How To Fix Starfield NoClip Command & Controls and Can It Fix Bugs

Starfield NoClip cheat allows players to fly through walls and objects. Among other Starfield console commands this cheat can also help you disable collision or fix some quest bugs.

In this guide, we have explained how to use the NoClip command, how to control it, and what to do if the NoClip command doesn’t work.

How To Use No Clip Command in Starfield

To enable NoClip in Starfield, you need to use the ‘tcl’ Command in the Console Menu. Here’s how you can open up the Console and enter the cheat:

  • Press the Tilde (~) key to open up the Console.
  • After that, write the ‘tcl’ command and hit enter.
  • Now, a message saying Collision -> Off should pop up.
  • You have now successfully enabled the NoClip cheat.

Note: Using NoClip mode will disable achievements for your playthrough.

When you activate the NoClip cheat in Starfield, it’s important to note that you won’t be able to jump or crouch anymore.

What Are The NoClip Command Controls

When you’re floating around with the NoClip cheat turned on in Starfield, moving forward, backward, strafing left, and strafing right will use the same controls as usual. However, you won’t be able to jump or crouch anymore.

To move upward or downward, you’ll need to adjust your view by looking upward or downward before moving forward or backward. This way, you can control your vertical movement while using the NoClip cheat.

How To Turn NoClip Off

To turn off the NoClip cheat in Starfield, simply follow the same steps as before:

  1. Open the console.
  2. Enter the command “tcl.”
  3. The console will confirm by outputting the message: “Collision -> On.”

One important thing to be aware of is not to save the game while you’re in mid-air with NoClip enabled. If you load this save without NoClip turned on, you will fall and take damage. So, exercise caution when saving your game while using this cheat.

How To Fix Starfield NoClip Command Not Working

If you encounter a bug where the “tcl” command doesn’t work in Starfield, you can try this workaround:

  1. Quit the game to return to the title screen.
  2. Reload your save.

This should fix the issue, allowing you to use the “tcl” command as intended.