How do you change speed in Fallout 4?

player. setav speedmult [value] – change the value setting to increase your character’s movement speed all the way up to completely impractical. setscale [1 – 10] – increases the size of your character.

How do you use the SLM in Fallout 4?

Tip: Typing “SLM” followed by your companions Reference ID in the console lets you see your character’s current appearance or change to a different preset face. Hit tilde key (~) again. And you’re now outside your body, able to view yourself, or switch faces with the controllers.

How do you use Looksmenu in Fallout 4?

Quick Setup

  1. Install CBBE and Bodyslide – make sure you install all Vanilla Armors.
  2. Open Bodyslide and Select CBBE Body.
  3. Select any Preset (or not) and adjust the sliders as you wish.
  4. Click “Group Filter” and check everything. …
  5. Click Batch Build and resolve any conflicts.

Why is Fallout 4 running so fast?

These issues can be caused by your video card outputting an excess of 60 frames per second, having mods, or your computer’s video card drivers being out of date which can result in the game moving too fast or too slow.

What is the default speed multiplier in Fallout 4?

(100 is default). using setav for the speed has never messed my game up. do the same for jump height.

How do you change NPC’s hair in Fallout 4?

Just shoot an NPC with their respective weapon and the mod will randomly select 1 of the 292 Female, 78 Male, or 42 Facial hairstyles available and presto, New Hair For You!

How do I change curies hair in Fallout 4?

How to alter Curie:

  1. Open the console.
  2. type player. placeatme 1647c6 .
  3. Click the clone you have spawned and type tai. Note its RefID.
  4. type showlooksmenu *RefID*
  5. Once done, disable the clone you have edited by clicking and typing disable .
  6. Now go back to the original Curie and type showlooksmenu 1647c6.

Can you rename companions in Fallout 4?

If you want to rename them permanently, I’d suggest to use the Creation kit, that’s one string to edit and you’re done. Originally posted by Chaosium: If you want to rename them permanently, I’d suggest to use the Creation kit, that’s one string to edit and you’re done.

How do you get Showracemenu in Fallout 4?

  1. Scroll with your mouse wheel to 3rd person view.
  2. Open console.
  3. Type “showlooksmenu player 1”
  4. Enter to body mode.
  5. Confirm body and exit.
  6. Now you see standard view of face-editing.

How do you change an NPC’s appearance in Fallout 4?


  1. Open Console.
  2. Type SLM (and those numbers, you should be able to ignore any 0’s at the beginning but I recommend just doing the whole number.
  3. This should put you in the Character Customization screen.
  4. Can’t recall if you need to disable and enable character.

How far do you Follow your companions in Fallout 4?

In the vanilla version of the “followplayer” package found in Fallout4.esm, the short follow distance is ranged from 150-300; I changed that to 100-200. Medium distance was 300-600, mine changes that to 250-300; long distance was a whopping 600-1000…this was the reason companions were always lagging so far behind and took forever to keep up.

Is there a console command to reduce the player’s moving speed?

This is a simple console command which will reduce the player’s moving speed by about 30%, which (for me) makes movement much more natural and gives actual weight to your character, without dragging the player down too much.

Is there a mod that alters walk speed?

What mod is it that you mentioned that alters walk speed with other gameplay changes? Try crouched running. You’ll move slower than running but faster than walking. You won’t set off near as many traps.

Is Fallout 4 making you feel motion sickness?

Bethesda for Fallout 4. Fallout 4’s Vanilla running speed is extremely fast by default for me, giving me extreme motion sickness while playing, besides making areas and general exploration feel smaller, with how fast your character is moving and even decreasing FPS due to how quickly the game is forced to load objects and terrain.