Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord has finally entered Steam Early Access, and legions of eager fans are flocking to rediscover Calradia once more. Among them, a more impatient subset is likely wondering whether the console commands and cheats of the older titles are still working.
Here's everything we know about Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord's Console Commands and Cheats, as well as how to enable them.
Mount And Blade 2: Bannerlord Console Commands and Cheats
Before becoming speed demons or outright gods of the battlefield using Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord's console commands and cheats, you first have to enable them. Luckily, the process isn't at all difficult.
Head to your Documents\Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord\Configs folder. Inside, you should find the engine_config.txt file. Open it, then search for a line containing cheat_mode = 0 and change the value to 1. This should enable cheats and console commands.
It's worth noting that players are seemingly bumping into issues when trying to open the console in-game using Ctrl + and inputting some of the older codes.
It's possible that Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord has no in-game console yet and that some of the older cheats simply do not work. It might also be that it's currently only accessible through the developer console mod.
A handful of the console commands found in previous entries do seem to work by simply inputting without a console, provided you start a new campaign after performing the edit, from what we can tell.
Here is an initial list of functioning Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord console commands and cheats:
- Ctrl + Left Click - Teleports you to the selected location on the world map
- Ctrl + H - Fully heals you
- Ctrl+Shift+H - Fully heals your horse
- Ctrl+F4 - Knocks an enemy unconscious
- Ctrl+Shift+F4 - Knocks all enemies unconscious
- Ctrl+F2 - Knocks one friendly soldier unconscious
- Ctrl + F3 - Knocks you unconscious
- Ctrl + Shift + F3 - Knocks your horse unconscious
- Ctrl+Alt+T (during movement) - Reveals all units on the world map
Although there doesn't seem to be a console command or cheat for money, having cheat mode enabled brings up 10 of each item available in-game on the left side of your inventory, otherwise used for throwing items away.
The items can then be moved to your inventory and sold to vendors across Calradia. Better yet, they also refresh each time you open the inventory, making for a pretty easy method of getting rich before you die trying.
We're keeping an eye out and will update this list with any new entries as soon as we can confirm that they work.
Have you found any other working Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord console commands or cheats? Let us know in the comments below so we can spread the word.