KOTOR I and KOTOR II Cheats


Below is a searchable list of all KOTOR cheats and KOTOR 2 cheats, working for the latest version of the games on PC and Mac (Steam and non-Steam versions of the game). Unfortunately, as console commands are only available on desktop editions of the game, these cheat codes will not work on the XBOX or Android editions of Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic.

The console in both editions of KOTOR can be enabled by adding the line EnableCheats=1 to the swkotor.ini (KOTOR I) or swkotor2.ini (KOTOR II) file. If you are having trouble opening or enabling the console, view our comprehesive guide by clicking the button below:

How to Enable and Open the KOTOR Console

After having enabled the console it can be opened by pressing the ~ (tilde) or ` (grave) keys on your keyboard. In KOTOR II, the console is invisible - pressing the console hotkey will still open the console, but you cannot see it (so press the console button, type a cheat, and hit ENTER to send a command, even though it might seem like you aren't typing into a console window). If those hotkeys aren't opening the console for you, click the button above this paragraph to view our in-depth guide on using the console.


KOTOR Item Codes KOTOR Warp Codes

Click the "Table View" and "Card View" buttons to change how commands are displayed. Visit a command's info page to find more documentation and working examples by clicking on its name. Type the name of a command into the search box below to instantly search our complete database of 37 cheats from both KOTOR I and KOTOR II.

Name Syntax Description
heal heal This command refills all of your health and force points (to full).
giveitem giveitem [item code] This command adds the item with the specified item ID to your inventory. See https://commands.gg/kotor/items for a list of all item codes.
warp warp [warp code] This command warps your character to the specified location. See command page for a list of all warp codes.
setcomputeruse setcomputeruse [level] This command sets your character's Computer Use skill to the specified level.
setdemolitions setdemolitions [level] This command sets your character's Demolitions skill to the specified level.
setstealth setstealth [level] This command sets your character's Stealth skill to the specified level.
setawareness setawareness [level] This command sets your character's Awareness skill to the specified level.
setpursuade setpursuade This command sets your character's Persuation skill to the specified level.
setrepair setrepair [level] This command sets your character's Repair skill to the specified level.
setsecurity setsecurity [level] This command sets your character's Security skill to the specified level.
settreatinjury settreatinjury [level] This command sets your character's Treat Injury skill to the specified level.
setstrength setstrength [level] This command sets your character's Strength skill to the specified level.
setdexterity setdexterity [level] This command sets your character's Dexterity skill to the specified level.
setconstitution setconstitution [level] This command sets your character's Constituion skill to the specified level.
setintelligence setintelligence [level] This command sets your character's Intelligence skill to the specified level.
setwisdom setwisdom [level] This command sets your character's Wisdom skill to the specified level.
setcharisma setcharisma [level] This command sets your character's Charisma skill to the specified level.
addexp addexp [amount] This command adds the specified amount of experience to your character. Unlike the set commands, this command adds the amount you specify to your existing experience (addexp 10 would add 10 experience, not set your experience to 10).
addlightside addlightside [amount] This command has two different functions. If you do not specify an amount of light side points to add, it will give you the maximum possible amount of light side points. If you specify an amount of light side points to add, it will add that amount to your existing amount of light side points.
adddarkside adddarkside [amount] This command has two different functions. If you do not specify an amount of dark side points to add, it will give you the maximum possible amount of dark side points. If you specify an amount of dark side points to add, it will add that amount to your existing amount of dark side points.
revealmap revealmap This command completely reveals the map of the area your are currently in (all hidden areas are shown/unlocked).
givecredits givecredits [amount] This command gives you the specified amount of credits.
givemed givemed This command gives your character 100 med kits.
giverepair giverepair This command gives your character 100 advanced repair kits.
givecomspikes givecomspikes This command gives your character 100 computer spikes.
givesecspikes givesecspikes This command gives your character 100 security spikes.
givesitharmour givesitharmour This command gives your character 100 armor.
giveparts giveparts This command will give your character 100 repair parts.
infiniteuses infiniteuses This command will enable and disable (toggle) the infinite uses cheat. With the infinite uses cheat enabled, limited use items will not expire.
invulnerability invulnerability This command enables and disables (toggles) god mode for your character. In god mode, you are invincible and do not take any damage - as a result of this, you also cannot die when in god mode.
bright bright This command enables and disables (toggles) full brightness. With full brightness enabled, every location in the game has maximum brightness, so all dark areas will be light.
turbo turbo This command enables and disables (toggles) turbo mode. In turbo mode, characters move at 3x their usual speed - things will seem as if they have been fast-forwarded.
addlevel addlevel This command adds the "needed" amount of experience to your current experience level (i.e. leveling you up).
restartminigame restartminigame This command restarts your current minigame, provided you are in one when you run the command.
whereami whereami This command works in both versions of the game, but as there is no visible console in KOTOR 2, it only has a use in KOTOR 1. It will print your current coordinates to the console.
dancedancemalak dancedancemalak You need to run this command just before you enter KOTOR 1's final battle for it to have an effect. It will turn Malak into a dancing Twi'Lek at the final battle - an.. alternate ending for sure.
dance_dance_revan dance_dance_revan Just like the dancedancemalak command in KOTOR 1, this command should be ran just before the final battle in KOTOR 2. It will turn Revan into a dancing Twi'lek.