Dragon Age Inquisition Console Commands and Cheats

Dragon Age Inquisition cheats and console commands guide

  You're about to discover all the cheat codes and console commands for the game Dragon Age: Inquisition, the sequel to Dragon Age II. It was released on November 18, 2014, by Bioware and is still very popular despite not receiving the same level of critical acclaim as the first two Dragon Age games.  

The story revolves around the Inquisitor, a survivor of a mysterious tear in the sky that unleashes dangerous demons and settles civil unrest in Thedas. While there are several semi-open worlds for players to explore, Dragon Age: Inquisition follows the same gameplay model as its predecessors.

There are no cheats in Dragon Age: Inquisition, but the console commands can significantly assist you when dealing with challenging enemy groups, especially under challenging modes. The console commands can enable god mode, get more money, heal your party, kill all enemies, or get temporary or permanent character buffs.

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How to Enable Dragon Age Inquisition Console Commands on PC

Dragon Age: Inquisition requires the developer console to be enabled before you can use console commands, like most PC games. You can easily adjust the instructions if you have installed the game in a custom path. If you have installed the game in the default folder, we will show you how to enable the developer console.

Here are the steps to enable the developer console:

  • Open the Windows Explorer and go to C:\Program Files (x86)​​\Origin Games\Dragon Age Inquisition​\. This is the game's default installation folder.
  • When in the folder, search the DragonAgeInquisition.exe, right-click it, and select Properties
  • Next, add the -enabledeveloperconsole string to the end of the Target field.
    • The target should now be: C:\Program Files (x86)​​\Origin Games\Dragon Age Inquisition​​​​​\DragonAgeInquisition.exe -enabledeveloperconsole.
  • Click Ok and the developer console will be enabled next time you start the game.

Finally, to bring up the developer console, you can use the tilde key (~). On QWERTY keyboards, it's the key left of “1” in and above “Tab.”

How to Enable DAI Console Commands on EA Origin

Right-click Dragon Age: Inquisition in the Origin client and choose Game properties.

Select the Advanced launch options tab.

In the Command Line Arguments field, type -enabledeveloperconsole and click Save.

How to Enable DAI Console Commands on Steam

Go to the My Games tab, right-click Dragon Age: Inquisition, and choose Properties from the menu. In the General tab, click the button Set launch options.

Dragon Age Inquisition Console Commands

  You can now bring it up by enabling the developer console, entering a console command, hitting “ENTER,” and watching the effects. Here is a list of the Dragon Age Inquisition commands:  

helpChange Graphic Options
runscript pc_immortalEnable God mode
Xrunscript dbg_setattrib <X> <Y>
e.g., dbg_setattrib Dexterity 100
Sets attribute X to value Y for 1 minute
runscript addxp <X>
e.g., runscript addxp 1000
Add X experience points to your character
runscript chargen mageChange your character to a level 2 mage
runscript chargen rogueChange your character to a level 2 rogue
runscript chargen warriorChange your character to a level 2 warrior
runscript bowlingforfereldenKnow back enemies and generate a shield
runscript zz_supercrit playerGives the player 1000 Mana, 1000 Health, 50 Strength, and 50 Dexterity
runscript healplayerHeal your party
runscript killallhostilesKill all enemies in the current area
runscript injury rempartyRemoves all injuries from your party
runscript addmoney <X>
e.g., runscript addmoney 1000
Add X amount of money to your character
The complete list of DA: Inquisition console commands

Based on the effects of these commands, it's pretty clear that you can use them to obliterate any enemy in the game. Make sure to use them wisely!