Fallout 4: Contraptions – DLC Item IDs List | Dev Console Guide
Only on PC: Make building easier in Fallout 4’s Contraptions add-on with these fresh console command cheat codes.
The Contraptions Workshop add-on for Fallout 4 doesn’t add any cool weapons or unique Power Armor, but it does include tons of awesome toys to play around with in your settlements. You’ll be able to summon elevators, Steel Balls, and an endless array of builders to create the factory of your dreams. The Contraptions Workshop is all about creativity, and why put a limit on creativity?
That’s why we’ve put together a list of cheats and content IDs to get you started spawning new settlement pieces in the Commonwealth. Below you’ll find instructions and full explanations to get the developer console working for you. Keep scrolling to find our expansive (and growing) list of Content IDs and codes to spawn items. It might be cheating, but it’s too much fun to ignore.
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Contraptions – DLC Item IDs List | Dev Console Guide
Like every DLC, the Contraptions Workshop includes a whole new set of items (and item content IDs) to toy around with. Before showing off the list of items available, here’s our tutorial for using developer console commands. If you’re new to cheating in Fallout 4, this is how it’s done.
[Update: June 22 – Added Paintballs, Builders, and Pillory.]
How to Spawn Items Using Console Commands
Start spawning stuff fast with our quick console command breakdown.
- Open the console command input window; press [`] or Tilde
- The game will pause and a prompt will appear in the lower-right corner of the screen.
- Input: player.addItem [Content ID] [###]
- player.addItem = This console command spawns the desired item into your inventory.
- [Content ID] = Every item in Fallout 4 has a unique content ID. Find the full list of Content IDs for Far Harbor weapons and armor listed below.
- [###] = This is the amount of items you will spawn into your inventory.
- For example, if you want to spawn a Harpoon Gun in your inventory, type the following command:
- player.addItem ##010b81 1
- ## refers to the FORM ID. Depending on the number of mods / expansions installed, your load order will be different.
- To resolve this issue, simply test your Far Harbor load order number by testing the following commands:
- player.addItem 01010b81 1
- player.addItem 02010b81 1
- player.addItem 03010b81 1
- player.addItem 04010b81 1
- player.addItem ##010b81 1
- Once you learn the FORM ID of Far Harbor, replace all Far Harbor Content ID [##] entries with your particular number; 01, 02, 03, 04, and so on.
- If you only have Far Harbor installed and no mods or additional expansions, your LOAD ORDER number will be . Ex. player.addItem 01010b81 1
Contraptions – Console Item Content IDs List:
[Work-in-Progress: Check back soon for new item IDs!]
All DLC / Mod content IDs begin with a two-digit FORM ID number. Check the instructions above to find your Contraptions FORM ID and replace the first two “##” in the content ID numbers below.
- ##000a36 Builder (Basic)
- ##000a50 Weapon Forge
- ##000abe Pyrotechnics Mill
- ##000aa5 Food Processor
- ##000a69 Energy Weapons Forge
- ##000a6a Heavy Weapons Forge
- ##063b73 Firework Mortar
- ##063b71 Mortar Shell (Ammo)
- ##00092b Emergency Flare Shell (Ammo)
- ##000900 Weather Change Shell – Clear (Ammo)
- ##000901 Weather Change Shell – Rain (Ammo)
- ##000906 Weather Change Shell – Radstorm (Ammo)
(Ammo for the Paintball Gun Turret)
##000d92 Blue Paintball (Ammo)
##000d95 Green Paintball (Ammo)
##000d96 Red Paintball (Ammo)
##000d97 Orange Paintball (Ammo)
##000d98 Glow Paintball (Ammo)
##000d99 White Paintball (Ammo)
##000d9a Yellow Paintball (Ammo)
- ##000977 Steel Ball
- ##000aad Pillory
- ##000893 AND Logic Gate
- ##000899 NAND Logic Gate
- ##00089a NOR Logic Gate
- ##00089b NOT Logic Gate
- ##00089c OR Logic Gate
- ##000d26 XNOR Logic Gate
- ##00099c XOR Logic Gate
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