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Core Keeper Cheats & Cheat Codes for Microsoft Windows

Promotional photo of Core Keeper.

Core Keeper Cheats & Cheat Codes for Microsoft Windows

Core Keeper is a survival sandbox game developed by Pugstorm and published by Fireshine Games. It was released on March 8, 2022, in early access and has similar mechanics to other sandbox explorer games like Minecraft, Terraria, and Roblox. Players can enjoy the new game on Microsoft Windows through Steam. It can be played as a single-player adventure or cooperatively with up to eight other players.

Players will initially watch a cutscene explaining the game’s backstory and introducing new characters. You encounter an essential biome, materials, items you can build, and game mechanics. But as with any game, does it have any cheat codes?

Core Keeper Premise

As with any procedural-generated sandbox, players aim to explore, survive, and find secrets hidden in the world. Players can craft weapons, food, tools, and even buildings. Players can use teleporters to explore vast portions of the map and visit new biomes. Each biome has new materials and enemies. If you die, you return to the central Core in the starting area. You can either spend time hunting monsters and taking down bosses or explore the world and build.

Core Keeper Main Characters

Core Keeper isn’t a typical first-person narrative with dozens of characters, instead there is a list of NPCs, enemies, bosses, and interactable allies. Here is a list of each category:

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Enemies

  • Orange Slime  
  • Red Slime  
  • Royal Slime  
  • Shrooman  
  • Caveling Skirmisher  
  • Caveling Spearman  
  • Cocoon  
  • Larva  
  • Big Larva  
  • Hive Larva  
  • Big Hive Larva  
  • Acid Larva  
  • Larva Hive Egg  
  • Caveling  
  • Caveling Shaman  
  • Caveling Brute  
  • Caveling Hunter
  • Caveling Gardener  
  • Purple Slime  
  • Snare Plant  
  • Infected Caveling  
  • Mold Tentacle  
  • Blue Slime  
  • Tentacle  
  • Bubble Crab  
  • Caveling Scholar  
  • Core Sentry  
  • Omoroth’s Tentacle  
  • Caveling Assassin  
  • Bomb Scarab  
  • Lava Slime  
  • Lava Butterfly

Bosses

  • Ghorm the Devourer
  • Azeos the Sky Titan
  • Ra-Akar the Sand Titan
  • Omoroth the Sea Titan
  • Glurch the Abominous Mass
  • The Hive Mother

Optional Bosses

  • Malugaz the Corrupted
  •  Awakened Azeos
  • King Slime
  • Igneous the Molten Mass
  • Haunted Hive Mother 
  •  Ivy the Poisonous Mass
  • Morpha the Aquatic Mass

Interactable NPCs

  • Bearded Merchant
  • Caveling Merchant
  • Fishing Merchant
  •  Seasonal Merchant

Core Keeper Titles in Series

There is only one game in the series so far, especially when it’s only in open access. But there have been events and DLC so far.

  • The Great Egg Hunt (Seasonal Event) – The game introduced hidden eggs for players to find and craft a Golden Egg item with hidden bonuses.
  • Sunken Sea (DLC) – Players will have the opportunity to explore a new ocean-based biome on the outskirts of the world. It comprises beaches and oceans and should be explored with boats.
  • Creepy Costume Party (Seasonal Event) – This involved a crossover event with Terraria and was the Halloween event.
  • The Desert of Beginnings (DLC) – This DLC introduced the desert biome, two new bosses, go-karts and bug-hunting.

Core Keeper Cheat Codes

Core Keeper doesn’t include any cheats embedded in the game, so you’ll have to download a Trainer to unlock cheat codes. As with any type of third-part program, you’re downloading the program at your own risk, so be careful of the website you use. WeMod is probably your safest bet. They go on to explain their function, “Get Core Keeper Trainers and cheats for Steam with the WeMod app. In Core Keeper you explore an endless cavern of creatures, relics, and resources in a mining sandbox adventure. Work together to mine resources, fight, farm, craft and survive. Cheat with our Core Keeper Trainer and more with the WeMod app!”

Here are the possible cheats you can unlock using the Trainer:

Player

  • Super Speed
  • Reveal Larger Area
  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Food
  • Improve Game Lighting
  • Easy Fishing
  • Easy Digging

Game

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  • 2x the graphic processing power of Quest 2 with the Snapdragon XR2 Gen 2
  • Mixed reality blends virtual elements and physical space
  • 4K+ Infinite display
  • 3D audio with enhanced clarity and bass
  • Touch Plus controllers deliver a more intuitive experience
  • Library of over 500 titles
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  • Easy Crafting

Inventory

  • Set Right Clicked Item Count
  • Set Selected Item 1
  • Set Selected Item 999
  • Unlimited Armor Durability
  • Unlimited Weapons Durability

Stats

  • Max Skills Level

Weapons

  • Super Damage

Currently, you can only max out skill sets for all skills; you can’t pick and choose a few depending on which ones you want to avoid. This would have allowed certain players to level up fishing if they wanted to avoid the grind while leveling up other skills they wished to partake.

Core Keeper Cheat Codes FAQ

Are there console commands for core keeper?

Absolutely, this allows testers, modders, and developers the ability to test the game. You can do quite a lot.

  • /give {itemName} [count] [variation]: Give yourself any item.
  • /give food {item1} + {item2} [count]: Give yourself any food.
  • /spawn {entityName} {x} {y} [variation]: Spawn any entity at position.
  • /placeTile {tileset} {tile type} {x} {y}: Place tile relative to your position.
    /placeTile {item name} {x} {y}: Place tile relative to your position.
  • /placeTileArea {tileset} {tile type} {sX} {sY} {eX} {eY}: Place tiles in area relative to your position.
    /placeTileArea {item name} {sX} {sY} {eX} {eY}: Place tiles in area relative to your position.
  • /removeTile {tile type} {x} {y}: Remove tile relative to your position.
    /removeTile {item name} {x} {y}: Remove tile relative to your position.
  • /removeTileArea {tile type} {sX} {sY} {eX} {eY}: Remove tiles in area relative to your position.
    /removeTileArea {item name} {sX} {sY} {eX} {eY}: Remove tiles in area relative to your position.
  • /remove {objectID} [all|slow]: Remove closest matching entity from world.
  • /repeat {times} {command name} [command parameters]: Repeat any valid command
  • /clearInv: Clear the player inventory.
  • /heal [amount]: Use to fully heal player.
  • /feed [amount]: Use to fully feed player.
  • /maxSkills: Max out all skills.
  • /resetSkills: Reset all skills to 0.
  • /setSkill {skillName} {level}: Set the given skill to the given level (0-100).
  • /kill: Kill the player.
  • /invincible: Toggle the player’s invincibility.
  • /passive Toggle enemy AI passive behavior.
  • /noclip Move freely without physical limitations. Variations:
    /noclip Toggle noclip state
    /noclip speed {multilplier} Set noclip movement speed
  • /setReveal {radius} Set you character map reveal radius. Also enables seeing through walls.
  • /hide <target> [state] Hide User Interface, Inventory and Player visual elements. Possible targets: player, ui, inventory

How do I get Core Keeper mods?

You’ll need to download a Trainer to use third-party commands and cheats for the game. There are no cheat codes embedded in the original game. You can surf the internet for choices, but we recommend WeMod. You’re downloading a third-part program, so be careful of the risks.

What is the best item in Core Keeper?

This is up to personal preference and debate, but many believe the Scarlet Armor pieces as the best in the game. The set piece gives bonuses to critical hit chance making it much more of an offensive set. It’s also one of the most complex sets to come by, as you’ll need a Scarlet Anvil and lots of Scarlet Bars.

How long does Core Keeper take to complete?

Based on data from How Long to Beat, players have multiple avenues to enjoy the game, and it should also be noted, the game is meant to be endless. There are certain objectives people consider “beating the game,” so that’s what is used to measure the time spent playing.

Single-PlayerPolledAverageMedianRushedLeisure
Main Story1225h 59m18h 57m14h 34m61h 14m
Main + Extras694h 40m33h 35m45h 33m232h 3m
Completionist3306h 20m238h176h 35m436h 5m
All PlayStyles2185h 39m30h 30m32h 22m329h 2m

This is like any Minecraft playthrough. You have a set time limit if your goal is to get to the Nether and defeat the Dragon. At the same time, others have played the same server for a decade.

Where to play Core Keeper?

As of right now, Core Keeper has one playable platform on Microsoft Windows through Steam. At the moment, the game is currently 20% off and only $12.79. If you ever wanted to play, now is the time. It’s a great game for those that love Stardew Valley or Minecraft.

Is Core Keeper in early access?

Yes, the game was released in early access and is still in the same development cycle. Pugstorm released a statement n the early access status:

“We’ve always wanted to bring players into the world of Core Keeper early to help shape the game and make the best experience possible. We know that listening to players during development will help make Core Keeper an even better game, and plan to add new content, test new features, listen to player feedback, and refine the game experience throughout Early Access.”

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  • 2x the graphic processing power of Quest 2 with the Snapdragon XR2 Gen 2
  • Mixed reality blends virtual elements and physical space
  • 4K+ Infinite display
  • 3D audio with enhanced clarity and bass
  • Touch Plus controllers deliver a more intuitive experience
  • Library of over 500 titles
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