ICARUS Cheats & Console Commands - Magic Game World

ICARUS Cheats & Console Commands

ICARUS Cheats & Console Commands

To use cheats and console commands in ICARUS, you’ll need to download third-party software called Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker. This software is well-known and has been used across multiple titles. However, please be aware that you’re downloading and using it at your own risk. Once you’ve downloaded and installed it, launch ICARUS and open the Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker. In the “General” tab, select the process where you’d like to inject the DLL. If you’re using Xbox Game Pass, look for the process named “Maine.” This will likely be the top process, although the name might differ if you’re using Steam.

 

After selecting the appropriate process, click on “Inject DLL.” You’ll see pop-up windows in ICARUS confirming that the software is operational. If you plan to use cheats, you may want to start a new game to avoid affecting your current save file, but that’s your call. You can now proceed to the next step.

 

To bring up the console in ICARUS, press the key located in the top-left corner of your keyboard, usually the tilde (~) key. You can then type in various commands to modify the game. Here is a list of cheats and console commands:

 

 

CHEATS & CONSOLE COMMANDS

Note: The console commands listed here are the default ones for this software. Due to compatibility reasons, your game might crash at times. Although you may not be able to use all the commands listed here, some should work without issues.

 

  • EnableCheats: Type this command first before using any other commands.

 

  • god: Enables God Mode.

 

  • sg.PostProcessQuality 0: Removes the map’s depth-of-field blurriness.

 

  • timespeed #: Adjusts the speed of time in the game. A higher number speeds up time, while a lower number slows it down. Entering 0 stops time altogether.

 

  • toggledebugcamera: Allows you to fly around the game as a camera. This is not ideal for covering long distances.

 

  • teleport: Teleports you to wherever your crosshair is pointing. This function can be hit-or-miss and may have a distance limitation.

 

  • pause: Pauses the game. Enter the command again to un-pause.

 

  • kill: Kills your character and returns you to your spawn point.

 

  • DamageTarget #: Damages a target by the specified amount.

 

  • stat fps: Toggles the display of FPS on the screen.

 

  • stat unit: Toggles the display of frame times on the screen.

 

  • showdebug: Toggles the display of coordinates on the screen.

 

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    He is the founder and editor of Magic Game World. He loved gaming from the moment he got a PlayStation 1 with Gran Turismo on his 7th birthday.

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