Atlas Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Atlas RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network 11 Best Atlas Mods for Survival Enthusiasts https://www.gameskinny.com/cpats/11-best-atlas-mods-for-survival-enthusiasts https://www.gameskinny.com/cpats/11-best-atlas-mods-for-survival-enthusiasts Tue, 22 Jan 2019 12:47:20 -0500 Sergey_3847

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Desert Cloth Armor

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The map of Atlas has a variety of biomes that range from very hot to very cold. Usually, players don't even dare enter the more extreme biomes due to the high risk of dying. 

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But if you are curious and still want to explore the hottest areas of Atlas, then this mod can help you out. Desert Cloth Armor allows you to craft a custom made armor set that will help your character survive extremely hot temperatures.

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It can be learned in the Armory skill tree (Basics of Armor), and the armor itself can be crafted using Silk and Hide.

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These mods should help you adjust Atlas's gameplay to your preferences. Be sure to check back soon for other Atlas guides here at GameSkinny.

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Atlas Join Control

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Many players are not happy with the toxicity of the official servers in Atlas. That is why many survival enthusiasts are creating their own private servers, which allow them to run things the way that they like it.

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Unfortunately, the game doesn't regulate the permissions of who can or cannot enter these unofficial servers, so it can get a bit messy for server admins. The solution to this comes in the form of the Atlas Join Control mod, which allows admins to grant or block a player's ability to enter their server.

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If you are well versed in the JSON data formatting, then this mod may become your best friend when it comes to administrating a private server in Atlas.

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Download Mod

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JP's Tweaks

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Sometimes you don't have to change much to improve a game significantly, and this little mod adds just a few small but very important tweaks:

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  • Adds tools, weapons, and armor that don't use the hotbar
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  • Makes repair times 50% of initial craft times
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  • Adds additional skills that cost 0 points and require their vanilla counterparts before they can be learned
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This shortlist of changes will save you time on otherwise unnecessary actions. And on top of that, the creator of the mod will also add item stacks and storage boxes with more slots in future updates.

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TnM Gaming Server Mod Pack

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If you're playing on the TnM Gaming servers, then you can use this mod pack to have your pirate crew perform repair work — something that is, unfortunately, not available in the vanilla version of the game.

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Here are all the details about the TnM Gaming Server Mod Pack:

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  • Your pirate crew will be able to repair sails, decks, and other structures
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  • Repair work can only be activated while the ship is anchored
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  • The crew repairs one strucuture piece every 60 seconds per crew member
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  • All the repair work is free except for planks that cost resources from the resource ship box
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If you've been looking for a better repair mod, then be sure to subscribe to TnM Gaming servers.

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Tamable Alphas

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Taming wild animals is a challenging task in Atlas, and if you aren't prepared well, then you can get easily overpowered by them. Some of the most powerful animals in the game are alpha animals, and taming them is not possible due to their strength and weight.

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Fortunately, the Tamable Alphas mod allows you to tame alpha animals by reducing their weight.

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Currently, only one animal is tamable with this mod, the alpha bear. However, more alphas will be available in the future, so keep your eyes peeled for updates.

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Lemon Age

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One of the most realistic, and potentially frustrating, features of Atlas is the aging system. That is, players don't live forever in the game, but instead they gradually become older and may even die from old age.

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This can become a great obstacle for players who've invested a lot of time in the game, as they can lose everything they've been working on simply to aging. So, here's a mod that fixes this little nuisance: the Lemon Age mod.

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With this mod, you will get a craftable item, under the Alchemy skill, that is capable of reducing your character's age by 15 years for just 250 gold coins.

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Just imagine if you could do that in real life.

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Weapon Crossbow

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There are plenty of fine melee and ranged weapons in Atlas, but what about a crossbow? Well, now you will be able to craft one using this modded recipe.

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Furthermore, Weapon Crossbow allows you to not only craft the crossbow itself, but also four different types of arrows:

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  • Stone arrows
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  • Metal arrows
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  • Flame stone arrows
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  • Flame metal arrows
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Threat Zone Structures

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Every Atlas player knows how important it is to build a proper base that is able to hold off raids and other threats, such as wild animals. That is why mod creators on the Threat Zone server made this pack, which allows players to quickly and efficiently build well-protected structures.

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This mod allows players to create structures without any collisions from walls, ceilings, floors, and roofs. It also includes elevators that are far more effective than the vanilla ones in terms of carry weight capacity and speed.

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In the future, the mod will be upgraded with better lanterns that don't require an upkeep, a removal tool, and even more ready-made structures.

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Custom Item Stacks

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In service of realism, survival game developers often limit the amount of items a player can carry at once. This doesn't make the life of players very easy though, and some may wish to use so-called stacking mods in order to carry way more items than allowed by the vanilla game.

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The Custom Item Stacks mod for Atlas does exactly that, and it allows you to carry so much more than you would usually be able to. The best part about Custom Item Stacks is that you will preserve all of the items you have collected even if you decide to delete the mod.

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Peachy Atlas Furniture

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Here's a sweet little mod for all the roleplaying enthusiasts. 

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Peachy Atlas Furniture adds a fair number of pieces of furniture that fit the time period in which Atlas is set. There is no exact year given to the events of the game, but it would be safe to assume that we're talking about the Medieval period here.

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The mod adds a Peachy Furniture Bench to the game, which allows players to craft one of the following items: 

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  • Bunk Bed
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  • Double Bed
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  • Single Bed
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  • King Size Bed
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  • Bench
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  • Dining Chair
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  • Arm Chair
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  • Dresser
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  • Large Dresser
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  • Large Shelf
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  • Small Shelf
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  • Bookshelf Large
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  • Bookshelf Small
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  • Sofa
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  • Stool
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  • Table
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  • Round Table
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  • Dining Table
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  • End Table
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  • Red Throne
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Automated Atlas

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Are you tired of repeating the same actions over and over again? Then, how about using a mod that can do all of the mundane tasks for you while you and your company focus on the fun stuff?

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The Automated Atlas mod currently offers two services: AA Collector and AA OCD Resource Box. The first one can automatically pick up items off the ground so that you don't have to waste time on each and every stick and stone. The other one collects items from nearby creatures.

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Additionally, the creators of the mod have promised to bring even more automated services to the game, including Ammo Box, Building Helper, Crop Automation, Egg Collecting, Air Conditioning, and many others.

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After a series of delays and an incredibly difficult launch of the new pirate-themed MMO Atlas, Studio Wildcard has announced the availability of the devkit that allows all players to create their own mods for the game.

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This news was well received by true fans of the game, and they immediately started adding their own content to Atlas. This signifies a new period for all involved, as the game will now operate in a slightly different fashion.

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If you want to try out all the best mods for Atlas, then you need to have a valid Steam account, a purchased copy of a game, and a subscription to a server that distributes mods. So check them out, and be sure to leave your feedback in the comments section below.

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Console and Admin Commands List for Atlas https://www.gameskinny.com/2smxf/console-and-admin-commands-list-for-atlas https://www.gameskinny.com/2smxf/console-and-admin-commands-list-for-atlas Mon, 21 Jan 2019 09:28:51 -0500 Sergey_3847

Playing Atlas without a little bit of cheating can be really hard. That's why the developer left the option for players to activate console and admin commands within the game through a special cheat menu.

Since Atlas was developed by the same team that created Ark: Survival Evolved, many of the console commands are the same. So if you are familiar with those commands from Ark, you can safely use them in Atlas, too.

How to Activate Console Commands in Atlas

There are two ways how you can activate console commands in Atlas. One involves you being logged in as an admin, and the other one can let you use commands without being an administrator.

Method 1: Log In as Admin
  1. Log in to the game as an administrator using your admin log-in and password.
  2. Press Tab key to open the console
  3. Type in "enablecheats [password]"
  4. Press Enter
Method 2: Use Your Steam ID
  1. Go to "Steam\steamapps\common\ARK\ShooterGame\Saved\" directory
  2. Create a text file titled "AllowedCheaterSteamIDs"
  3. Inside the text file list all Steam IDs you wish to be able to use console commands in Atlas
  4. Save and exit

Console and Admin Commands List for Atlas

Items
  • cheat gfi Bola 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi Sugarcane 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi saddlegeneric_tier2 1 0 0
  • cheat spawnbrig
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_GoldCoin 1 0 0
Resources
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Cactus_Seed 1 0 0  
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Beans 1 0 0  
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Beet 1 0 0  
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Cactus 1 0 0  
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Carrot 1 0 0  
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_ChickPeas 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Chilli 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_EdibleGreens 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Maize 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Onion 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Pepper 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Rice 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Turnip 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Vegetable_Wheat 1 0 0  
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Bandage 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_Anthracite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_BASE 1 0 0 
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_Graphite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_Lignite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_Nitre 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_Peat 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coal_Sulfur 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coral_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coral_Brain 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Coral_Fire 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_Amethyst 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_Calcite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_Herkimer 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_Pearl 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_Quartz 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Crystal_Tellurite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Bamboo 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Cotton 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Hemp 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Jute 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Seaweed 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Silk 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Fibers_Straw 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Agate 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Basalt 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Base 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Chalcedony 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Chert 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Obsidian 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Flint_Radiolarite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Base 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Diamond 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Emerald 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Garnet 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Opal 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Ruby 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gem_Sunstone 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Base 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Fur 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Hair 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Leather 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Pelt 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Skin 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Hide_Wool 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Base 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Bone 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Carapace 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Chitin 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Residue 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Scale 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Keratinoid_Shell 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_MagicMarrow 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_Cobalt 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_Copper 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_Iridium 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_Iron 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_Silver 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Metal_Tin 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_Blubber 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_Crude 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_Fish 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_MineralOil 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_Naptha 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Oil_Olive 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Preservative_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Preservative_FlakeSalt 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Preservative_RockSalt 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Preservative_SeaSalt 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Salve 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_Honey 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_Latex 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_Nectar 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_Resin 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_Syrup 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Sap_Wax 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_Coquina 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_Granite 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_Limestone 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_Marble 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_Sandstone 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Stone_Slate 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_Bark 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_Frond 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_Reed 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_Root 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_Rush 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Thatch_Twig 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Ash 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Cedar 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Fir 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Ironwood 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Oak 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Pine 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Wood_Poplar 1 0 0
Skins
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_BearSkinTest 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_CrewBandanna 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_EyePatch 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_KrakenHat 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_OfficerBoots 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_OfficerHat 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_OfficerPants 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemSkin_OfficerShirt 1 0 0
Cooked/Processed Consumables
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Ale 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_BeefBuns 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_BerryTea 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_BubbleNSqueak 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_CelerySoup 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_CookedFish 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_CookedMeat 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_CremeBrulee 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_DarkDraught 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Delicacy 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_FishNChips 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_DragonsTongue 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Grog 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Hardtack 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_HotChocolate 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Meat_CookedPrimeAnimal 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Meat_CookedPrimeFish 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_MonarchsCake 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_PorkPie 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Pudding 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_ReapersRegard 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_RosemaryChicken 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_SaltedFish 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_SaltedMeat 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_ShrunkenStew 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_SongOfTheSea 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Spiced Rum 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_SpicyRoll 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_StuffedBakedFish 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_TaraNostiTreat 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_UnthinkableDelicacy 1 0 0
Processed Resources
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_BlastingPowder 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_FireGel 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Gunpowder 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_BASE 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_Cobalt 1 0 0
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  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_Iridium 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_Iron 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_Silver 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_Tin 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_OrganicPaste 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_Ingot_OrganicPaste_Powder 1 0 0
  • cheat gfi PrimalItemResource_PreservingSalt 1 0 0
Dyes
  • cheat GiveItemNum 0 1 1 0    Magenta
  • cheat GiveItemNum 1 1 1 0    Alizarin Red
  • cheat GiveItemNum 2 1 1 0    Aubergine Brown
  • cheat GiveItemNum 3 1 1 0    Black
  • cheat GiveItemNum 4 1 1 0    Blackberry
  • cheat GiveItemNum 5 1 1 0    Blackcurrant
  • cheat GiveItemNum 6 1 1 0    Blue Whale
  • cheat GiveItemNum 7 1 1 0    Bright Red
  • cheat GiveItemNum 8 1 1 0    Cantaloupe
  • cheat GiveItemNum 9 1 1 0    Cerulean
  • cheat GiveItemNum 10 1 1 0   Chateau Green
  • cheat GiveItemNum 11 1 1 0   Conifer Green
  • cheat GiveItemNum 12 1 1 0   Parchment
  • cheat GiveItemNum 13 1 1 0   Cyan
  • cheat GiveItemNum 14 1 1 0   Dark Pink
  • cheat GiveItemNum 15 1 1 0   Gold
  • cheat GiveItemNum 16 1 1 0   Green
  • cheat GiveItemNum 17 1 1 0   Indigo
  • cheat GiveItemNum 18 1 1 0   Light Sea Green
  • cheat GiveItemNum 19 1 1 0   Madang Green
  • cheat GiveItemNum 20 1 1 0   Purple
  • cheat GiveItemNum 21 1 1 0   Mango
  • cheat GiveItemNum 22 1 1 0   Mineral Grey
  • cheat GiveItemNum 23 1 1 0   Mud
  • cheat GiveItemNum 24 1 1 0   Napa Brown
  • cheat GiveItemNum 25 1 1 0   Navy
  • cheat GiveItemNum 26 1 1 0   Olive
  • cheat GiveItemNum 27 1 1 0   Orange
  • cheat GiveItemNum 28 1 1 0   Orange Peel
  • cheat GiveItemNum 29 1 1 0   Orient Blue
  • cheat GiveItemNum 30 1 1 0   Paco Brown
  • cheat GiveItemNum 31 1 1 0   Parchment
  • cheat GiveItemNum 32 1 1 0   Pink
  • cheat GiveItemNum 33 1 1 0   Pohutukawa Red
  • cheat GiveItemNum 34 1 1 0   Purple
  • cheat GiveItemNum 35 1 1 0   Red
  • cheat GiveItemNum 36 1 1 0   Royalty
  • cheat GiveItemNum 37 1 1 0   Selective Yellow
  • cheat GiveItemNum 38 1 1 0   Shalimar Yellow
  • cheat GiveItemNum 39 1 1 0   Silver
  • cheat GiveItemNum 40 1 1 0   Sky
  • cheat GiveItemNum 41 1 1 0   Slate
  • cheat GiveItemNum 42 1 1 0   Snow White
  • cheat GiveItemNum 43 1 1 0   Swamp Blue
  • cheat GiveItemNum 44 1 1 0   Tan
  • cheat GiveItemNum 45 1 1 0   Tangerine
  • cheat GiveItemNum 46 1 1 0   Watercourse Green
  • cheat GiveItemNum 47 1 1 0   White
  • cheat GiveItemNum 48 1 1 0   Yellow
  • cheat GiveItemNum 49 1 1 0   Blue
  • cheat GiveItemNum 50 1 1 0   Brick
  • cheat GiveItemNum 51 1 1 0   Brown

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With the help of these console commands you will now be able to adjust your game to your liking and make the best of your time. Also, be sure to come back soon for even more related Atlas guides here at GameSkinny!

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Atlas First Impressions: An Unfortunate Series of Events https://www.gameskinny.com/2sujb/atlas-first-impressions-an-unfortunate-series-of-events https://www.gameskinny.com/2sujb/atlas-first-impressions-an-unfortunate-series-of-events Fri, 18 Jan 2019 23:37:08 -0500 Sergey_3847

After officially releasing Ark: Survival Evolved, Studio Wildcard wasted little time and created a new pirate-themed MMO, titled Atlas, that strongly resembles Ark itself. Currently, the game is available through Steam Early Access, and it has already divided players into two camps: haters and true fans.

Atlas is a huge game, which is capable of hosting 40,000 players at once. The problem is that it's not easy to deliver a smooth gameplay experience to such a large playerbase, and server lag and netcode errors are common.

The reason for these issues is partly due to the massive amount of servers required to host the game's map, and those can desynchronize and throw players out of the game. However, despite these technical issues, Atlas still manages to stay at the top of the Steam charts.

If you want to know whether Atlas is worthy of your time and money, then read our Early Access impressions below. They should help you make a final decision.

The World of Atlas

The map in Atlas consists of 225 separate regions that are seamlessly combined into a world featuring hundreds of islands, big and small. These islands can be claimed by players using flags.

The central part of the map is especially hospitable, as it offers the most comfortable climate for gathering resources and taming creatures. In contrast, the northern and southern regions of the map are too extreme to be accessed during the early stages of the game, and players can simply freeze to death in these locations.

Fortunately, when choosing what type of server one wants to play on, players are given the choice of the region they wish to spawn at. In this regard, Atlas is really beginner-friendly, as it allows new players to choose their destiny from the beginning.

The game starts in the familiar territory of basic survival gameplay. This involves collecting resources that will not only allow you to build your first ship and sail it across the great ocean, but also maintain your vessel and even hire NPCs.

If things go well in these early stages, players will begin experiencing some fantastic multiplayer battles, both on the water and in the sand. However, getting to that point is really difficult due to the chaotic nature of the game

That is, it is extremely hard to survive in Atlas on your own, because, if you can't manage to protect your belongings, everything can change in the blink of an eye. Atlas is not perfect, and even after preparing as well as you can, you can still fail. This makes it almost a necessity to form companies, the equivalent of guilds in many MMOs, with other players.

Life and Death in Atlas

The first few hours of gameplay in Atlas are rather boring, and they boil down to gathering basic resources such as stone, wood, and food. If you aren't used to playing survival MMOs that require spending hours on the most mundane of tasks, then you may get bored really, really quickly.

But is there fun to be had somewhere beyond this initial stage? Well, that mainly depends on how much punishment you can endure, as Atlas is a really unforgiving survival game, which truly rewards only the strongest and the smartest.

In the next phase of gameplay, you will be building a ship and sailing the seas. This comes at a point when you simply can't wait to leave the first island that you've spawned at, but the relief it brings only lasts for a short time, as the space between the islands is just as dangerous as it is on the land.

You can take your time and sail for a few hours searching for a perfect island to build your base on, but, most likely, you'll be attacked and killed during this search. This puts you back to square one, and then you may realize that you've spent your entire day playing the game without making any progress. This is the experience of playing Atlas.

Of course, players with a lot of free time and patience will break through this unfortunate series of events, and, after a third or fourth attempt, they may finally build a competitive ship that can protect itself in the open waters. However, you will die a lot in this game along the way, and there is no way around it.

Get Rich or Die Trying

The mindset of many players in Atlas simply revolves around making life difficult for other companies. This causes Atlas to quickly turn into a mess of a game, which is cruel to every party involved.

For example, on PvP servers, every piece of land is already occupied by extremely protective players. This means that you must agree to pay taxes for everything that you do in order to be able to play the game at all.

Additionally, Atlas's servers work 24/7, and offline raiding is possible. As such, many other companies will want to take away your stuff while you're offline, and it is optimal that at least one of your teammates always stays online to check for attackers. But how many players can dedicate so much to a game? 

Without a full-time lookout, the only way to leave your game safely is to build a ridiculously well-defended base that would take many hours of raiding just to get inside. Some players simply won't want to deal with that and may leave you base alone, however, there is another problem: ships can easily be torched and left burning. Unfortunately, there is no cure for this disease.

These reasons are why offline raids are so frustrating, as one such raid can leave you with no base and resources. The developers need to address this as soon as possible.

Of course, some of these issues can be avoided by playing on a PvE server, but MMOs are meant to be played for online interactivity and not as single-player experiences. While it is good to learn all of the basics on a PvE server, some players will not want to miss out on the PvP experience completely.

Final Thoughts

Does Atlas have the potential to be a great game? Absolutely, but so much needs to be done, and private servers are not the solution simply due to the huge number of players that are needed to fill the game's massive world.

The developers simply need to change the rules of the game, with a focus on making the gameplay less boring and frustrating. Additionally, people that come online need to feel good about starting another gameplay session, rather than worrying if all of their stuff has been taken by raiders while they were offline.

Until the right solution has been found, Atlas will keep suffering from a split playerbase syndrome. Players who love the chaos of Atlas will come in just to have fun, while others will be frustrated to such lengths that they may not even look at the company's next project.

One would've thought that Project Wildcard would have learned a lesson or two from Ark, but it looks like it just can't nail the right formula yet. Let's hope that the company can make some good decisions for the game this year, or else Atlas will experience the same fate as many other failed MMOs.

Pros:

  • Huge open world

Cons:

  • Lack of PvE/PvP content
  • Offline raiding
  • Network lags and errors
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