Conan Exiles Console Commands List

Server owners or players nominated as admins to monitor the server use the administrative console. They also find solutions to the problems players may have, or police the server itself.

To enable the console, you have to press the tilde ~ key on your keyboard. Normally, the tilde key is located under the Esc key at the top left part of the keyboard. After pressing the key, you have to login as an admin by entering the following command.

Console Commands
Code Effect
MakeMeAdmin [Admin] Grants you admin privileges
MakeMeNormal [Privileges] Removes your admin privileges
God [Toggle] Toggles god mode
Invisibility [Invisible] Makes your character model invisible
Cloak [Enemy Detection] Toggles enemy detection - NPC's will ignore you even if you attack them
Fly Allows you to fly
Ghost [No Collosion] Enables no collision mode (ie NoClip) - Similar to fly but you are able to pass through solid objects (including the world)
Walk [Ghost Mode] Return to walking mode from Fly or Ghost mode
NoSprintCost [Sprint Mode] Toggles unlimited sprint mode - No stamina drain while sprinting (Note: This is not unlimited stamina)
BroadcastMessage [PopUp] Sends a message to all online players via a pop-up box which needs to be clicked on to close (can annoy players as it interrupts gameplay, especially when in combat).
SpawnItem [Item ID] Gives you an item. I have compiled an item ID list here. (Though for most people you'll be better off using the admin panel GUI where you can sort and search items by their names and categories instead of numbered ID's.)
DamageTarget [NPC] Deals damage to the object or NPC in your crosshairs.
DestroyTarget [Use Command] CAUTION: Use this command with care. Will permanently remove entire player built structures that you aim at with your camera in one go. Can also temporarily remove parts of the map if you aim at the world, leaving gaping holes players can fall through - Server requires restart to restore the world map.If you would rather use a safer method to remove NPC's and structures I recommend the Shift+Delete key shortcut which removes individual building parts one at a time and you won't ever be able to accidentally delete world chunks.
Teleport [Surface] Teleport to the surface you are currently looking at.
TeleportPlayer [Yourself] Teleport yourself to the specified coordinates. Ex: If you are teleporting to 100, 50, 25.357, you need to type "TeleportPlayer 100 50 25.357", without quotes.
TeleportToPlayer [Player] Teleport yourself to the specified player.
SummonPlayer [Location] Teleport a player to your location.
ViewPlayer [Spectate] Spectate a player of your choosing.
ViewSelf [Exit] Exit spectate mode.
PrintPlayerInfo [Steam Name] Show's a specific player's in-game character or Steam name. You will need to press the tilde key twice to view the output.
ToggleDebugHUD [Debug HUD] Toggles the debug HUD. This will show your coordinates, ping, and server FPS.
GetServerHealth [FPS] Lists server FPS, player count, number of spawned actors, number of player bases (incl. detached foundations), total number of building parts (foundations,walls,floors,roofs, etc - possibly includes all placeables like chests, crafting stations, etc?), and server LOD count in the console. (Press ~ a second time to view the output)
GetAllServerSettings [Modify] Displays a list of all available server settings you can modify. (Press ~ a second time to view the output)
SetServerSetting [Server Settings] Allows you to modify the server settings contained in ServerSettings.ini from within the game. Note: The server setting property value must be enclosed within quotations otherwise it won't work.
Ctrl+Shift+C [Panel GUI] Brings up the Admin Panel GUI.
Ctrl+Shift+Alt+L [Dialog Box] Opens a dialog box with the players current x,y,z world coordinates. (This is a client command and usable by any player.) Useful for using in combination with the TeleportPlayer [x y z] command.
Shift+Delete [NPC] Removes an NPC entity or player placed object that you aim at with your camera. (won't destroy entire structures, just individual building pieces)
Ctrl+Shift+Delete [Effected Area] Similar to Shift+Delete above but has a larger area of effect, deleting multiple objects at once. Destruction pattern seems to be random and inconsistent.