7 Days to Die Command Console

You may enjoy playing 7 Days to Die games now and you are looking for the command console here for that game. The command console is a debugging which is mainly used for game development. However,  players can use it to change the settings of the game, access the statistics of player, ban or kick bothering players or control time.

How To Open Command Console

To open command console, you can press F1 for US and EU keyboards. Alternatively, you are able to hit @ for EU keyboards, hit ” for US keyboard, hit Ö/Ø/F2 for Scandinavian keyboards or hit Ñ for Spanish keyboards.

7 Days to Die Command Console

The List of Console Commands of 7 Days to Die

In the list below, you can see the list of console commands that you can use in 7 Days to Die game.

    • admin add <playerID> <permission level>

The effect of this command is to add a player as an admin.

    • admin remove <playerID>

This command will remove admin permission from a player.

    • admin update <playerID> <permission level>

This command will change the admin permission level for that user to the specified value.

    • aiddebug

This command will switch the AIDirector debug output.

    • ban <playerID> <timeframe>

This command will ban a player from your server for a specified amount of time. The input which is allowed for <timeframe> are hours, minutes, weeks, days, months, and years. Let’s say that you want to ban someone from the server for 5 hours, you can enter this command: “ban 156 5 hours”

    • buff <buff name>

This command is able to be used to apply a buff to the local player (you).

    • chunkcache

This command can be used to show all loaded chunks in the cache.

    • clear

This command is used to clear the command line.

    • cp add <permission level>

This command is used to add command permissions.

    • cp remove <command>

This command is used to remove command permissions.

    • cp update <command> <permission level>

This command is used to change the permissions for a command to the specified value.

    • cp list

This command is used to show a list of current command permissions. For your information, ‘1000’ is the lowest and ‘0’ is the highest.

    • creativemenu

This command is used to enable or disable the Creative Menu.

    • debugmenu [on/ off]

This command is used to change the display of the developer console.

    • deathscreen <on/off>

This command is used to show the blood-filled death screen during normal gameplay. It will not hurt or kill the player, but it will diminish visibility.

    • enablescope <on/ off>

This command is used to modify debug scope.

    • exportitemicons

This command will export all item icons to the 7 Days To Die\ItemIcons folder.

    • gameover

This command is used to change the game to game over.

    • gfx dti

This command is used to set distant terrain instancing (A19.2 b3)

    • gfx dtpix

This command is used to set distant terrain pixel error (A19.2 b3)

    • givequest

This command is used to give yourself a quest.

    • giveself <item name> [quality level]

This command is used to drop an item at your feet with maximum (600) quality. You are able to use the optional [quality level] to specify.

    • giveselfxp <amount>

This command is used to increase your experience by <amount>.

    • kick <playerID> [reason]

This command is used to kick specified player from the server. For reason, it is optional.

    • kickall [reason]

This command is used to kick all players from the game. For the reason, it is optional.

    • killall

This command is used to kill all players and entities.

    • lights

This command is used to toggle display of an outline around all light-emitting objects such as campfires, candles and many more.

    • listents

This command is used to show all objects in the game.

    • listplayers

This command is used to display all players which are currently connected to the server.

    • listthreads

This command is used to show all threads.

    • listlandclaim

This command is able to be used to list all Land Claim Blocks which are active with player name, Steam ID, world ID, LCB’s current health state and coordinates.

    • listplayerids

This command is used to list all players and their IDs.

    • mem

This command is used to show memory usage and requests the garbage collector.

    • mod add <playerID> <permission level>

This command is used to add a player as a moderator of the specified permission level.

    • mod remove <playerID>

This command is used to remove specified player from the moderator list.

    • mod update <playerID> <permission level>

This command is used to update the specified moderator’s permission level.

    • say <message>

This command is used to broadcast a message to all players on the server.

    • settime

This command is used to sets the time in the current world.

    • sounddebug

This command is used to set the debug menu to contain sound manager reports.

    • saveworld

This command is used to save the world manually.

    • setgamepref

This command is used to show the settings which are able to be changed from the console.

    • setgamepref <preference> <value>

This command is used to set the specified setting to the specified value.

    • showchunkdata

This command is used to show data about the current chunk.

    • shownexthordetime

This command is used to show the time to the next horde.

    • showalbedo

This command is used to toggle display of albedo in gBuffer.

    • showclouds

This command is used to show one layer of clouds.

    • shutdown

This command is used to stop the server.

    • spawnairdrop

This command is used to spawn an air drop.

    • spawnentity

This command is used to show a list of objects which are able to be spawned into the game.

    • spawnentity <playerID> <entityID>

This command is used to give the specified player the specified object.

    • spawnsupplycrate

This command is used to spawn a supply crate on the player.

    • spawnwanderinghorde

This command is used to spawn a wandering horde of zombies.

    • whitelist add <playerID> <permission level>

This command is able to be used to add specified player to the whitelist.

    • whitelist remove <playerID>

The command is used to remove the specified player from the whitelist.

    • whitelist update <playerID> <permission level>

The command is used to update the specified player’s permission level in the whitelist.

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