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Console Commands in Satisfactory can be used to access options that cannot be found in the game’s settings. Some of these include enabling an FPS counter, max framerate, FOV, etc. These commands, however, cannot spawn items as seen in titles like Scrap Mechanic, ARK Genesis, etc. In this Satisfactory guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about enabling console and all the different console commands for you to use. Satisfactory Console Commands In order to enable the console menu, you need to press Ctrl + Shift + L at the same time. Once activated, which does not have any in-game indication, press ~ key on your keyboard to bring up the console menu. Do note that you may have to change the layout of your keyboard to English – UK if it is not working for you. Lastly, note that the effects of console commands are removed after…

Miners in Satisfactory can be placed on resource nodes in order to extract solid resources. There are a total of four types of Miners in the game: Miner Mk.1, Miner Mk.2, Miner Mk.3, and Portable Miner. In this Satisfactory guide, we will walk you through everything you need to know about how the Portable Miners work and crafting them. Satisfactory Portable Miners In order to use the Portable Miners in the game, you must hold them in the hand slot and then place them on top of a resource node. It is entirely possible to place multiple Portable Miners in an area, provided that you have got enough space. To craft a Portable Miner, you need to complete the Tier 0 Milestone – Hub Upgrade 1 and then do so at the Equipment Workshop. Crafting it requires you to have 2x Iron Plate and 2x Iron Rod. It is important…

One of the main resources in Satisfactory is Power Slugs. How to find yellow and purple Power Slugs in Satisfactory will be discussed in this guide. The process is pretty simple so farming Power Slugs in Satisfactory is easy. Power Slugs are used to create Power Shards, a resource used for overclocking your production line for increased productivity. There are three types of Power Plugs in Satisfactory – Yellow Power Plugs, Green Power Plugs, and Purple Power Plugs. The green ones the most common type of plugs and are usually found easily around the map. They often spawn on trees etc. Yellow Power Plugs are a bit rarer and spawn in hard to reach places that may require jetpacks and ladders. Purple Power Plugs are the rarest and they spawn on really hard to reach places. Power Slugs appear in the open world but there are only a limited number…

The popular Satisfactory has released on Steam Early Access. Those new to the game would want to understand how the building systems work and what the best base locations are. We can give you a few tips to figure out the best location for Satisfactory bases but the right location will always depend on your own preference. The first thing you need to consider is what resources are nearby. Place your HUB next to a location where there are large Iron Deposits. Iron Deposits is a resource you’ll be using a lot in Satisfactory. Your HUB comes with a table that allows you to create various objects of use. The closer you are to Iron Deposit the less time you’ll be spending moving between the base location and Iron  Deposits. You can always dismantle your HUB and place it wherever you want. The rest of your buildings should be placed…