All Console Commands in Palworld

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All Console Commands in Palworld

Daniel Royte
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Palworld is the latest craze in the gaming industry and despite the fact that the game is somewhat controversial, people are having a blast.
But if you're someone who has already sunk several hours into the game and looking for something else to do, you can try messing with some console commands.
In this guide, we will explore the available console commands, their applications, and how you can use them to your advantage.

Palworld is the latest craze in the gaming industry and despite the fact that the game is somewhat controversial, people are having a blast. But if you're someone who has already sunk several hours into the game and looking for something else to do, you can try messing with some console commands. In this guide, we will explore the available console commands, their applications, and how you can use them to your advantage.

Palworld Console Commands

Palworld console commands have two main types: those for single-player and multiplayer. However, the developers have intentionally restricted the use of commands in single-player mode to discourage cheating and enhance the game's challenge. So this guide focuses primarily on multiplayer commands, essential for server administrators.

All Console Commands in Palworld

Multiplayer Console Commands

The multiplayer of Palworld offers a range of commands for server administrators. To gain access, you must become a server administrator by using the command /AdminPassword [password]. Once granted admin privileges, here are some of the key commands at your disposal:

  • /Shutdown {Seconds} {MessageText}: Initiates a server shutdown timer, allowing administrators to control server maintenance efficiently.

  • /DoExit: Immediately shuts down the server, useful for quick actions.

  • /KickPlayer {Steam ID}: Kicks a specific player off the server, a handy tool for dealing with disruptive or rule-breaking players.

  • /BanPlayer {Steam ID}: Bans a player from the server, preventing future logins. Ideal for handling spammers, griefers, and other offenders.

  • /Broadcast {MessageText}: Displays a message for all players on the server, useful for announcements or warnings.

  • /TeleportToPlayer {Steam ID}: Teleports the administrator to a specific player, aiding in rule enforcement.

  • /TeleportToMe {Steam ID}: Teleports a specific player to the administrator, providing a versatile command for various scenarios.

  • /ShowPlayers: Shows a list of all players currently on the server.

  • /Info: Displays information about the server.

It's important to note that the current set of commands may expand as the game progresses through its early access phase.

All Console Commands in Palworld

Single Player Console Commands

Single-player console commands are officially restricted by the developers. But players who want a more creative experience like Minecraft can turn to third-party programs, such as mods and trainers. These tools can unlock various cheats, including:

  • Player-related Commands:

    • Infinite Player Health

    • Infinite Pal Health

    • Infinite Stamina

    • Infinite Satiety

    • Temperature Always Normal

    • Set Stat Points

    • Set Technology Points

    • Set Ancient Technology Points

  • Physics-related Commands:

    • Instant Acceleration

    • Set Walking Speed Multiplier

    • Set Jump Height Multiplier

  • Inventory-related Commands:

    • No Item Weight

    • [Sel. Item] Set Amount

  • Stats-related Commands:

    • Infinite Sanity

    • Set Experience Multiplier

  • Weapons-related Commands:

    • Infinite Weapon Durability

  • Game-related Commands:

    • Instant Crafting

    • No Crafting Requirements

    • 100% Capture Chance

    • All Pals Are Rare

    • Stop Time

    • Add Time

    • Decrease Time

How to Access Console Commands

To access console commands, one must have administrator rights on a dedicated server. This requires either hosting a server or obtaining the server's password from the host. Dedicated servers can be set up on a personal computer or through third-party hosting services, allowing for more flexibility.


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Daniel is an under-grad and has grown up with esports titles like Dota 2 cultivating a passion for esports. His current beats include in-depth coverage of Dota 2 and Mobile Legends.

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