How to Use Cheats in Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third major game in the popular ARPG series from BioWare and EA. With a ton of quests and side activities to keep players busy, Dragon Age: Inquisition will keep players busy for quite some time. Of course, like many other PC titles, the game also has access to a number of cheats. In order to use cheats in Dragon Age: Inquisition, though, you’ll need to open up the console commands bar.
To do this, simply press the tilde (~) button on your keyboard when playing on PC. This will open up the console commands bar where you can then enter the cheats you want to use. Unfortunately, it’s worth noting here that the console commands that could be entered in the previous games this way on PC no longer work. Fortunately, we’ve got a complete list that does work for your convenience below.
Console Command Cheats for Dragon Age: Inquisition on PC
- RenderDevice.TrippleBufferingEnable 1 (Enables Triple-Buffering)
- RenderDevice.ForceRenderAheadLimit 2 (Force rendering only 2 frames ahead)
- Perfoverlay.DrawGraph 1 (Shows Performance Graph)
- Perfoverlay.DrawFPS 1 (Shows your FPS on-screen)
- Screenshot.Render (Takes a Screenshot)
If you want to be a bit more experimental with the game, you’ll want to look into installing a Cheat Engine or Trainer.
If you’re wanting to use cheats in Dragon Age: Inquisition on a console, you won’t have access to the console commands. Instead, you’ll need to use glitches and exploits to your benefit. Check out YouTube for a ton of tutorials on money, materials, and XP glitches.
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