GiveItemToPlayer Command

cheat GiveItemToPlayer <UE4 ID> <Blueprint> <Amount> <Quality> <Force Blueprint>

This command adds an item to the inventory of the player with the specified player ID, relative to the blueprint, amount and quality specified. Unlike the 'GFI' command, you must specify the full blueprint.

Argument Information

The syntax for this Ark admin command is as follows:

UE4 ID Type: UE4 ID The player ID (UE4) of the player you wish to give the item(s) to.
Blueprint Type: Item Blueprint The full blueprint of the item you wish to add.
Amount Type: Number The amount of the item to give to the player.
Quality Type: Number The quality you wish for the item(s) to have.
Force Blueprint Type: Boolean Specify '0' to add the item to the player's inventory, '1' to add the blueprint of the item to the player's inventory.

Command Information

Find below information relating to the GiveItemToPlayer command in Ark.

  • Cheat
  • Console Compatible
  • Target
  • Version Added

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Command Builder

Adjust the settings below to automatically generate a command. Once you've got everything right, hit the Copy button and paste it into the console in Ark.

cheat GiveItemToPlayer <UE4 ID> <Blueprint> 1 1 false
Force Blueprint


  • cheat GiveItemToPlayer 129475024 "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Resources/PrimalItemResource_ElementShard.PrimalItemResource_ElementShard'" 2 65 0

    The above console command would give 2 Element Shards (amount is the first number after the blueprint path) with really high quality (the second number after blueprint path, 65) to the player with UE4 ID 129475024. Because the Force Blueprint argument is set to 0 (false), the player would be given the Element Shards as an item, not as a blueprint.

  • cheat GiveItemToPlayer 129475024 "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Resources/PrimalItemResource_ElementShard.PrimalItemResource_ElementShard'" 12 65 0

    The above console command is the same as the first example, but instead of two Element Shards, it would give you 12.