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Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines Console Commands – Cheat Codes and more in 2022

Updated: May 8, 2022 11:11 pm
Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines Console Commands Featured

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines is the textbook definition of prime jank. This RPG was initially released all the way back in 2004, and even for the time, the game was rough in places. Despite this, the game had enough charm and decent gameplay to get many people hooked, so much so that we’re getting a sequel at some point in the near future. With that in mind, you might be tempted to go back to the original for a re-visit, but if you’re worried about dealing with all that jank, then console commands might be the answer to your prayers.

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines console commands can help you to fix bugs, get past tricky sections of the gameplay, and even take fancier screenshots. Read on to discover the most useful and powerful console commands for Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines.

How to Open the Console

By default, the console isn’t available without tweaking some stuff. Find the game’s executable file on your PC, and then right-click it and create a shortcut. Right-click your new shortcut, find the ‘target’ field, and enter the text in the box below. Make sure there’s a space after whatever was in the ‘target’ before you started typing, or it won’t work. Once done, you can open the console in-game by pressing the key underneath Escape on your keyboard, just make sure that you’re running the game from your new shortcut first.

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Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines Useful Console Commands

Vampire the Masquerade Bloodlines Console Commands infinite Guns

Since there is a wealth of different console commands in the game, we’ve split them into a couple of different categories. Everything that you see here is a command that will help you get something done in-game, but they won’t make you super powerful or impossible to kill. You can find those sorts of commands in the next section, but if you come to a game-breaking glitch, this is what you need.

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines Utility Console Commands

These commands are mostly focused on fixing issues and getting information out of the game. Be very careful how you use the NPC-freezing command since that can cause crashes, especially on older systems.

Command EffectConsole Command
Lists all available console commandscmdlist
Disables or Enables the HUD (0 = off/1 = on)draw_hud 1/0
Freezes all NPC charactersnpc_freeze
Skips the opening cinematics vskip_intro
Hides or shows the GUI (0 is show/1 is hide)v_hidevgui 1/0

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines Character Console Commands

As well as the utility commands we’ve featured above, you can use these commands below to make some changes to your character. While you could use these to make yourself insanely powerful, they’re also just useful when it comes to making minor changes or fixing some mistakes.

Command EffectConsole Command
Opens your character sheetchareditor
Makes your character malevgender_int (1)
Makes your character femalevgender_int (0)
Lists all possible clans you can joinvclans
Changes your character’s clan to [clan name]vclans_[clan name]
Allows you to edit character histories during character creationvchar_edit_histories 1
Gives your character around 75% total bloodblood
Sets female character chest size to [amount] (1 is default)Money [Amount]

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines Cheat Console Commands

Vampire the Masquerade Bloodlines Console Commands Chest Modification

These commands are the real deal, proper cheat commands that’ll turn you into the master of the night with ease. Just remember, they can have a profound effect on your gameplay experience, as well as crashing your game if you use them too much. Make sure to back up your save regularly so you don’t lose your progress.

Command EffectConsole Command
Puts you in god modegod
Gives you all clothing, weapons, and ammoimpulse 101
Enter no clip modenoclip
NPCs can’t see younotarget
Lists every item that you can spawn using console commandsvitems
Gives the player one of [item name]give [item name]
Gives you infinite for almost every weapon (not flamethrower)debug_infinite_ammo 2
Gives player [amount] of moneyFindPlayer().MoneyAdd[amount]
Gives you [amount] of experience pointsgiftxp [amount]

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