Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Cheat Codes

Information on Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Cheats

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Screenshot
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Screenshot. © Ubisoft

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon is a modern military tactical first-person shooter developed/published by Red Storm Entertainment and Ubisoft. Released in 2001 it is the first game released in the Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series that got its start on the PC platform and now has thirteen titles for the PC and console systems. Set in a fictional 2008 that game puts players in charge of a squad of elite special forces known as Ghost as they fight against in a war against Russia.

The game includes both a single player story campaign with 23 missions as well as a multiplayer component that includes 11 maps and six different multiplayer modes.

A demo for Ghost Recon was created and released by Ubisoft to give players an opportunity to play a mission from the single-player campaign prior to making a decision to purchase the game. The demo is still available to this day on various third-party websites for free download. The full game is still available at reasonable prices and can be found at a number of online retailers such as and many online digital distribution services as well.

Enabling Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Cheat Codes

Enabling Tom Clancy's Ghost Recons cheats is fairly straightforward. To begin, players must open the game console by pressing the enter key from the numeric keypad. (If you're playing from a laptop without a number pad enter key, you may have to map it to another key).


After pressing enter, the console should be visible and allow you to enter commands. Simply enter one of the Ghost Recon cheat codes listed below for the desired, in-game, effect.

Cheat CodeEffect
ammoUnlimited ammo
autowinAutomatically completes mission
boomShakes your screen
chickenrunGrenades become chickens
ciscoAchieves objectives one at a time, "sic 'em boy"
eviltwinChanges face to pink cheeks
extremepaintballPaintball Mode
godBe Struck Down From Heaven
gogetemHunt down enemies
helpLists all commands
kitChanges your kit to the file you specify
locReport current location
markMark location for teleport
mark2Mark location for teleport
perfShows a lot of counters
quitExits Ghost Recon
rangeShows range of enemies and team members
refillRefills entire inventory
rockTake over enemy bases
runIncreases your running speed by 10
setgama #.#Sets gamma (normal = 0.5)
shadowEnables invisibility
spawnTeleport to preset locations
squirrelkiteTurns grenades into squirrels
supermanEnables invincibility
teamShadowEnables team invisibility
teamSupermanEnables team invincibility
teleportTeleports you to the specified position in the world
testpathDog sounds
toggleaiToggles AI
togglemovetreesToggle freezing trees
toggleshowactorstatsToggles actor stats
toggleshoweffectsstatsToggles effect stats
toggleshowframerateToggles frame rate
toggleshowinterfacestatsToggles interface stats
toggleshowlevelstatsToggles level stats
toggleshowperfcountersToggles performance counters
toggleshowsystemmemorystatsToggles system memory stats
toggleshowtexturememorystatsToggles texture memory stats
toggleshowtotalstatsToggles total stats
tracersToggles display of tracers
unlockherosUnlock hero characters
































About Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Series

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series of video game started in 2001 with the release of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon set in 2008 it tells the story of a fictional conflict between the United States/NATO and Russia. The first game saw the release of three expansions packs, two in 2002 and one in 2004. In 2014 was Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms, and a fourteenth title called Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands was released in 2017. 

Over the years the gameplay has been tweaked a little with each release but they all stay true to the tactical squad-based approach where players control a single soldier while planning and issuing orders at the squad level. The series was first developed and released as a PC exclusive title but games have since been released for the Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo systems.