Bat files are text files that contain a list of console commands that can be executed in Fallout 3. They can be used to cheat, modify the game, or perform various actions without typing them manually. In this article, we will show you how to create and use bat files in Fallout 3.
Creating a Bat File
To create a bat file, you will need a text editor such as Notepad. You can name your bat file anything you want, but it must have the .txt extension. For example, you can name it cheat.txt or max.txt. In your text editor, you can write any console commands that you want to execute in Fallout 3. Each command should be on a separate line. For example, if you want to create a bat file that gives you max level, stats and all perks, you can write something like this:
player.setav strength 10
player.setav perception 10
player.setav endurance 10
player.setav charisma 10
player.setav intelligence 10
player.setav agility 10
player.setav luck 10
player.modav actionpoints 1000
player.modav carryweight 1000
player.modav health 1000
player.forceav damageresist 1000
You can find a list of console commands and perk codes on the Fallout Wiki or other online sources. You can also use commands that affect the game world, such as tgm (toggle god mode), tcl (toggle collision), or killall (kill all enemies). Be careful with some commands, as they may cause bugs or glitches.
Using a Bat File
To use a bat file, you will need to place it in your Fallout 3 main directory, where the FalloutLauncher.exe is located. This is usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 3\. Do not place it in the Data folder or any subfolders.
Once you have placed your bat file in the main directory, you can launch Fallout 3 and load your save game. Then, open the console by pressing the tilde key (~) and type bat followed by the name of your bat file without the .txt extension. For example, if your bat file is named cheat.txt, you would type bat cheat. Then press enter and the commands in your bat file will be executed.
You can use multiple bat files for different purposes, but make sure they do not conflict with each other. For example, if you have a bat file that gives you all perks and another one that removes all perks, using both of them will cancel each other out. You can also edit your bat files at any time by opening them with a text editor.
Examples of Bat Files
There are many bat files that have been created by other players and modders for Fallout 3. You can find them on sites like Nexus Mods or Fallout 3 Nexus. Some examples are:
Max character bat file cheat: This bat file gives you max level, stats and all perks related to leveling. There are four variants: Male - No DLC, Female - No DLC, Male - Broken Steel, and Female - Broken Steel.
Simple Batch Cheat File: This bat file enables god mode, increases jump height, and removes scope sway. It works with either Fallout 3 or Fallout New Vegas.
All Base Game Ammo Batch File: This bat file adds all base game ammo to your inventory, including a few types of grenades. You receive 10,000 of each ammo originally, but you can edit the text document to be whatever number.
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