The Complete List of all Mass Effect Andromeda Console Commands


As in most of the Electronic Arts games based on the Frostbite-Engine, including the Battlefield series, you can also use console commands in Mass Effect Andromeda. You can use the console window to enter additional commands and that means you can enable or disable features that you might not find in option screen of the game. It’s easy to use the console, just press the tilde key (~) and you can start to enter commands. The commands can not only be enabled via console, it’s possible to write them in a config file to run them permanently.

In this article I will show you some very useful console commands first, after that I will show you a full list of all console commands that you can use in Mass Effect Andromeda. It must be said, that a few other websites just copied whole parts of my previous article series including the console command list and swapped the game titles to make it look as if this would be still the up to date list for Mass Effect Andromeda as well. But EA adds and removes commands with new game releases, but no problem, I did check for changes and I do actually offer you an updated list in my article.

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By the way: Type the command “list” without quotation marks into the console and confirm with the return key and you will see a complete list of all Mass Effect Andromeda console commands in the game. But to this date, the following list should be very correct, but it can be that they add or remove new commands in the future:

  • UI.DrawEnable
  • Window.PosX
  • Window.PosY
  • Window.Width
  • Window.Height
  • GameTime.MaxVariableFps
  • IconSettings.DrawEnable
  • Render.DrawScreenInfo
  • Render.ResolutionScale
  • Render.UseLowerResolutionForCine
  • Render.ResolutionScaleGame
  • Render.ResolutionScaleFactorForCine
  • Render.ResolutionScaleMode
  • Render.FrameSynthesisScaleH
  • Render.FrameSynthesisScaleV
  • Render.VSyncFlashTestEnable
  • Render.OutputBrightnessTestEnable
  • Render.Dx12Enable
  • Render.DisplayMappingSdrPeakLuma
  • Render.DisplayMappingHdr1PeakLuma
  • Render.HdrOverlayIntensity
  • Render.FrameSynthesis
  • Thread.ProcessorCount
  • Thread.MaxProcessorCount
  • Thread.MinFreeProcessorCount
  • Thread.JobThreadPriority
  • WorldRender.TransparencyShadowmapsEnable
  • WorldRender.MotionBlurEnabled
  • WorldRender.MotionBlurRadialBlurMax
  • WorldRender.MotionBlurQuality
  • WorldRender.MotionBlurMaxSampleCount
  • WorldRender.FrameSynthesisMode
  • WorldRender.EmitterSunTransmittanceMapEnabled
  • WorldRender.EmitterSunTransmittanceMapResolution
  • WorldRender.LightTileCombineOutdoorLightEnable
  • WorldRender.LightTileCsPathEnable
  • WorldRender.LightTilePsPathEnable
  • WorldRender.PlanarReflectionEnable
  • WorldRender.InterpupillaryDistance
  • RenderDevice.VSyncEnable
  • RenderDevice.TripleBufferingEnable
  • RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit
  • RenderDevice.StereoConvergenceScale
  • RenderDevice.StereoSeparationScale
  • RenderDevice.StereoSoldierZoomConvergenceScale
  • RenderDevice.DxDiagDriverDetectionEnable
  • RenderDevice.Dx11Dot1Enable
  • RenderDevice.Dx11Dot1RuntimeEnable
  • PerfOverlay.Enable
  • PerfOverlay.DrawGraph
  • PerfOverlay.DrawGraphMethod
  • PerfOverlay.DrawCpuGraph
  • PerfOverlay.DrawSimGraph
  • PerfOverlay.DrawGpuGraph
  • PerfOverlay.DrawFrameGraph
  • PerfOverlay.DrawFps
  • PerfOverlay.DrawSim
  • PerfOverlay.DrawGpu
  • PerfOverlay.DrawFpsMethod
  • PerfOverlay.DrawFcat
  • PerfOverlay.FcatWidth
  • PerfOverlay.LegendDisplayFormat
  • PerfOverlay.FpsAverageWindow
  • PerfOverlay.FpsRefreshPeriod
  • PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayAlpha
  • PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayFormat
  • PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayScale
  • PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayOffsetX
  • PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayOffsetY
  • PerfOverlay.FrameFileLogEnable
  • NetworkPerfOverlay.Enable
  • Screenshot.Render
  • Screenshot.Format
  • Screenshot.LayerMode
  • PostProcess.ForceDofEnable
  • PostProcess.DofMethod
  • PostProcess.BlurMethod
  • PostProcess.SpriteDofEnable
  • PostProcess.SpriteDofHalfResolutionEnable
  • PostProcess.DynamicAOEnabled
  • PostProcess.DynamicAOMethod
  • PostProcess.ScreenSpaceRaytraceEnable
  • PostProcess.ScreenSpaceRaytraceDeferredResolveEnable
  • PostProcess.ScreenSpaceRaytraceSeparateCoverageEnable
  • PostProcess.ScreenSpaceRaytraceFullresEnable

Last Words

This article was hopefully helpful, if you think so let me know in the comment section. If you can add important information’s, or if you think something is incorrect, you might want to share that too, this will help other people too. Want to discuss your settings? Your impressions are welcomed too. You can even find more Mass Effect Andromeda articles on my blog. Otherwise, have a lot of fun!


11 thoughts on “The Complete List of all Mass Effect Andromeda Console Commands

  1. Any commands that can be used to completely disable the view bob of player movement? The way the movement is done in this game is extremely nauseating

  2. New on whatever a console command is, but a quest is bugged (Ryder family secrets) and I’m kinda desperate. Any way to reboot or advance on a quest?

    1. No, none of the console command can help you there, sadly. The console commands are more like advanced graphical settings, or to show benchmark displays and so on. Generally you are right, some games have consoles where you can type in cheats in case something in your savegame is messed up… but that’s not the case for most EA games. Games like Mass Effect, Battlefield and so on have a console commands that will allow you to find advanced graphical settings or alike.

      That’s frustrating that your quest is bugged 😦

  3. Thank you for that great list, but whithout any explanation for the meaning/purpose of the code, WHAT’s THE USE ???
    Either it’s a copy/paste form another souce,
    either you don’t care.
    Very disrespectful.

    1. Do you have a personality disorder like BPD or NPD or why are you using double bind communication and projection?

      Answering your questions: Apparently I have no access to the developer code to change the console commands, thus I am only able to write them down in a list. Call it copy and paste if you like.

      I covered these subjects a lot on my blog and so far I haven’t met a lot of people who haven’t thought that the commands are self-explanatory. But I wrote a few guides about some of them in the past. I’d explain certain commands to respectful people but dim lights can get lost. So, why don’t you get lost?

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