
  • Commands that target a creature / entity under your cross-hair are marked appropriately in the "Target" column, and commands that affect the executing player are marked with "Self". These commands cannot be used in the remote console.
  • Console commands are not case-sensitive.
  • Boolean parameters can be specified as "true", "false", or the numbers 1 or 0 (or 1.0 / 0.0) respectively.
  • All distances used in these commands are in game units, i.e. centimeters.
  • You can combine multiple commands to run in a single line using vertical bars |. For example: LeaveMeAlone | Fly | God. On multi-player servers, each of them will need to be prefixed with cheat individually.
  • All commands can be run through the graphical admin manager.

Commands

cheat

AddEquipmentDurability

<amount>
General information
Target: Items in hotbar and equipped armor


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<amount> float amount of durability/water/energy to add.

add specific amount of durability/water/energy to items in hotbar and equipped armor.

Example:
cheat addequipmentdurability 99999
cheat

CE

<type>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<type> String Type of weather. Possible values: see below. Mind the quotation marks necessary for commands with space between words.

Starts and stops weather.

The Island
starttime, stoptime, heatwave, coldfront, makeitrain, stoprain, fogitup, stopfog
Scorched Earth
start_superheat, stop_superheat, start_sandstorm, stop_sandstorm, start_electricalstorm, stop_electricalstorm, start_rain, stop_rain
Ragnarok
"start rain", "stop rain", "start electricalstorm", "stop electricalstorm", "start sandstorm", "stop sandstorm", "start superheat", "stop superheat", Start_Volcano
Aberration
startquake, stopquake
Extinction
"start meteors"
Valguero
SpawnRainbow, TestNorthernLights1

1 After activating the Auroras on Valguero using the command, Auroras will cease to appear.

Example:
cheat ce start_superheat
cheat

DCMSet

<property><value>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<property> String
<value> Integer Unknown

Sets a property on the Day Cycle Manager. On Genesis: Part 2 for first argument of value "skybox" this command changes current asteroid configuration:

  • 0: Ambergris
  • 1: Crystal
  • 2: Sulfur
  • 3: Element Shards
  • 4: Obsidian
  • 5: Oil
  • 6: Element Dust
  • 7: Black Pearls
Example:
dcmset skybox 0
cheat

DisableSpectator

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

quits spectatormode (as the character is killed when enable spectating, the respawn menu is displayed)

EnableCheats

<Password>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Password> String Server administrator password

Enable server administrator commands for the current player. The password provided should match the server's ServerAdminPassword option (see Server configuration). In single player games you don't need this command, see the introduction above.

Example:
enablecheats pass123
cheat

EnableSpectator

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 191.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Switches to spectator mode. This command will destroy the player's inventory, so leave all your important stuff at safe place first.

Spectator mode keybindings:

Key Description
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 Display a list of players to jump to
Lmb or Rmb Click to cycle attached player
Lmb Attach to the player in front of you
Spacebar Detach from a player
⇧ Shift Fly upwards quickly
Ctrl Fly upwards slowly
Mousewheel Adjust flight speed
⇧ Shift + F1 ... F10 Save current location and camera position
F1 ... F10 Teleport to a saved location

stopspectating for leaving See also Admin Spectator

Example:
cheat EnableSpectator
cheat

FindMutagenDrops

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Prints locations of nearby spawned Mutagen Bulbs to the console. Only works on Genesis: Part 2.

Example:
cheat FindMutagenDrops
cheat

ForceGiveBuff

General information
Target: Self or Ridden
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

This Command allows you to put Status Effects on yourself or the dino you're riding use the Admin Blink Rifle (Inspect Mode) or PC/Mouse And KeyBoard for console and type in ListMyBuffs to find the Buff ID's.

Example:
cheat ForceGiveBuff Buff_NamelessPreggers 1 (1 to enable 0 to disable the effect)
cheat

ForceMutagenSpawn

General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Forces nearest Mutagen Bulb to spawn?

Example:
cheat ForceMutagenSpawn
cheat

GameCommand

<TheCommand>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TheCommand> String Command

Runs a game-mode specific command / trigger. For example, to start the game in the SoTF mod game mode, run:

Example:
cheat gamecommand startgame
cheat

GetEgg

<NumMutationsToAdd>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NumMutationsToAdd> Integer[32] The number of random mutations.

This Command will allow you to spawn a fertilized egg from the targeted egg laying dino to your feet. Warning! Picking up the fertilized egg will result in the dino going hostile to you.

Example:
cheat GetEgg 5
cheat

GFI

<BlueprintPathPart><Quantity><Quality><ForceBlueprint>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 258.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPathPart> String significant part of the blueprint path
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add
<Quality> Float Quality of added items
<ForceBlueprint> Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.
This is a shortcut version for GiveItem. But instead of the complete blueprint path it is sufficient to specify only a significant part of it.
E.g. the blueprint path of the Tek ATV end in PrimalItemVHBuggy. You can use "vhbuggy" or "vhb" or "buggy" or "bugg" or "uggy" or... On the other hand "atv" will not work because it's the name of the item but not a part of the blueprint path.
For ambiguous parts you will maybe not get the item you want. Instead you get one that the search mechanism finds first. E.g. for Bug Repellant (PrimalItemConsumable_BugRepellant) you can't just say "bug" because this part is also included in "buggy". You will get the Tek ATV in this case. But "bugr" is specific enough to find definitely the Bug Repellant.
To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNum.
To give items to another player, use GiveItemToPlayer.

Example:
cheat gfi bugr 10 0 0
cheat

HatchEgg

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 297.17
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Despite the name of the command, it doesn't actually hatch the egg you are looking at but only set its incubating progress to 0% meaning that you still need the appropriate temperature for it to properly hatch. If the temperature is not adequate, the egg will have the "broken icon" and you won't be able to consume it after performing this command.

cheat

ListActiveHordeEvents

General information
Added in: 286.103
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Lists all current active Orbital Supply Drop and Element Node in the extended console (you can access it by using Tab ↹ a second time).
NOTE: This command will only work on Extinction

Example:
cheat ListActiveHordeEvents
cheat

ListPlayers

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Lists all current players connected to the server and their ARK IDs.

Example:
cheat ListPlayers
cheat

Open

<IP:Port>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<IP:Port> Group of integers:Integer Server IP and game port (7777, not query port 27015).

join specific server by IP:Port (server domain name instead IP not work). If you need to specify password, use <?Password> at the end: IP:Port?Password (not checked information!).

cheat

PlayersOnly

General information
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Stops all creature movement in the game world and halts crafting. Players can still move normally. Repeat the command to disable its effects.

Example:
cheat PlayersOnly

previewmode

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Changes graphics when executed.

Example:
previewmode

PrintColors

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Prints the Color IDs.

r.shadowquality

<shadow quality><?>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<shadow quality> float Changes shadow settings. 0-off to 5-epic.
<?> float Seems to affect shadows, not sure what it does though

Sets shadow quality depending on the number given

Example:
Cheat r.shadowquality 0 1
cheat

RemoveAllWorldBuffs

General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Remove all world buffs on map Genesis: Part 2.

Example:
cheat RemoveAllWorldBuffs
cheat

RepairArea

<Radius>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Radius> Integer? Radius in UE units. For example foundation length is ~300.

Repairs all structures in given radius around player. Only seems to work on structures that have been damaged since last server/session restart? Can be used to repair bugged resource nodes (for example to resolve bug of stop spawning of metal in single player and non-dedicated/temporary servers)?

Example:
cheat RepairArea 2000000

RequestSpectator

<Password>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 191.0
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Password> String Spectator password.

Requests spectator mode on servers where there is a spectator password. The password given must match the server's "SpectatorPassword".

cheat

ScriptCommand

<CommandString>
General information
Added in: 197.x
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<CommandString> String Command string.

Runs a game mode specific command / script. These can be implemented by mod authors. Currently, there are no official game modes that use custom scripts.

cheat

SetDifficultyValue

<Command><Value>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Command> Unknown Unknown
<Value> Unknown Unknown

This command will allow you to change the max level of wild dino spawns make sure you do DestroyWildDinos to allow the High Level Dino's to spawn in.

Example:
cheat SetDifficultyValue 12
cheat

SetShowAllPlayers

<Enable>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Enable> Boolean true or false

Show player names in spectator mode. A shortcut for the this command is SAP.

ShowMyAdminManager

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 185.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Opens the admin manager GUI, which gives you easy access to a number of useful admin things. 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. 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. 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. Use the ListPlayers command or grep the server's save files to get a player's Int64 encoded Steam ID.

Example:
ShowMyAdminManager
cheat

Slomo

<SpeedMult>
General information
Added in: 0.0 (UE2)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SpeedMult> Float Speed multiplier

Sets the game speed multiplier. Change back to 1 to set back to normal. The max valid arg1 is 16 and any bigger number will have just the same effect.

cheat

StartNearestHorde

<Type><Difficulty>
General information
Added in: 286.103
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Type> String Crate for Orbital Supply Drop or Element for Element Node
<Difficulty> Integer available numbers are 1-4 with 1 being easy and 4 legendary difficulty

Spawns a Orbital Supply Drop or Element Node at the nearest location to you. It can take a moment before you see anything happening.
NOTE: This command will only work on Extinction

Example:
cheat StartNearestHorde Crate 2

StopSpectating

General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Leaving the spectator mode which was started with EnableSpectator.

cheat

ToggleDamageNumbers

General information
Target: world


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Toggles floating damage numbers on the server

cheat

AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck

<SteamID>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamID> Integer[64] Player to whitelist

Adds the player specified by the their Integer encoded ARK account ID to the server's whitelist. Note that for Steam accounts such ID is the Steam ID itself and is typically 17 digits long (although 16 digits is theoretically possible), while Epic account IDs are of 19 digits.

Example:
cheat AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck 76561198092541763
cheat

BanPlayer

<SteamID>
General information
Added in: 178.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamID> Integer[64] Player to ban

Add the specified player to the server's banned list.

Example:
cheat BanPlayer 18446744073709551615
Xbox/playstation use cheat BanPlayer myname84937593

|tags = admin tid

cheat

Broadcast

<MessageText>
General information
Added in: 170 or earlier
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<MessageText> String Message to broadcast

Broadcast a message to all players on the server.

Example:
cheat Broadcast Hi, everybody!
cheat

TribeMessage

<TribeId><Message>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeId> Integer[32] UE4 internal Id of the Tribe
<Message> String The Message you want to display

Adds a message to the specified tribe's Tribelog

Example:
cheat tribemessage 12358748 Hello my friends
cheat

DisallowPlayerToJoinNoCheck

<SteamID>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamID> Integer[64] Player to remove

Removes the specified player from the server's whitelist.

Example:
cheat DisallowPlayerToJoinNoCheck 18446744073709551615
cheat

DoExit

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Shuts down the server as soon as possible.

GetChat

General information
Added in: 185.4
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Returns the latest chat buffer (the same amount that the clients see).

GetGameLog

General information
Added in: 224.0
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Print 100 entries at a time also outputs to dated file in in "\Logs". Launch server with "-servergamelog" for this command to work.

Set buffer size ?RCONServerGameLogBuffer e.g:

TheIsland?RCONEnabled=true?RCONServerGameLogBuffer=600?listen -server -servergamelog

cheat

GetTribeIdPlayerList

<TribeID>
General information
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeID> Integer[32] use setcheatplayer 1 and look at a tribe structure to see the TeamID which is the TribeID

prints a list of every player of a specified tribe with both PlayerID and SteamID in the console and in a special ingame chat window

cheat

TribeStructureAudit

<TribeID>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeID> Integer[32] use setcheatplayer 1 and look at a tribe structure to see the TeamID which is the TribeID

Console output of the types and counts of a given TribeId's structures.

cheat

TribeDinoAudit

<TribeID>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeID> Integer[32] use setcheatplayer 1 and look at a tribe structure to see the TeamID which is the TribeID

Console output of the types and counts of a given TribeId's dinos.

cheat

ServerChat

<MessageText>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<MessageText> String Message

Sends a chat message to all currently connected players.

cheat

ServerChatTo

<SteamID><MessageText>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamID> String Player's SteamID wrapped in double quotes.
<MessageText> String Message

Sends a direct chat message to the player specified by their int64 encoded steam id.

cheat

ServerChatToPlayer

<PlayerName><MessageText>
General information
Added in: 189.0
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerName> String Player's Steam name.
<MessageText> String Message

Sends a direct chat message to the player specified by their Steam name.

cheat

SaveWorld

General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Forces the server to save the game world to disk in its current state. In single-player mode, the game saves this information locally.

Example:
cheat saveworld
cheat

SetGlobalPause

<IsPaused>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<IsPaused> Boolean Pause game?

Pauses _EVERYTHING_ game related.

cheat

SetDay

<Day>
General information
Added in: 319.14
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Day> Integer The day number to set. (Min: 0, Max: 2147483647)

Sets the current day number.

Example:
cheat setday 1
cheat

SetTimeOfDay

<Hour><Minute><Second>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Hour> Integer 0..23
<Minute> Integer 0..59
<Second> Integer 0..59, (optional; defaults to 0)

Sets the game world's time of day to the specified time.

Example:
cheat settimeofday 06:30:00

ShowMessageOfTheDay

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Displays the message of the day.

StartSaveBackup

cheat

UnbanPlayer

<SteamID>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamID> Integer[64] Player to unban

Remove the specified player from the server's banned list.

Example:
cheat UnbanPlayer 18446744073709551615

SetCheatPlayer

<bValue>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 170 or earlier
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<bValue> Bool true to enable, false to disable

Enable cheat commands that affect the current player, mounted dinosaurs and the game world

Example:
setcheatplayer true
cheat

ClearPlayerInventory

<PlayerID><ClearInventory><ClearSlotItems><ClearEquippedItems>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
<ClearInventory> Boolean Clear player's inventory?
<ClearSlotItems> Boolean Clear player's slot items?
<ClearEquippedItems> Boolean Clear player's equipped items (armor)?

Clears the specified player's inventory, equipped items, and/or slot items.

GetAllState

<type>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<type> String Classname of desired actor, child classes included

Prints all entities of given class to console (on dedicated, to server console, not ingame) and to server log file 'ShooterGame.log' after a while (some minutes) if logging to file is enabled in server configs. Useful to check whether specific dinos are spawned on map. Does not function well for singleplayer unless hibernation has been prevented.

Example output:

[2017.01.03-09.38.34:907][490]21) Ankylo_Character_BP_C /Game/Mods/TheCenter/TheCenter.TheCenter:PersistentLevel.Ankylo_Character_BP_C_317

[2017.01.03-09.38.34:907][490]22) Ankylo_Character_BP_C /Game/Mods/TheCenter/TheCenter.TheCenter:PersistentLevel.Ankylo_Character_BP_C_316

Example:
cheat getallstate Ankylo_Character_BP_C

GiveExpToTarget

<Amount><FromTribeShare><PreventSharingWithTribe>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Amount> Float Amount to add
<FromTribeShare> Boolean Apply as if experience came from tribe.
<PreventSharingWithTribe> Boolean 1: player only; 0: share with tribe

Same as AddExperience, but adds it to the player or dino you're currently looking at.
Does only work on dinos currently

Example:
Cheat GiveExpToTarget 9999 0 0

GiveInfiniteStatsToTarget

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Gives infinite stats to player or dino you're looking at.
Does only work on dinos currently

Example:
cheat GiveInfiniteStatsToTarget
cheat

KickPlayer

<SteamID>
General information
Added in: 178.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamID> Integer[64] Player to kick[1]

Forcibly disconnect the specified player from the server.

cheat

Kill

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Instantly kills the targeted structure or dinosaur, leaving behind a corpse.

Deals approximately 10000000 damage that is sufficient enough to kill non-boss entities. notably, this command factors in any damage reduction. You may need to execute the command twice or more on bosses.

To eliminate an entity without leaving behind a corpse, use the DestroyMyTarget command.

KillAOE

<category><Radius>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<category> string See below.
<Radius> number

Categories can be abbreviated into the first 3 letters of the name, (EG: str - structures) Radius defaults to 2000 if not specified

CategoryDescription
pawnsall nearby pawns (not structures)
dinosall nearby dinos
wildall nearby wild dinos
tamedall nearby tamed dinos
playersall nearby players
structuresall nearby structures
Example:
Cheat KillAOE Wild 2500
cheat

KillPlayer

<PlayerID>
General information
Target: Parameter or crosshair if 0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID

Kills the specified player in game

Example:
Cheat KillPlayer 915874562
cheat

RenamePlayer

<"PlayerName"><NewName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<"PlayerName"> String Player's current name. String must be wrapped in double quotes.
<NewName> String New name for player. Naked string.

Renames the player specified by their in-game string name.

cheat

RenamePlayerId

<PlayerID><NewName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
<NewName> String New name for player. Naked string.

Renames the player specified specified by its in-game player ID.

cheat

RenameTribe

<"TribeName"><NewName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<"TribeName"> String Tribe's current name. String must be wrapped in double quotes.
<NewName> String New name for Tribe. Naked string.

Renames the tribe specified by its string name.

Example:
cheat renametribe "bad name" good name
cheat

RenameTribeID

<TribeID><NewName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeID> Integer[32] UE4 internal Id of the Tribe
<NewName> String New name for Tribe. Naked string.

Renames the tribe specified by its TribeId

Example:
cheat renametribe "bad name" good name
cheat

TakeAllDino

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 252.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Changes ownership of all dinos of the tribe the player is currently looking at to the tribe of player.

cheat

TakeAllStructure

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 252.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Changes ownership of all structures of the tribe the player is currently looking at to the tribe of player.

cheat

LevelUp

<StatName><NumLevels>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<StatName> string possible values: Health, Stamina, Torpidity, Oxygen, Food, Water, Temperature, Weight, MeleeDamageMultiplier, SpeedMultiplier, TemperatureFortitude, CraftingSpeedMultiplier
<NumLevels> Integer[32] Number of Levelups

Auto-adds some XP, then levels up a stat on your player character, or if riding a dino, on that dino

Example:
cheat LevelUp MeleeDamageMultiplier 25
cheat

LevelUpAOE

<StatName><Radius><NumLevels>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<StatName> string possible values: Health, Stamina, Torpidity, Oxygen, Food, Water, Temperature, Weight, MeleeDamageMultiplier, SpeedMultiplier, TemperatureFortitude, CraftingSpeedMultiplier
<Radius> float specifies the radius which is affected
<NumLevels> Integer[32] Number of Levelups

Auto-adds some XP, then levels up a stat on all nearby players and dinos in the specified radius

Example:
cheat LevelUpAOE Health 2500 15
cheat

LevelUpTarget

<StatName><NumLevels>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<StatName> string possible values: Health, Stamina, Torpidity, Oxygen, Food, Water, Temperature, Weight, MeleeDamageMultiplier, SpeedMultiplier, TemperatureFortitude, CraftingSpeedMultiplier
<NumLevels> Integer[32] Number of Levelups

Auto-adds some XP, then levels up a stat on your targeted player or dino.

Example:
cheat LevelUpTarget MeleeDamageMultiplier 25
cheat

ForceUpdateDynamicConfig

General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Force an update of the dynamic config. See Server configuration for details.

Example:
cheat forceupdatedynamicconfig
cheat

Teleport

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Moves the player character forward in the direction the player is facing until the character collides with an object or the terrain. If the player wouldn't hit the terrian or an object, they are teleported to 0,0 instead.

See also SetPlayerPos, TPCoords

Example:
cheat teleport
cheat

TeleportPlayerIDToMe

<PlayerID>
General information
Target: Other player
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game id.

Teleports the player specified by their in-game ID to the current player.

To teleport yourself to the other player, use the TeleportToPlayer command.

To specify a player to teleport by their player name, use the TeleportPlayerNameToMe command.

cheat

TeleportPlayerNameToMe

<PlayerName>
General information
Target: Other player
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerName> String Player's in-game name.

Teleports the player specified by their name to the current player.

To specify a player to teleport by their in-game id, use the TeleportPlayerIDToMe command.

cheat

TeleportToPlayer

<PlayerID>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game id.

Teleports the current player to the player specified by their in-game ID.

To teleport the other player to yourself, use the TeleportPlayerIDToMe command.

cheat

TeleportToPlayerName

<PlayerName>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerName> String Player's in-game name

Teleports the user to the player named as given in command.

A short version is TPName


cheat

TeleportToActorLocation

<type>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<type> String Type for a list of the Creature IDs; you need to add the number of that specific actor at the end with _<number>

Lets you teleport to a specific actor in the gameworld. You need to know the Actor ID and his number.

cheat

TP

<locationname>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<locationname> String check table to see which location name works

Lets you teleport to defined locations quickly, the example will teleport you to the red obelisk on any DLC map.

Location NameMapLocation
redThe IslandRed Obelisk -260638 238923 -11202 121.41 -0.33
greenThe IslandGreen Obelisk 178454 71660 -10081 121.41 -0.33
blueThe IslandBlue Obelisk -195154 -195984 33858 -121.79 -20.82
cave1The IslandEntrance of Lower South Cave 28780 242180 -13292 -121.79 -20.82
cave2The IslandEntrance of Upper South Cave 49580 146350 -13533 59.56 -24.90
cave3The IslandEntrance of Lava Cave 289030 165000 -14145 -129.93 -7.49
cave5The IslandEntrance of Central Cave -23520 -67430 -101 -0.56 1.06
cave6The IslandEntrance of North West Cave -247490 -245850 -11300 80.25 -8.41 (spawns you in the ground )
cave7The IslandEntrance of North East Cave 283820 -281680 -13699 152.53 12.08
cave8The IslandEntrance of Swamp Cave -101776 101764 -5189 13.19 -15.63
cave9The IslandEntrance of Snow Cave -143966 -164657 -5 -109.95 2.65
cave10The IslandEntrance of Tek Cave -87039 -54406 33489 -99.94 -10.32
blueScorched EarthBlue Obelisk -128529 -261433 -15439 -13.87 -6.04
greenScorched EarthGreen Obelisk 195186 186 -12513 0.31 8.64
redScorched EarthRed Obelisk -86375 168902 -16340 0.31 8.64
redAberrationRed Obelisk -237249 246932 53390 0.00 0.00
greenAberrationGreen Obelisk 222546 -219529 57313 0.00 0.00
blueAberrationBlue Obelisk -271144 -248355 66754 0.00 0.00
redExtinctionDesert Titan Terminal 321836 377222 -60260 60.00 0.00
greenExtinctionForest Titan Terminal 5439 -272891 -145851 -23.85 -6.83
blueExtinctionIce Titan Terminal 286565 -346100 -40719 -108.38 10.44
kingExtinctionKing Titan Terminal -8131 -373611 36660 -107.57 8.54
redThe CenterRed Obelisk 37242 -210931 2066 -4.38 0.00
greenThe CenterGreen Obelisk -376571 43020 -13552 -4.38 0.00
blueThe CenterBlue Obelisk 250968 194402 -8487 -4.38 0.00
redRagnarokRed Obelisk 467435 -195919 -14209 -50.00 0.00
greenRagnarokGreen Obelisk -155773 91671 11619 -50.00 0.00
blueRagnarokBlue Obelisk -427662 -417081 -13747 -50.00 0.00
redValgueroRed Obelisk -268136 213499 -39 -61.42 6.08
greenValgueroGreen Obelisk 213785 -9234 -12739 -61.42 6.08
blueValgueroBlue Obelisk -267025 -331553 688 -61.42 6.08
Example:
cheat tp red


cheat

TPCoords

<Lat><Lon><Altitude>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Lat> Float GPS Coordinates
<Lon> Float GPS Coordinates
<Altitude> Float UE4 Coordinates

Moves the player's character to the specified GPS position instantly.

See also Teleport, SetPlayerPos

cheat

SPI

<x><y><z><yaw><pitch>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<x> float Coordinates
<y> float Coordinates
<z> float Coordinates
<yaw> float Defines the yaw of the camera
<pitch> float Defines the pitch of the camera

Does the same as SetPlayerPos but lets you set a yaw and pitch for a specified view too

Example:
cheat spi -371471 -408636 -13584 -173.80 -12.91
cheat

SetPlayerPos

<x><y><z>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<x> Float Coordinates
<y> Float Coordinates
<z> Float Coordinates

Moves the player's character to the specified position instantly.

See also Teleport, TPCoords, Data maps.

Example:
cheat SetPlayerPos -71467 -52156 0
cheat

MoveTargetTo

<x><y><z>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<x> Float Coordinates
<y> Float Coordinates
<z> Float Coordinates

Sets the world location of the player or dino you are currently looking at

Example:
cheat MoveTargetTo -71467 -52156 12536
cheat

TeleportToActiveHorde

<EventIndex>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<EventIndex> string

Teleports you to the specified horde event.

Example:
cheat TeleportToActiveHorde 4
cheat

DestroyAll

<Type><exact match>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Type> String Type to destroy
<exact match> Bool Always 1.

Destroy all entities (creatures, structures, etc.), including tamed ones of the specified type.

Example:
cheat DestroyAll Ankylo_Character_BP_C 1
DestroyAllEggs
cheat destroyall DroppedItemGeneric_FertilizedEgg_RockDrake_NoPhysics_C 0
cheat destroyall DroppedItemGeneric_FertilizedEgg_NoPhysicsWyvern_C 0
cheat destroyall DroppedItemGeneric_FertilizedEgg_NoPhysicsDeinonychus_C 0
cheat destroyall DroppedItemGeneric_FertilizedEgg_NoPhysicsCherufe_C 0
cheat destroyall DroppedItemGeneric_FertilizedEgg_NoPhysicsCrystalWyvern_C 0

These commands will only destroy wild-spawned eggs. The trailing 0 is necessary for these specific examples as individual fertilized eggs have unique IDs (e.g. C_1, C_2 and C_3).

cheat

DestroyWildDinoClasses

<ClassName><bExactMatch>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ClassName> FString Type to destroy
<bExactMatch> Bool

Destroys all wild creatures of the specified Class.

Example:
cheat DestroyWildDinoClasses "Ankylo_Character_BP_C" 1
cheat

DestroyAllEnemies

General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Destroys all non-player creatures on the map, including tamed creatures. This does not prevent new ones from spawning as usual.

Example:
cheat destroyallenemies
cheat

DestroyFoliage

<Radius><PutFoliageResourcesInInventory>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Radius> float radius in UE units for command.
<PutFoliageResourcesInInventory> Bool

Destroys all foliage and resource nodes in radius

Example:
admincheat DestroyFoliage 1000 1
cheat

DestroyMyTarget

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Instantly destroys the creature or structure in the current player's crosshairs, without leaving any corpse.

To kill an entity and leave a corpse, use the Kill command.

Example:
cheat DestroyMyTarget
cheat

DestroyStructures

General information
Added in: 207.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Destroys all structures owned by all players on the map.

cheat

DestroyTribeDinos

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 226.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Will destroy all dinos on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at. 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 can be useful if config settings for breeding are very fast and a tribe or player leaves a pair of dinos to breed unchecked, crippling the performance of the singleplayer game or server by causing endlessly increasing lag/stutter from thousands of unclaimed dinos walking around freely. This will also destroy motorboats owned by the tribe.

cheat

DestroyTribeId

<TribeId>
General information
Target: Parameter or crosshair if 0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeId> Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy

Will destroy a tribe.

cheat

DestroyTribeIdDinos

<TribeId>
General information
Target: Parameter or crosshair if 0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeId> Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy all tames

Will destroy all tames in a tribe.

cheat

DestroyTribeIdPlayers

<TribeId>
General information
Target: Parameter or crosshair if 0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeId> Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy all players

Will destroy all players in a tribe.

cheat

DestroyTribeIdStructures

<TribeId>
General information
Target: Parameter or crosshair if 0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeId> Integer[32] Id of tribe to destroy all structures

Will destroy all structures in a tribe.

cheat

DestroyTribePlayers

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 226.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

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.

DestroyTribeStructures

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 226.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Will destroy all structures on the ARK, based on the Tribe owner (or player owner) of the thing that you are currently looking at.

cheat

DestroyTribeStructuresLessThan

<TribeTeamID><Connections>
General information
Added in: 284.104
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeTeamID> Integer[32] The ID of the tribe that owns the structures to be destroyed. Use setcheatplayer 1 and look at any structure owned by the tribe to see its ID.
<Connections> Integer[32] Any structures owned by the given tribe that have less than the given connections (snapped structures) will be destroyed.

Destroy all the structures owned by the given tribe that have less than the given connections (snapped structures). The given example below would remove all the lone structures owned by the tribe matching the 1234567890 ID. A shortcut to this command is LessThan (added in 298.3).

Example:
cheat DestroyTribeStructuresLessThan 1234567890 2
cheat

DestroyWildDinos

General information
Added in: 207.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Destroys all untamed creatures on the map. Useful for helping newly-released creatures to spawn.

Example:
cheat destroywilddinos
cheat

DestroyActors

<Type><exact match>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Type> String classname of actors to destroy
<exact match> Bool

Destroys all actors of the specified type.

Example:
cheat DestroyActors ? 1
cheat

ForcePlayerToJoinTargetTribe

<PlayerID>
General information
Added in: 196.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game player ID

Forces the player specified by their in-game player ID to the tribe that the target entity or structure of the current player belongs to. Known to have problems if there are currently no longer members in the tribe, but this may be fixed in the future.
A shortcut for this command is ForceJoinTribe

cheat

ForcePlayerToJoinTribe

<PlayerID><TribeName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game player ID
<TribeName> String Tribe's Name

Forces the player specified by their in-game player ID to the tribe specified by its name. Known to have problems if there are currently no longer members in the tribe, but this may be fixed in the future.

cheat

ForcePlayerToJoinTribeID

<PlayerID><TribeTeamID>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game player ID
<TribeTeamID> Integer[32] UE4 internal Id of the Tribe

Forces the player specified by their in-game player ID to the tribe specified by its TribeTeamID. Known to have problems if there are currently no longer members in the tribe, but this may be fixed in the future.

cheat

ForceJoinTribe

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Lets you join a targeted Tribe this command is a shortcut for ForcePlayerToJoinTargetTribe 0

cheat

ForceTribes

<PlayerName1><PlayerName2><NewTribeName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerName1> ? Unknown?
<PlayerName2> ? Unknown?
<NewTribeName> String Unknown?

Unknown?

cheat

GiveAllStructure

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 201.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Gives the current player ownership of all the targeted structure and all structures connected to it recursively.

cheat

MakeTribeAdmin

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 196.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Promotes you to an admin of the tribe you're currently a member of.

cheat

MakeTribeFounder

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 196.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Makes you the founder of the tribe you're currently a member of.

cheat

RemoveTribeAdmin

General information
Added in: 196.0
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
cheat

TakeTribe

<TribeID>
General information
Target: Parameter or crosshair if 0


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TribeID> Integer[32] enable setcheatplayer and check a structure/dino for the TeamId to get the TribeID

Gives you all of the tribe's dinos and structures. If 0 is provided it uses your target.

cheat

GiveCreativeMode

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 278.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Sets yourself in Creative Mode. The command can be abbreviated as GCM.

See also GiveCreativeModeToTarget, GiveCreativeModeToPlayer

Example:
cheat GiveCreativeMode<br/>cheat gcm
cheat

GiveCreativeModeToTarget

General information
Added in: 278.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Sets the target you are visiting in Creative Mode. The command can be abbreviated as GCMT.

See also GiveCreativeMode, GiveCreativeModeToPlayer

Example:
cheat GiveCreativeModeToTarget<br/>cheat GCMT
cheat

GiveCreativeModeToPlayer

<PlayerID>
General information
Added in: 278.0
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[64] Player's in-game UE4 ID

Sets a certain player identified by the player's ID in Creative Mode. The command can be abbreviated as GCMP.

See also GiveCreativeMode, GiveCreativeModeToTarget

Example:
cheat GiveCreativeModeToPlayer 1234
cheat

AddExperience

<HowMuch><FromTribeShare><PreventSharingWithTribe>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<HowMuch> Float Amount to add
<FromTribeShare> Boolean Apply as if experience came from tribe.
<PreventSharingWithTribe> Boolean 1: player only; 0: share with tribe

Adds the specified number of experience points to the player (or the currently mounted dinosaur if the player is mounted). To give another player experience, use the GiveExpToPlayer command.

This command is affected by the XPMultiplier setting and the hardcoded multiplier of 4 since 313.5. I.e. the amount you will get is the value of the argument HowMuch × 4 × your XPMultiplier setting value.

Example:
cheat addexperience 1000 0 1
cheat

AddChibiExp

<HowMuch>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<HowMuch> Float Amount to add

Adds the specified number of experience points to the command-executing player's currently equipped Chibi-Pet.

cheat

AddChibiExpToPlayer

<PlayerID><HowMuch>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
<HowMuch> Float Amount to add

Adds the specified number of experience points to the target player. If no Chibi is equipped then XP will be applied to the player.

cheat

DebugAllowvrMissionTeleport

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Allows teleport in Genesis: Part 1 to the final boss without completing missions.

cheat

forcecompleteactivemission 0

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Completes the current mission successfully on Genesis Part 1 and Part 2. This does unfortunately put you at the top of the scoreboard in most cases.

admincheat forcecompleteactivemission 0

cheat

UnlockEngram

<BlueprintPath>
General information
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String a blueprint path

Unlocks Tekgram (Tek Engrams)

Example:
cheat UnlockEngram "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/...something'"
cheat

HideRiders

<visible>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<visible> Boolean true or 1 to hide a player, false or 0 to make player visible again

Makes a rider of a dino visually invisible. You stay invisible after un-mounting.

Example:
cheat hideriders 1
cheat

ChangeSize

<SizeMult>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE2)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SizeMult> Float Size multiplier

Changes the current player's size. Your player character's model will only stretch or squash so far however, and if made too big will seem to float and bob up and down during different animations (too small and you'll sink through the ground). You will not become any slower or faster. Set back to 1 to go back to your normal size.

ClearTutorials

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Resets all tutorials on your client (make them so that they will re-appear without being forced).

cheat

EnemyInvisible

<bValue>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<bValue> Bool true to be ignored by enemy creatures, false for normal behavior

When enabled, all creatures on the map will ignore the current player, even when attacked.

See also LeaveMeAlone.

Example:
cheat EnemyInvisible true
cheat

ExecSetSleeping

<bValue>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<bValue> Bool true to put to sleep, false to wake up

Puts the current player character to sleep or wakes them up.

Example:
cheat ExecSetSleeping true
cheat

Fly

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Activates "fly mode", permitting the player character to move freely in any direction without physics or gravity being applied. Use the walk command to disable the mode.
If the command is issued while mounted (or the player mounts a tame while in "fly" mode) the animal cannot be moved straight up and down via the keys, but can be made to "fly" by either walking off a cliff, or by pointing the cursor up while moving forward (or point down to descend). Currently, the flying command does not work while mounted on Megalania

See also Ghost

Example:
cheat fly
cheat

Ghost

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Activates "no clip" mode, permitting the player character to pass freely through objects in the world that normally block movement, including the terrain itself. Use the walk command to disable the mode.

Example:
cheat ghost
cheat

GiveColors

<Quantity>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 209.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Quantity> Integer[32] Item quantity

Gives you quantity of each dye in the game. In vanilla Ark, this equates to only 2.6 weight units per set.

Example:
cheat GiveColors 100
cheat

GiveEngrams

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unlocks all crafting recipes for the player character. May lag a little.

Example:
cheat giveengrams
cheat

GiveEngramsTekOnly

General information
Target: Self (executing player)


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Gives you all tek engrams (like GiveEngrams, lasts until the player disconnects from the server)

cheat

GiveTekengramsTo

<playerid><partial name>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<playerid> Integer Player's in-game UE4 ID
can be found by looking at the implant of a player
<partial name> String significant part of the Blueprint that can be found here: Item IDs

provide the partial string of a tek engram to give them to players, works similar to GFI
Tekgrams unlocked this way will stay even after a relog and server restart.
Using the example will unlock almost all Tekengrams

Example:
cheat GiveTekengramsTo 125785415 tek
cheat

GiveExpToPlayer

<PlayerID><HowMuch><FromTribeShare><PreventSharingWithTribe>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] Player's in-game UE4 ID
<HowMuch> Float Amount to give
<FromTribeShare> Boolean Apply as if experience came from tribe.
<PreventSharingWithTribe> Boolean 1: player only; 0: share with tribe

Gives the specified player the specified amount of experience points. To easily give yourself experience, use the AddExperience command.

This command is affected by the XPMultiplier setting and the hardcoded multiplier of 4 since 313.5. I.e. the amount you will get is the value of the argument HowMuch × 4 × your XPMultiplier setting value.

cheat

GiveItem

<BlueprintPath><Quantity><Quality><ForceBlueprint>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String The blueprint path of the item to give.
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add
<Quality> Float Quality of added items
<ForceBlueprint> Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNum.

To specify items by a part of its blueprint path, use GFI.

To give items to another player, use GiveItemToPlayer.

Example:
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/Consumables/PrimalItemConsumable_BloodPack.PrimalItemConsumable_BloodPack'" 1 0 0
cheat

GiveItemNum

<ItemNum><Quantity><Quality><ForceBlueprint>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ItemNum> Integer[32] Item ID to add
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add
<Quality> Float Quality of added items
<ForceBlueprint> Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their blueprint path, use GiveItem.

To specify items by a part of its blueprint path, use GFI.

To give items to another player, use GiveItemNumToPlayer.

Example:
cheat GiveItemNum 1 1 1 0
cheat

GiveItemToPlayer

<PlayerID><BlueprintPath><Quantity><Quality><ForceBlueprint>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] PlayerID to give the item to.
<BlueprintPath> String The blueprint path of the item to give.
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add
<Quality> Float Quality of added items
<ForceBlueprint> Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their item number, use GiveItemNumToPlayer.

To give items to yourself, use GiveItemNum.

cheat

GiveItemNumToPlayer

<PlayerID><ItemNum><Quantity><Quality><ForceBlueprint>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerID> Integer[32] PlayerID to give the item to.
<ItemNum> Integer[32] Item ID to add
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add
<Quality> Float Quality of added items
<ForceBlueprint> Boolean true or 1 to add the item's blueprint; false or 0 to add the item

Adds the specified item (or its blueprint) to the player's inventory in the specified quantity and with the specified quality.

To specify items by their blueprint path, use GiveItemToPlayer.

To give items to yourself, use GiveItemNum.

Example:
cheat GiveItemNumToPlayer 1234567890 1 1 0 0
cheat

GiveResources

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Add 50 units of each resource in the game to the player's inventory. In vanilla Ark, this equates to 300+ units of weight, so you will probably be encumbered. (200 of which comes from Metal Ore, Metal Ingots, Obsidian, and Crystal)

Example:
cheat giveresources
cheat

GiveSlotItem

<BlueprintPath><SlotNum><Quantity>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String Item's blueprint path.
<SlotNum> Integer[32] Inventory slot number. (0-9)
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add

Adds the item specified by its blueprint path into one of your item slots. If the item does not support stacking, items after the first will be dumped into your inventory. Specifying an invalid slot id will dump all the item(s) into your inventory. Item quality will always be 0 and you cannot request adding a blueprint.

To specify items by their item ID, use the GiveSlotItemNum command.

cheat

GiveSlotItemNum

<ItemNum><SlotNum><Quantity>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ItemNum> String Item ID to add.
<SlotNum> Integer[32] Inventory slot number. (0-9)
<Quantity> Integer[32] Number of items to add

Adds the item specified by its item id into one of your item slots. If the item does not support stacking, items after the first will be dumped into your inventory. Specifying an invalid slot id will dump all the item(s) into your inventory. Item quality will always be 0 and you cannot request adding a blueprint.

To specify items by their blueprint path, use the GiveSlotItem command.

cheat

GiveToMe

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Changes the owner of the targeted entity (structure or dino) to the current player. 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.

cheat

GMBuff

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 252.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Gives player God, InfiniteStats, EnemyInvisible true, and a bunch of experience.

For the same effect but without experience you can use LeaveMeAlone.

cheat

EnvQA

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 292.103
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

A shortcut that internally executes GMBuff, GiveArmorSet Tek 0, stat fps and stat unit.

cheat

God

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Toggles "god mode", making the player invulnerable to damage from attacks, explosions or from falling. This does not prevent player character death by drowning (InfiniteStats must be enabled to prevent this). Repeat the command to disable the mode.

To specifically enable or disable god mode, use the SetGodMode command.

Example:
cheat god

HideTutorial

<TutorialIndex>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TutorialIndex> Integer[32] Tutorial index

Hides the tutorial specified by its tutorial index. See the ShowTutorial command description for a list of tutorial ids.

cheat

HurtMe

<Amount>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Amount> Integer[64] Damage to deal

Damages the player character.

Example:
cheat HurtMe 50
cheat

InfiniteStats

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Refills the player's health, stamina, oxygen, food & water immediately, and keeps them at their maximum level while the command is active. If the player is mounted the effects only apply to his mount, but not the player himself.

When firing weapons in infinitestats mode, no ammo is consumed from the inventory.
For weapons with magazines, bullets are removed from the magazine though. Once it is empty, and the "NO AMMO" message appears on the screen, it can be reloaded by either opening/closing the inventory or by switching weapons.

The command does not make the player invincible (i.e. he can still die from falls or high-level attacks such as a Dragon's bite, if the single-hit damage exceeds the player's maximum health stat). The command also has no effect on the carrying capacity.

Repeat the command to disable its effects.

Example:
cheat infinitestats
cheat

LeaveMeAlone

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Combination of God, InfiniteStats and EnemyInvisible true.

See also GMBuff

OnToggleInGameMenu

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Opens or closes the in-game menu (when you hit the escape key).

To specifically show the in-game menu, use the ShowInGameMenu command.

cheat

OpenMap

<MapName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<MapName> String Map's Name

Loads the map specified by its name. (not sure if a file path is accepted)

Example:
cheat OpenMap TheIsland
cheat

Playercommand

<CommandName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<CommandName> String possible values:
Ascend1 (for Gamma)
Ascend2 (for Beta)
Ascend3 (for Alpha)
AbAscend1 (for Aberration's Gamma)
AbAscend2 (for Aberration's Beta)
AbAscend3 (for Aberration's Alpha)
EXTAscend1 (for Extinction's Gamma)
EXTAscend2 (for Extinction's Beta)
EXTAscend3 (for Extinction's Alpha)
Genascend1 (for Genesis: Part 1's Gamma)
Genascend2 (for Genesis: Part 1's Beta)
Genascend3 (for Genesis: Part 1's Alpha)
Gen2Ascend1 (for Genesis: Part 2' Gamma)
Gen2Ascend2 (for Genesis: Part 2' Beta)
Gen2Ascend3 (for Genesis: Part 2' Alpha)

Currently used to give the player the ascension effect.

Example:
cheat playercommand Ascend1
cheat

SetAdminIcon

<bValue>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<bValue> Bool true to enable, false to disable

Hides the Admin Icon next to the name in chat when a player that has enabled cheats writes something.

Example:
cheat SetAdminIcon 0
cheat

SetFacialHairPercent

<Length>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Length> Float Value to set relative length of facial hair.

Sets value in the range from 0 to 1 (= 100%).

See also SetHeadHairPercent, SetHeadHairStyle, SetFacialHairStyle.

cheat

SetFacialHairStyle

<Number>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Number> Integer Number of facial hairstyle, see below.

Sets value in the range from 0 to 7.

NumberFacial Hairstyle
0Default
1Moustache
2Goatee
3Romantic
4Dread Beard
5Mutton Chops
6Curly Beard
7Viking Beard

See also SetHeadHairStyle, SetFacialHairPercent, SetHeadHairPercent.

cheat

SetHeadHairPercent

<Length>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Length> Float Value to set relative hair length.

Sets value in the range from 0 to 1 (= 100%).

See also SetFacialHairPercent, SetHeadHairStyle, SetFacialHairStyle.

cheat

SetHeadHairStyle

<Number>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Number> Integer Number of head hairstyle, see below.

Sets value in the range from 0 to 7.

NumberFacial Hairstyle
0Default
1Mohawk
2Afro
3Romantic
4Dreadlocks
5Ponytail
6Braids
7Viking

See also SetFacialHairStyle, SetHeadHairPercent, SetFacialHairPercent.

cheat

SetGodMode

<Enable>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Enable> Boolean Enable god mode?

Enables or disables god mode for the current player.

To simply toggle between god mode states, use the command God.

cheat

SetTargetPlayerBodyVal

<BodyValIndex><BodyVal>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 201.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BodyValIndex> Integer[32] Body Regions
<BodyVal> Float ...

Setting a value between -1.0 and 1.0 will adjust the targeted player area. Standard value is 0.

cheat

SetTargetPlayerColorVal

<ColorValIndex><ColorVal>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 201.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ColorValIndex> Integer[32] 0 : body, 1 : hair, 2 : eyes
<ColorVal> Float For eyes: 0 is yellow-ish, 0.4 is green-blue-ish, 0.5 is green 0.7 is orange, 0.8 is red

Changes the color of various parts of the body. Does not use Color IDs, but a percentage of the slider seen at character creation.

ShowInGameMenu

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Displays the in-game menu (same as when you hit the escape key).

ShowTutorial

<TutorialIndex><ForceDisplay>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<TutorialIndex> Integer[32] Tutorial index.
<ForceDisplay> Boolean True = show tutorial even if you've already seen it.

Displays the tutorial specified by its tutorial ID. Tutorials are localized messages coded into the game that are displayed in the same area as the message of the day that shows new users hints about the game. These tutorials disappear after some time, just like the message of the day. Currently there are only two tutorials:

0Blank
1Your first day.

Suicide

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE2)
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Kills yourself. Does the same thing as hurting yourself (see HurtMe command) for your current health, so it will not work if you are invincible. Was originally part of the game when it came out, but it was removed in a later patch. Since then it was re-added. This does not work on console due to word moderation.

cheat

ToggleInfiniteAmmo

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Provides unlimited ammunition for all of the player character's weapons. Repeat the command to disable its effects.

Example:
cheat ToggleInfiniteAmmo
cheat

Walk

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Deactivates "fly mode" (activated by the Fly command). Physics and gravity will be applied to the player character normally.

Example:
cheat walk

ToggleGun

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Prevents the player character's equipped item (or hands if nothing is equipped) from being displayed. Repeat the command to disable its effects.

Example:
cheat togglegun
cheat

RefillStats

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 281.107
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Sets all stats to maximum once ,like InfiniteStats

Example:
Cheat RefillStats
cheat

GiveArmorSet

<Tier><Quality>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 281.107
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Tier> String/Int use one of the specified tiersets below
<Quality> String/Int can use numbers between 0 - 20

Gives you a full armor set of the tier specified, and equips them for you.

Tier is required and should be one of the following:

  • 0 (or Cloth)
  • 1 (or Chitin)
  • 2 (or Metal or Flak)
  • 3 (or Tek)
  • Hide
  • Fur
  • Desert
  • Ghillie
  • Riot
  • Scuba
  • Hazard

Quality can be one of the following: Primitive, Ramshackle, Apprentice, Journeyman, Mastercraft, Ascendant, Alpha. You can also use a numeric value between 0 and 20 (higher than 20 is not accessible to players).

When using this command for Tek tier you will also get 40 ×  Element and GiveEngramsTekOnly is executed, means you get the ability to use Tek stuff until the next server or single player restart.

Example:
Cheat GiveArmorSet Cloth 1
cheat

GiveWeaponSet

<Tier><Quality>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 281.107
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Tier> Integer[32] see table below
<Quality> float optional float between 0 and 20 that determines how good the weapons are

Gives you all weapons in the specified tier, as well as the correct ammo for them.

Tier is a required integer and should be one of the following:

TierContains
0 (or Primitive) Bow,  Pike,  Spear,  Bola
1 (or Basic) Assault Rifle,  Shotgun,  Longneck Rifle,  Sword,  Grenade
2 (or Advanced) Compound Bow,  Fabricated Sniper Rifle,  Rocket Launcher,  C4 Charge
3 (or Tek) Tek Grenade,  Tek Rifle,  Tek Railgun,  Tek Sword

Quality can be one of the following: Primitive, Ramshackle, Apprentice, Journeyman, Mastercraft, Ascendant, Alpha. You can also use a numeric value between 0 and 20 (higher than 20 is not accessible to players).

Example:
Cheat GiveWeaponSet 0 1
cheat

GiveItemSet

<Tier>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 281.107
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Tier> Integer[32] See table below

Gives you all items in the specified item set tier.

Tier is a required integer and should be one of the following:

TierContains
090 ×  Cooked Meat, 200 ×  Stimberry, 2 ×  Waterskin
12 ×  Water Jar, 200 ×  Stimberry, 90 ×  Cooked Meat, 100 ×  Medical Brew
2100 ×  Medical Brew, 100 ×  Energy Brew, 100 ×  Cactus Broth,60 ×  Cooked Meat Jerky, 2 ×  Canteen
35 ×  Shadow Steak Saute, 5 ×  Enduro Stew, 5 ×  Focal Chili, 5 ×  Lazarus Chowder, 100 ×  Medical Brew, 100 ×  Energy Brew, 100 ×  Cactus Broth, 90 ×  Cooked Meat Jerky
Food30 ×  Cooked Meat Jerky, 30 ×  Prime Meat Jerky
Waterone  Canteen Refill
Brews100 ×  Medical Brew, 100 ×  Energy Brew
Example:
Cheat GiveItemSet 0
cheat

ClearMyBuffs

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 281.107
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Attempts to deactivate all of your buffs (works on some buffs but not others)

Example:
Cheat ClearMyBuffs
cheat

SetMyTargetSleeping

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 281.107
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Knocks out target Dino or player

Example:
Cheat setmytargetsleeping 1 (1 to knock target out 0 to wake target up)
cheat

MaxAscend

<PlayerId>
General information
Added in: 298.3
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerId> Integer[32] The ID of the player to ascend (0 for local/single-player profile).

Unlock Alpha Overseer and Alpha Rockwell ascensions for the player matching the given ID. While the player will unlock the levels and the tekgrams associated with the ascensions, his implant won't change until his character is uploaded then downloaded back and/or the current server save is wiped.

Example:
cheat MaxAscend 0
cheat

DefeatBoss

<PlayerId><BossName><Difficulty>
General information
Added in: 298.3
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerId> Integer[32] The ID of the player to unlock the boss (0 for local/single-player profile).
<BossName> String The name of the boss to unlock (see table below).
<Difficulty> Integer[32] The difficulty to unlock (0=Gamma, 1=Beta and 2=Alpha).

Unlock the given boss for the player matching the given ID. While the Tekgrams associated to the given boss are unlocked instantly, the extra levels unlocked by the ascensions won't be available until the player respawn or reconnect and its implant won't be updated until he dies (unlike the extra levels, reconnecting won't update it). Possible BossName values:

BossName ValueBoss Name
GuardianOverseer
UberspiderBroodmother Lysrix
MegapithecusMegapithecus
DragonDragon
ManticoreManticore
RockwellRockwell
King TitanKing Titan
IceKaijuIce Titan
ForestKaijuForest Titan
DesertKaijuDesert Titan
VrMainBossCorrupted Master Controller
Gen2Rockwell Rockwell Prime

It is currently impossible to unlock the modded variants of these bosses thus making it impossible to unlock the mod-specific Tekgrams such as the Tek Light, Tek Shield, etc. with that command.

Example:
cheat DefeatBoss 0 "King Titan" 2
cheat

DefeatAllBosses

<PlayerId>
General information
Added in: 298.3
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerId> Integer[32] The ID of the player to unlock all the alpha bosses (0 for local/single-player profile).

Unlock all the bosses of alpha difficulty for the player matching the given ID.

Example:
cheat DefeatAllBosses 0
Would be the equivalence of individually running the [[#DefeatBoss|DefeatBoss]] command for all the available bosses with a difficulty of 2.
cheat

GiveAllExplorerNotes

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 279.224
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unlock all the Explorer Notes and Fjordur Runes for every ark for the player issuing the command. Your client might freeze for a while after performing this command.

Example:
cheat GiveAllExplorerNotes
cheat

GiveExplorerNote

<NoteIndex>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 279.224
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NoteIndex> Integer[32] The index of the explorer note to unlock.

Unlock the note matching the specified index.
As of 310.94, the player issuing that command must be standing next to an actual "Explorer Note" to unlock the notes that aren't "Creature Dossier".

Example:
cheat GiveExplorerNote 17
Would unlock the [[#Carnotaurus|Carnotaurus]] dossier for the player issuing the command.
cheat

AddHexagons

<HowMuch>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<HowMuch> Float Amount to add

Adds the specified amount of hexagons to the player issuing the command.

Example:
cheat AddHexagons 1000
cheat

InfiniteWeight

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 310.62
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Toggle infinite weight. However, your character will still be limited to 299 slots of inventory (300, minus your implant).

If used while riding a creature, it will be able to move around while encumbered but you won't be able to transfer to its inventory more than the usual 2x its current max weight.

An alias of this command is DeepPockets.

cheat

DebugMyDinoTarget

General information
Target: Dino under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Prints details about the dino you are currently looking at (to see the printed details you need to open console command a second time, this will display the large console command window).
Warning: This command will destroy all other dinos (only your target dino will remain)!

Example:
cheat DebugMyDinoTarget
cheat

DoTame

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

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). Will crash game/server if done while mounted.

See also ForceTame.

cheat

DumpDinoStats

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Dumps the stats for the dino you are riding or looking at to the cheat console output. Same data as the Admin Blink Rifle's inspect mode.

cheat

ForceTame

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Immediately tames the dinosaur under the player's crosshairs. Dinosaurs tamed with this command can be ridden even when no saddle is equipped (to remove this, cryopod and throw out the creature). Will crash game/server if done while mounted.

See also DoTame

Example:
cheat forcetame

ForceTameAOE

<Radius>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Radius> number

Force tames every dino in specified radius, default's to 2000 if no number is given.

Example:
cheat ForceTameAOE 2500

RainCritters

<NumCritters><SpreadAmount><ZOffset>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NumCritters> number Number of critters to spawn
<SpreadAmount> number Smaller number - more clustered, higher number, more spread out
<ZOffset> number height above the player

Spawns a mix of sheep and dodos above the player, cannot change the creatures as it's hard coded into the game.
Similar to SpawnActorSpread.
Default numbers are 30 300 200

Example:
Cheat RainCritters 10 500 25

RainDinos

<NumDinos><SpreadAmount><ZOffset>
General information
Added in: 281.107
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NumDinos> number Number of critters to spawn
<SpreadAmount> number Smaller number - more clustered, higher number, more spread out
<ZOffset> number height above the player

Spawns a mix of trikes and parasaurs above the player, cannot change the creatures as it's hard coded into the game.
Similar to SpawnActorSpread.
Default numbers are 30 300 200

Example:
Cheat RainDinos 10 500 25

RainDanger

<NumDinos><SpreadAmount><ZOffset>
General information
Added in: 281.107
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NumDinos> number Number of critters to spawn
<SpreadAmount> number Smaller number - more clustered, higher number, more spread out
<ZOffset> number height above the player

Spawns a mix of rexes and allos above the player, cannot change the creatures as it's hard coded into the game.
Similar to SpawnActorSpread.
Default numbers are 30 300 200

Example:
Cheat RainDanger 10 500 25
cheat

SDF

<NamePart><Tamed><level>ARK: Survival Ascended<bLoadIfUnloaded>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NamePart> String significant part of a creature's Entity ID (without _C)
<Tamed> Boolean true or 1: tamed, false or 0: wild
<level> float Give creature a specific level, set to 0 for random
ARK: Survival Ascended<bLoadIfUnloaded> Boolean Typically  ARK: Survival Ascended does not load or keep around complete creature data in memory, unless the creature (or a variant) exists in the world. This option forces the game to load the creature into memory if it hasn't been already (however, it is possible the creature will not be unloaded later).

Realistically, for an average player this should always be 1.

Spawn a creature of the specified type in front of the player character. For tames, it is necessary to put the creature in and out of a cryopod after spawning to get the correct stat values.

The NamePart has to be unique enough to specify the desired creature. E.g. "mega" is part of a lot of creature Entity IDs and is not suitable to specify what you want, but "Griff" is significant enough to address a Griffin.

For a list of all Entity IDs see Creature IDs.

See also GMSummon, Summon, SpawnDino, SDFRide

Example:
cheat sdf dodo 1 192
cheat

SDFRide

<NamePart><Tamed><level>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NamePart> String significant part of a creature's Entity ID (without _C)
<Tamed> Boolean true or 1: tamed, false or 0: wild
<level> Float Give creature a specific level, set to 0 for random

Similar to SDF except you control as either a Wild or Tamed Dino but you cannot access the creature's inventory by yourself

The NamePart has to be unique enough to specify the desired creature. E.g. "mega" is part of a lot of creature Entity IDs and is not suitable to specify what you want, but "Griff" is significant enough to address a Griffin.

Note: this command has started spawning in creatures with unstable melee and/or health stats. You can spawn the creature in, note the health and or melee then cryo the creature. When you throw the creature out you may find that one or both stats have changed.

For a list of all Entity IDs see Creature IDs.

See also GMSummon, Summon, SpawnDino,ForceTame, SDF

Example:
cheat sdfride trilobite 1 150
cheat

SetBabyAge

<AgeValue>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<AgeValue> Boolean Value to set age to (0.01 to 1).

Sets the age of the target baby dino.

See also SetImprintQuality.

cheat

SetImprintQuality

<ImprintValue>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ImprintValue> Float Value to set imprint quality to.

Sets value in the range from 0 to 1 (= 100%) of the target baby or adult bred dino.

See also SetBabyAge

cheat

SetImprintedPlayer

<NewImprinterName><playerID>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<NewImprinterName> String
<playerID> Integer[32]

Changes the imprinted player of the target dino to the provided player name/id.

Example:
cheat SetImprintedPlayer "Test" 589563953
cheat

SetStatOnTarget

<StatName><stat value>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<StatName> string (without quotes) Possible values are Health, Stamina, Torpidity, Oxygen, Food, Weight, Speed, Torpidity

Food and Torpidity is capped at the current max stat value.
The current values of speed is not updated in the inventory but are in effect until a levelup.
The needed parameter value of the damage stat is currently unknown.

<stat value> integer For multiplier stats (speed, damage, craftingSpeed), 1 represents 100 %.

Changes the current value on the set stat. It will not change the max value, when the stat value is recalculated the value will be reset, e.g. after a level up or for HP if the creature is damaged.

Example:
cheat SetStatOnTarget Speed 5
cheat

TransferImprints

<oldPlayerID><newPlayerID><NewImprinterName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<oldPlayerID> Integer[32]
<newPlayerID> Integer[32]
<NewImprinterName> String

Transfers all dinos that are imprinted on the oldPlayerId to the newPlayerId. If the newPlayerId is online or located it will use that player's name otherwise it will use NewImprinterName.

cheat

SetTamingEffectivenessModifier

<tameEff>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<tameEff> Float Value of taming effectiveness from 0 to 1.0. Value 1.0 corresponds to 100 %

Set value taming effectivenes for dino that is being tamed now.

Example:
cheat SetTamingEffectivenessModifier 1.0
cheat

SetTargetDinoColor

<ColorRegion><ColorID>
General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ColorRegion> Integer[32] Color Region
<ColorID> Integer[32] Color ID.

Sets the dino you target to specified color/s.

Example:
cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 0

CopyCoordsToClipboard

General information
Added in: 286.103
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Copies your current coordinates and rotation to your clipboard in the form: X Y Z Yaw Pitch. A shortcut for this command is ccc.

cheat

DebugStructures

General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Toggles the display of debug information on structures when you look at them, including the structure's class name and entity ID. You can use the class name in other commands.

Stat

<Command>
General information
Added in: 0.0 (UE2)
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Command> String See below.

Enables an on-screen display showing various debug information.

Only the standalone stat commands from UE3/UE4 are available - the multi stat output table has been disabled. Prefix all stat commands with the "stat" command (example: "stat fps" to show fps.) Enter the same stat command to disable showing it.

NameDescription
FPSDisplays the current number of frames being rendered per second and the amount of time taken to render the frame in milliseconds (ms).
LevelsDisplays a list of currently active levels and displays their status through color coding. Streaming levels are grouped under the persistent level. The number of seconds next to the level name is the time it took from load request to load finish.
UnitDisplays the time spent for the current frame on the CPU, the time spent in the game thread, the time spent in the render thread, and the time spent for the current frame on the GPU. The GPU frame time is only displayed if the time spent is greater than 0 (e.g. the GPU is actually being used / does exist).
UnitGraphNormally graphs the information in the "stat unit" command in UE4 games, but the graph is apparently also disabled. Color codes the labels in the "stat unit" command output.
Example:
cheat Stat fps

ShowDebug

<value>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<value> String See below.

Enables an on-screen overlay showing various debug information.

Prefix the value in the first column with ShowDebug, e.g. ShowDebug reset

NameDescription
resetResets everything to normal
physicsThis will show you Location, Speed & Gravity
cameraThis will show you information about your camera (position, FOV, angle, etc.)
bonesUse 3rd person view to see skeletal mesh
animationShows information about animation
inputAll input keys are show with their action while pressing them + mouse & joystick input
collisionShows radius and height of your collision model (not sure)
netShows remoterole and NetNode
weaponNo special information is given
aiNo special information is given

SetGraphicsQuality

<Quality>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Quality> Float Graphics quality.

Sets your client's graphics quality. Note that Ark claims the quality parameter is actually an Integer[32], but it does accept decimals (so I called it a float, not sure if that's correct). 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 does not change the quality to the graphics presets, which are generally much better to use. The table below lists the approximate corresponding graphics qualities.

<0Low
1Medium
2High
>3Epic
cheat

SpawnActor

<BlueprintPath><SpawnDistance><SpawnYOffset><ZOffset>
General information
Added in: 207.0
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String Blueprint path
<SpawnDistance> Float Distance in direction of viewing.
<SpawnYOffset> Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
<ZOffset> Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.

Spawns the entity specified by its blueprint path at a random level.

See also SpawnActorSpread, SpawnDino, Summon, SummonTamed, GMSummon

Example:
cheat spawnactor "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 0 0 00 15 200
cheat

SpawnActorSpread

<BlueprintPath><SpawnDistance><SpawnYOffset><ZOffset><NumberActors><SpreadAmount>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String Blueprint path
<SpawnDistance> Float Distance in direction of viewing.
<SpawnYOffset> Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
<ZOffset> Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.
<NumberActors> Integer[32] Number of the specified entities to spawn.
<SpreadAmount> Float Unknown?

Spawns a number of entities in the specified area.

Example:
cheat SpawnActorSpread "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 10 00 15 200  
See also <code>[[#SpawnActor|SpawnActor]]</code>, <code>[[#SpawnDino|SpawnDino]]</code>, <code>[[#Summon|Summon]]</code>, <code>[[#SummonTamed|SummonTamed]]</code>, <code>[[#GMSummon|GMSummon]]</code>
cheat

SpawnActorSpreadTamed

<BlueprintPath><SpawnDistance><SpawnYOffset><ZOffset><NumberActors><SpreadAmount>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String Blueprint path
<SpawnDistance> Float Distance in direction of viewing.
<SpawnYOffset> Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
<ZOffset> Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.
<NumberActors> Integer[32] Number of the specified entities to spawn.
<SpreadAmount> Float Unknown?

Spawns a number of entities in the specified area.

Example:
cheat SpawnActorSpreadTamed "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 10 00 15 200  
See also <code>[[#SpawnActor|SpawnActor]]</code>, <code>[[#SpawnDino|SpawnDino]]</code>, <code>[[#Summon|Summon]]</code>, <code>[[#SummonTamed|SummonTamed]]</code>, <code>[[#GMSummon|GMSummon]]</code>
cheat

SpawnDino

<BlueprintPath><SpawnDistance><SpawnYOffset><ZOffset><DinoLevel>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<BlueprintPath> String Blueprint path, see creature's page or Creature IDs
<SpawnDistance> Float Distance in direction of viewing.
<SpawnYOffset> Float Distance above or below of the direction of viewing.
<ZOffset> Float Distance right or left of the direction of viewing.
<DinoLevel> Integer[32] Dino level

Spawns a leveled dino specified by its blueprint path.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnActorSpread, Summon, SummonTamed, GMSummon

Example:
cheat spawndino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 0 0 120
cheat

Summon

<type>
General information
Added in: 0.0 (UE1)
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<type> String Entity ID to summon

Spawn a creature of the specified type at the place of the player character. Also usable to spawn Beacons.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnActorSpread, SpawnDino, SummonTamed, GMSummon

Example:
cheat summon Ankylo_Character_BP_C
cheat

SummonTamed

<type>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<type> String Entity ID to summon

Spawn a force-tamed creature of the specified type at the place of the player character.

See also SpawnActor, SpawnActorSpread, SpawnDino, Summon, GMSummon

Example:
cheat summontamed Ankylo_Character_BP_C
cheat

GMSummon

<"type"><level>
General information
Target: Self (executing player)
Added in: 252.4
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<"type"> string Entity ID to summon, enclosed in quotation marks
<level> string Level w/o taming bonus

Spawn a creature of the specified type at the place of the player character and tames it. The dino isn't cheat-tamed, so still requires a saddle. The level is without taming bonus, so if you want to end with a level x you should divide that number by 1.5. E.g. you want level 150, that is 150 / 1.5 = 100. You type 100 and the result is 100 plus 50% taming bonus: 150.

The quotation marks around the type are mandatory.

See also Summon, SpawnDino

Example:
cheat GMSummon "Dodo_Character_BP_C" 100
cheat

GiveDinoSet

<Tier><Quantity>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Tier> String See below
<Quantity> Integer[32] number of dinos to spawn. Use 0 to spawn the full set.

Spawns a set of dinos in the specified tier, fully set up with reasonably optimized stats and saddles.

Example:
cheat GiveDinoSet Mek 0
cheat

SpawnExactDino

<DinoBlueprintPath><SaddleBlueprintPath><SaddleQuality><BaseLevel><ExtraLevels><BaseStats><AddedStats><DinoName><Cloned><Neutered><TamedOn><UploadedFrom><ImprinterName><ImprinterPlayerID><ImprintQuality><Colors><DinoID><Exp><spawnDistance><YOffset><ZOffset>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<DinoBlueprintPath> String If there is a typo in the blueprint path the game will crash!

Blueprint path

<SaddleBlueprintPath> String Blueprint path

To spawn the creature without saddle pass an empty string ("")

<SaddleQuality> float Quality of the equipped saddle
<BaseLevel> Integer[32] Level of the spawned Dino.

If the level is not the sum of BaseStats + 1, the creature stats may be broken.

<ExtraLevels> Integer[32] Sum of the domesticated levels

If the value is not the sum of AddedStats, the creature stats may be broken.

<BaseStats> String Comma separated string with the base levels

The order is health, stamina, oxygen, food, weight, melee damage, movement speed, crafting skill
The set levels will only be visible after putting the creature in and out of a crypod.
Syntax example: "0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0"

<AddedStats> String Comma separated string with the domesticated levels

The order is health, stamina, oxygen, food, weight, melee damage, movement speed, crafting skill
The set levels will only be visible after putting the creature in and out of a crypod.
Syntax example: "0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0"

<DinoName> String Unknown
<Cloned> Integer[8] Unknown
<Neutered> Integer[8] Unknown
<TamedOn> String Unknown
<UploadedFrom> String Unknown
<ImprinterName> String If left empty, there will be no imprint
<ImprinterPlayerID> Integer[32] Unknown
<ImprintQuality> float Normalized value between 1.0 and 0, where 1.0 means 100% imprint quality.
<Colors> String Comma separated string with the color ids

Syntax example: "0,0,0,0,0,0"
The colors will appear if the creature was put in and out of a cryopod.
If an empty string ("") is passed, the colors will be randomly taken from the natural occuring colors of that species.

<DinoID> Integer[64] If 0 is passed, the game will roll the id.
<Exp> Integer[64] Unknown
<spawnDistance> float Unknown
<YOffset> float Unknown
<ZOffset> float Unknown

Warning: This command will crash your game if there's a typo in one of the blueprint paths. The creature must be put in and out of a cryopod or it will display wrong stat values and colors. Only use this command if you cannot use any of the stable alternatives like Summon or SpawnDino. Make sure to follow the requirements of the spawn commands (e.g. the sum of the ExtraLevels needs to be the value of ExtraLevels). It is necessary to put the creature in and out of a cryopod after spawning to get the correct stat values and colors - without doing so, the creature will have random colors and display wrong stat values.
Spawns a fully set up dino with the specified saddle, specified base and domesticated levels, colors.
This cheat tends to be long and cumbersome - you might want to write them in notepad and copy-paste them into the game when needed
Note that some parameters like SaddleBlueprintPath and DinoStats are string arguments, so if you don't want to use them, you should use "" (the empty string)
The tool provided by ArkUtils may be used to generate a command.

Example:
cheat SpawnExactDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Raptor/Raptor_Character_BP.Raptor_Character_BP'" "" 1 1 0 "0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0" "0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0" "Raptor" 0 0 "" "" "" 0 0 "" 0 0 0 20 20
cheat

SpawnSetupDino

<DinoBlueprintPath><SaddleBlueprintPath><SaddleQuality><DinoLevel><DinoStats><SpawnDistance><YOffset><ZOffset>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<DinoBlueprintPath> String Blueprint path
<SaddleBlueprintPath> String Blueprint path
<SaddleQuality> float Quality of the equipped saddle
<DinoLevel> Integer[32] Level of the spawned Dino
<DinoStats> String DinoStats is a string that contains a comma separated list of domesticated levels to give the creature

base stats are: Health, Stamina, Torpidity, Oxygen, Food, Water, Temperature, Weight, MeleeDamageMultiplier, SpeedMultiplier, TemperatureFortitude, CraftingSpeedMultiplier
Syntax example: "Health=30,MeleeDamageMultiplier=20,Weight=10"

<SpawnDistance> float Distance in front of you in which the Dino will be spawned
<YOffset> float Offset to the side in which the Dino will be spawned
<ZOffset> float Height at which the Dino will be spawned

Spawns a fully set up dino with the specified saddle, tamed at Level with random base stats, and preapplied levels to the selected stats up to 88 total levels.
The spawned creature will be tamed, regarding achievements this counts as taming it.

Example:
cheat SpawnSetupDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Raptor/Raptor_Character_BP.Raptor_Character_BP'" "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/Armor/Saddles/PrimalItemArmor_RaptorSaddle.PrimalItemArmor_RaptorSaddle'" 1 80 "Health=30,MeleeDamageMultiplier=20,Weight=10" 500 500 0
cheat

ForcePoop

General information
Target: Crosshair or Ridden


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Forces the dino you are riding (or if not riding a dino, the dino you are looking at) to poop

cheat

ClearCryoSickness

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair
Added in: 297.17
Compatible with consoles: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Clears the cryo-sickness status of the tame you are looking at and wakes it up.

cheat

CryoMyTarget

General information
Target: Entity under crosshair


In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Put in new cryopod your creature.

Example:
cheat CryoMyTarget

Dino-specific commands

The following Commands will only work on the dinos they are listed under If you're riding a dino, these cheats will apply to that dino. Otherwise they will apply to the dino you're currently looking at.

Enforcer
cheat

Dino Reset

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Resets all blink cooldowns

Example:
cheat Dino Reset
cheat

Dino InfiniteBlink

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Don't use blink cooldown slots, just always allow blinking

cheat

DinoSet Cooldowns

<Number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Number> Integer[32] Number of Blinks

Set the number of blink cooldown slots the enforcer has

Example:
cheat DinoSet Cooldowns 7
cheat

Dino DontHideRiderDuringBlink

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Prevents the Enforcer from touching rider visibility during blink, allowing the HideRiders cheat to work like it does for other dinos

Example:
cheat Dino DontHideRiderDuringBlink
cheat

DinoSet Blink

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> float value must be between 0 and 1

Sets the blink vfx (forwards) to the specified percentage

Example:
cheat DinoSet Blink 0.5
cheat

DinoSet BlinkBack

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> float value must be between 0 and 1

Sets the blink vfx (backwards) to the specified percentage

Example:
cheat DinoSet BlinkBack 0.5
Gasbags
cheat

Dino Inflate

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Sets current inflation to maximum

Example:
cheat Dino Inflate
cheat

DinoSet Inflate

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> Integer[32] amount of inflation

Increases inflation by a specific amount (also accepts negative numbers to reduce inflation)

Example:
cheat DinoSet Inflate 50
cheat

Dino InfiniteGas

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Constantly refills inflation to keep it at maximum (toggle)

Example:
cheat Dino InfiniteGas
cheat

Dino TitanMode

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Multiplies the inflation by 10x

Example:
cheat Dino TitanMode
Mek
cheat

Dino Reset

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Resets Mek fuel to maximum and heat level to zero

Example:
cheat Dino Reset
cheat

Dino InfiniteFuel

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Keeps fuel at 100%

cheat

DinoSet Fuel

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> ?? amount that gets added

Adds or subtracts the amount of fuel specified

Example:
cheat DinoSet Fuel -10
cheat

Dino NoHeat

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Keeps heat at 0% (effectively infinite hover)

cheat

Dino ToggleUpkeep

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Disables/Enables Mek upkeep (the system that subtracts fuel/health every 60 seconds)

cheat

DinoSet UpkeepInterval

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> Integer[32] interval in seconds

Sets the Mek's upkeep interval in seconds. Does not affect the rate of fuel/health loss, just how often it updates.

Example:
cheat DinoSet UpkeepInterval 60
Mega Mek
cheat

Dino ReplayIntro

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Makes the MegaMek invisible, then replays the intro effect VFX.

cheat

DinoSet Blink

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> float value between 0 and 1

Sets the blink/intro effect to that level.

Example:
cheat DinoSet Blink 0.5
Gacha
cheat

DinoSet EatTime

<number>
General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<number> Integer[32] time in seconds

Sets the time in seconds between sitting down to digest

Example:
cheat DinoSet EatTime 3
Forest Titan
cheat

Dino DestroyRightNode

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Dismembers right arm and destroys the node.

cheat

Dino DestroyLeftNode

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Dismembers left arm and destroys the node.

cheat

Dino DestroyCenterNode

General information
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Destroys the center node.

Unknown

Commands that seem to be available but no info on how to use them:

cheat

AddItemToAllClustersInventory

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown?

AutoCycle

<Duration>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<Duration>

unknown

cheat

DoRestartLevel

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown? Appears to trigger an internal map restart.

cheat

DupeLastItem

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown?

GetPlayerIDForSteamID

<SteamId>
General information
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<SteamId> Integer[32]

Bug: This command does not seem to work correctly, returning a different value than the one used in ShowMyAdminManager, and does not work for commands that require player ID.

GetSteamIDForPlayerID

<PlayerId>
General information
Added in: 254.0
Compatible with consoles: X mark.svg No
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<PlayerId> Integer[32]

?

cheat

PrintActorLocation

<ActorName>
General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes
Argument information
Name Type Description

<ActorName> FString

?

cheat

ReportLeastSpawnManagers

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown?

cheat

ReportSpawnManagers

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown?

cheat

TestSteamRefreshItems

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown?

cheat

VisualizeClass

General information
Compatible with consoles: Missing.png Unknown
In  ARK: Survival Ascended: Check mark.svg Yes
In  ARK: Survival Evolved: Check mark.svg Yes

Unknown?

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