Doom Eternal is a love letter to classic first-person shooters in many ways, but one of the most significant homages to the good old days of gaming is the unabashed inclusion of several cheat codes. These cheat codes do everything you would expect them to, from unlocking weapons and items to providing health and armor boosts. You can’t just enter a code and get the corresponding cheat though. These cheats have to be earned. Cheat codes are just one of Doom Eternal’s many types of collectibles, and you’ll come across many different cheats as you rip and tear your way through the demonic hordes.
Once you find a cheat code, you can activate it at the mission select screen in the Fortress of Doom. It’s worth noting that you can only activate cheats on a mission you’ve already finished once, so you can’t use them to blast through a new mission. Other than that, though, there aren’t any other restrictions. You can have as many cheats active as you like, letting you raze Hell any way you choose.
These are all the cheat codes in Doom Eternal.
Doom Eternal Cheat Codes
- Activate All Cheats – Enables or disables all cheat codes
- Infinite Extra Lives – Gives infinite extra lives
- IDDQD – Grants active Sentinel Armor for the entire mission
- Instant Stagger Mode – Bullets, projectiles, flame belch, and dashes all stagger enemies in one hit except unique bosses
- All Runes – Unlocks all Runes
- IDKFA – All weapons are unlocked and mastered and all equipment is unlocked
- Famine Mode – Enemies no longer drop armor or health
- Infinite Ammo – Gives infinite ammo
- Powerup Mode: Onslaught – Infinite Onslaught powerup is granted for the entire mission
- Powerup Mode: Berserk – Infinite Berserk powerup is granted for the entire mission
- Powerup Mode: Overdrive – Infinite Overdrive powerup is granted for the entire mission
- Silver Bullet Mode – Staggered enemies die in one hit from projectiles, explosions, flame belch, or dashing
- Fully Upgraded Suit – Unlocks all Praetor Suit upgrades
- Party Mode – Enemies burst into confetti on full body gib, lower body gib, upper body gib, limb loss, and fatal headshots
- QuakeCon Mode – An invisible audience cheers for you based on your in-game performance
- This article was updated on:March 19th, 2020