A list of all console commands and variables in Subnautica. This is only useful for developers and server owners! Follow @SubnauticaSCM for updates.
If you want to contribute, check the bottom of this article for instructions on how to get started. You can also help with designing content, or writing information. Keep reading to check out our list of commands!
how to do commands in subnautica :
1. Go to your Steam Library and right click on Subnautica. Click “Properties”.
2. Open the “Local Files” tab and press “Browse Local Files…”
3. Open the “Subnautica_Data” folder, then open the “Managed” folder, and finally open the “Addins” folder.
4. Create a .txt file and rename it to “SubnauticaSCM.txt”, make sure the suffix is “.txt” and not “.subnauticaSCM”.
5. Open the file and write:
6. Note that the numbers are comma separated and at the end of each line is a comma.
7. Save the file and run Subnautica_x64_Data in Steam to verify it works!
8. The first number after -buoyancy is your desired buoyancy value.
9. The values after -1.00 are your desired Roll, Yaw and Pitch rotation values in degrees.
10. The numbers at the end of each line determine the x, y and z location of the buoyancy module respectively.
What are console commands in Subnautica and how do you use them?
Console commands are simple lines of text that players or game developers can enter into the game’s console window to alter its behavior. There are two kinds of console commands in Subnautica: Developer Console Commands & Console Variables
Developer Console Commands allow game developers to test features that haven’t yet been fully implemented, or to change settings for debugging. Some of these commands may end up in the game, while others will be used solely for testing during game development.
The benefits of using console commands in Subnautica are
New players can easily spawn any item – even if they don’t know its console command. This is great for experimenting with new items, and salvaging wrecks without having to craft them again. In multiplayer, this can be a big advantage to specific players that want to rush ahead instead of wasting time crafting things from blueprints. In creative mode, using any item’s console command does not consume it. The player can spawn as many of an item as they want. Experienced players who already know the Subnautica console commands for items can play without having to pause or open their inventory very often. This allows them to focus on playing the game instead of managing inventory.
It’s possible to create your own console commands in Subnautica. This lets players experiment with custom items that are not available in the game, or even adjust existing items for their own use. For example, you can change all diamond pickaxes so they mine at twice the speed… Or, you can set a max health value so reduced damage from enemies doesn’t slow you down. Subnautica console commands for items can be used to cheat. There are legitimate reasons to use cheats in Subnautica, but they’re generally frowned upon by the community and discouraged by developers. You should avoid using them if it’s not required for testing or debugging. Console commands in Subnautica are only available while playing on a local game mode, not for dedicated servers.
While there are plenty of legitimate reasons to use Subnautica console commands in single player, it is not recommended in multiplayer. Player-run servers usually have their own mods and cheats disabled so anyone can play on an even playing field. The advantages of using items via console commands are far outweighed by the disadvantages when other players are involved.