Death Road to Canada – Cheat Codes (Console Commands)

Death Road to Canada – Cheat Codes (Console Commands)

Hard work: if it is not for you, there are always cheats. We will show you some cheats for the Death Road to Canada that will make the game easier!

How to Enable Console

To activate console, add the line 1 console! under the line : debugcheck DEBUG_BUILD console! ; debugcheck in boot.df file, which you can find here:

  • Steam\steamapps\common\DeathRoadToCanada\deathforth\boot.df

Press ~ [Tilde] key to open console.

Console Commands

  • vl WEAPON_ – Dump weapons.
  • foo .drift – Spawn in the middle of the room, only works with defined weapons.
  • regiondef{ traderhere } – Spawn a trader.
  • regiondef{ traderinside } – Spawn a trader in the center of the room.
  • road{ foo } – General event summon, usable with e.g. special characters or common events.
  • road{ tradeevent } – Start a trade camp event (you can call this in script too).
  • road{ X to road-trip-days } – Set road trip days.
  • road{ 15 to road-trip-days tradeevent } – Final camp.
  • roomgen{ X .zombspawn } – Spawn X zombies.
  • vl zomb, vl skel – Dump something?
  • char-gen to recruitee recruited – Quick road recruit.
  • X trunk-foo+ – Add to trunk.
  • X LOOT_FOO pchar .lootamt! – Add to character.
  • pchar .SPECCHARify – Turns your character into a special character.
  • gstats{ X zombop+! } – Adds X amount of Zombo Points.
  • mission{ siege-over } – Ends any siege early.
  • pchar X add-bullet/rifle/shell – Adds X amount of pistol/rifle/shotgun ammo to a char’s inventory.
  • X pchar .STAT! – Adds X amount of points to a specified stat (ex: .health!, .dexterity!)

Item IDs

  • 6 – Blowtorch
  • 7 – Chainsaw
  • 8 – Baseball Bat
  • 9 – Nailboard
  • 10- Wrench
  • 11- Sledgehammer
  • 12- Kitchenknife
  • 13- Meatcleaver
  • 14- Spatula
  • 15- Hatchet
  • 16- Cowboy Rifle
  • 17- Hunting Rifle
  • 18 – Shotgun
  • 19 – Autoshotgun
  • 20 – Slug Shotgun
  • 21 – Big Dawg (Shotgun)
  • 22 – Dolt 45 Pistol
  • 23 – Pistol
  • 24 – Snubnose Pistol
  • 25 – Uzi (Pistol)
  • 26 – Ak
  • 27 – Cane
  • 28 – Frying Pan
  • 29 – Otaku Katana
  • 30 – Peice Of Woof
  • 31 – Crowbar
  • 32 – Nightstick
  • 33 – Cricket Bat
  • 34 – Aluminium Bat
  • 35 – Femur
  • 36 – Golf Club
  • 37 – Medievil Axe
  • 38 – Strong Katana
  • 39 – Knight Sword
  • 40 – Claymore
  • 41 – Zweihander
  • 42 – Fire Axe
  • 43 – Umbrella
  • 44 – Beach Umbrella
  • 45 – Hocket Stick
  • 46 – Xtreme Hocket Stick
  • 47 – Mountie Hocket Stick
  • 48 – Cardboard Tube
  • 49 – Pitchfork
  • 50 – Shovel
  • 51 – Tree Branch
  • 52 – Metal Pipe
  • 53 – Rusty Machete
  • 54 – Sturdy Machete
  • 55 – Parking Meter
  • 56 – Lovely Wand
  • 57 – Rapier
  • 58 – Toy Hammer
  • 59 – Gauntlet
  • 60 – Punchquest Gauntlet
  • 61 – Boxing Glove
  • 62 – Uppercut (Boxing Glove)
  • 63 – Morning Star
  • 64 – Pool1
  • 65 – Pool2(Looks Like Foam Pool Toys)
  • 66 – Debutante Umbrella
  • 67 – Mason’s Machete
  • 68 – Rambeux Knife
  • 69 – Minigun
  • 70 – Ridiculous Pistol
  • 71 – Vlambeer Shotgun
  • 72 – Ninja Katana
  • 73 – Take This (Sword)
  • 74 – White Sword
  • 75 – M#Ster Sword (Not A Typo)
  • 76 – Grenade
  • 77 – Pipe Bomb
  • 78 – Lnk Bomb
  • 79 – Bottle
  • 80 – Kunai
  • 81 – Shuriken
  • 82 – Smoke Bomb
  • 83 – Wooden Boomerang
  • 84 – Metal Boomerage
  • 85 – Wind Shuriken
  • 86 – Mjollin’er
  • 87 – Flamethrower
  • 88 – Molotov
  • 89 – Zombie Leg
  • 90 – Spine
  • 91 – Spine With Skull Accesory
  • 92 – Re-Bar
  • 93 – Devil Fork
  • 94 – Broom
  • 95 – Mop
  • 96 – Ultra-Mop
  • 97 – Fishing Pole
  • 98 – Ridiculous Fishing Pole
  • 99 – Electric Guitar
  • 100 – Antlers
  • 101 – Raygun
  • 102 – 2×4
  • 103 – Flashlight
  • 104 – Pokin
  • 105 – Ehzerbeam
  • 106 – Fierceclaws
  • 107 – Mason’s Chainsaw
  • 108 – Killfu
  • 109 – Hammer
  • 110 – Ballpeen Hammer

Unlimited Life’s Cheat

Just exit the game via window button_Right click DRTC tab_close it. And it auto saves the last inbetween segment of game. So when you load, it takes you right back were you were before you died.

Tips & Tricks

  • Set your team’s AI to “Fightin'” mode so they actually contribute in a fight. Otherwise they’ll only attack if a zombie happens to wander into their path.
  • Create a lot of custom characters with your own choice of traits and perks as they will go on to populate the recruit pool. Some game modes will even only draw from this pool.
  • If a location takes place around night time, carry a flashlight on the character you’re controlling. You don’t have to have it equipped, just having in your inventory gives you some light source. If you give the flashlight to an AI controlled character, they tend to do stupid stuff like equipping it as their weapon and inevitably breaking it. You can also find or buy a better, unbreakable flashlight that can be used as a weapon.
  • The game is not being facetious when they say throwing furniture is a valid strategy because it will let you knock down a row of zombies, often killing a few outright with multiple hits.
  • Strength is pretty key as it affects attack rate and damage of melee, which will be your bread and butter attack mode for most of the game. An amount of Fitness is also important but I tend to prioritize Strength upgrades when I can.
  • Shooting is a good alternative for characters with low Strength and Fitness or during Sieges, when you need to keep attacking even if fatigued.
  • Maxed out Medical will let you heal even if you run out of medical supplies.
  • Maxed out Mechanical will let you infinitely repair your car.
  • A very good custom character that I always use for my buddy slot is one with Civilized and Surgeon. He’ll be one upgrade away from maxing out Medical, will do a decent job at Mechanical, and will excel at social events. He can even use charm with traders to get free stat and skill upgrades. You basically get a lot of utility at the trade-off of combat effectiveness.
  • Some fairly common weapons in the game are unbreakable, so if you find one you like, you can carry it without worrying about backups. Hammers, wrenches, tire irons, frying pans, and pipes are common ones.

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