On the Total War forums, developer The Creative Assembly tells players it will be bringing a number of console commands back, and even hints that it may be possible to use them outside of the game. This is the first evidence of console commands being fully brought back into Total War.
Christopher McKinnel: A lot of players probably won't use it as the core of their gameplay experience, but it's still a very interesting piece of work. It's also a nice representation of Caesar 3, which is great, because Total War: Rome 2 might be released on Mac at some point.
In this article, I will walk you through a simple cheat code which will allow you to play without using the cheat codes (i.e. codes). This will allow us to play the game without having to use any cheat code, just to have access to all the game's commands and features.
I have recently discovered that many gamers are re-creating their ROM hacks, i.e. the ability to play the game without the need of a code. For some reason, Total War: Rome Remastered does not have the cheat codes on the menu (I have no idea why). But I found a way to get around this issue. Let's see what it's about.
This is a paid tutorial. I will only be charging for my time and effort in writing this tutorial. I will not provide any support or guide you through any steps in the process. I am doing this as a favor to a friend of mine who is having issues with the game. I will be in charge of making sure that you get to the bottom of the problem and that you have what you need to continue playing Total War: Rome Remastered.
If you're looking for cheat codes to enable certain features, or cheat the AI, you're out of luck. (Although some companies have done their own cheat engines which use cheat codes.)
The Total War: Rome games do not support cheat codes.
As mentioned above, you can enter cheat and command codes to alter the game's rules. While this is possible, it's only for testing purposes, it should NOT be used in competitive gameplay. So, what commands and cheats can you use?