One of the best things about Humankind is that it gives the player complete freedom in how he/she wants to play the game – be it in terms of mods or console commands. There are quite a lot of commands and cheats that the player can use in Humankind to get a range of different effects. In this Humankind guide, we have detailed all there is to know about how to enable console and use commands for different effects.
Humankind Console Commands
The first thing that the player will need to do is to activate the console – it is disabled by default this are useful for those for don't wish to use a Humankind Trainer.
People who own the game on either Epic Games Launcher or Microsoft Store, they need to right-click on the Humankind shortcut, open ‘Properties’, and click on ‘Target’. Similar to Steam, add –enablemoddingtools’ without the apostrophe after the ‘humankind.exe’ file.
Once done, restart the client, and start the game. While in the game, the console can be opened by pressing the ~ key – it should be on the left of ‘1’ on most keyboards. Inside this console, the player can input a number of commands for different effects. Please note that we do not have a list of all available console commands as of right now but we will update the guide with more of them in the coming days. Some of them that have been confirmed to work include the following:
Block – Mute a player
Help – Show a complete list of all available console commands in Humankind
Unblock – Unmute a player
Whisper – DM another player in the game
The following steps are used for Steam are used on Steam to unlock Console Commands:
Go to the game library and right-click on Humankind.
Go to Properties and then click on General Tab.
Go to Launch Options and add the following command in the input field: -enablemoddingtools.
Press ~ or relevant key to launch the cheat console.
Humankind Trainer and Cheats
Another way to use cheats in Humankind is via third-party trainers. WeMod's Humankind Trainer unlocks around 23 different cheats in the game. You can unlock some of the following: unlimited health, movement, you can set population, money, influence, era stars, and research points. You can download it Here.
Press F1 to activate Unlimited Movement.
Press F2 to activate Unlimited Health.
Press F3 to increase Influence and Shift +F3 Decrease Influence.
Press F4 to increase Money and Shift +F4 Decrease Money.
Press F5 to increase Research Points and Shift +F5 Decrease Research Points.
Press F6 to increase Era Stars and Shift +F5 Decrease Era Stars.
Press F7 to increase Population and Shift +F5 Decrease Population.
Likely the most anticipated 4X strategy game of the year, Humankind's launch day player count easily secured it a spot in the most played games on Steam. It also surpassed subgenre behemoth Civilization 6, which is no small feat.
Humankind's launch day player count reached a peak of 55,284 concurrent users, according to website Steam Database, which is far higher than Civilization 6's 37,173 players.
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