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How to Find and Edit the Game.prefs File for Supreme Commander 2

How to Find and Edit the Game.prefs File for Supreme Commander 2

If you are a fan of the real-time strategy game Supreme Commander 2, you might want to customize some of the game settings to suit your preferences. For example, you might want to enable cheats, change the graphics options, or tweak the AI behavior. To do that, you need to find and edit the Game.prefs file, which is a text file that stores all of your game options.

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In this article, we will show you how to locate the Game.prefs file on your computer, how to open it with a text editor, and how to modify some of the common settings. We will also provide you with a link to download a free copy of the Game.prefs file in case you lose yours or want to restore the default settings.

Where is the Game.prefs File Located?

The location of the Game.prefs file depends on your operating system and whether you are using Steam or not. Here are the possible paths for each case:

  • For Windows 7/Vista users with Steam: C:\Users\Your User Name\AppData\Local\Gas Powered Games\Supreme Commander 2\

  • For Windows XP users with Steam: C:\Documents and Settings\Your User Name\Local Settings\Application Data\Gas Powered Games\Supreme Commander 2\

  • For Windows users without Steam: C:\Program Files\Gas Powered Games\Supreme Commander 2\

  • For Mac users with Steam: /Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Supreme Commander 2/

  • For Mac users without Steam: /Library/Application Support/Gas Powered Games/Supreme Commander 2/

Note that the AppData and Local Settings folders are hidden by default, so you might need to enable the option to show hidden files and folders in your file explorer. Alternatively, you can type the path directly into the address bar.

How to Open and Edit the Game.prefs File?

Once you have found the Game.prefs file, you can open it with any text editor, such as Notepad or TextEdit. You will see a lot of lines of code that look like this:

options_overrides =

options =

CheatsEnabled = 'false',

DebugFacilitiesEnabled = 'false',

Fullscreen = 'true',

Language = 'english',

LastProfile = 'Player',


Each line represents a different game option that you can change by editing the value after the equal sign. For example, if you want to enable cheats, you can change CheatsEnabled from 'false' to 'true'. Be careful not to delete or modify any other characters, such as commas, brackets, or quotation marks.

Some of the common game options that you might want to edit are:

  • CheatsEnabled: Enables or disables cheat codes that you can enter in-game by pressing Z and typing them in the console window.

  • DebugFacilitiesEnabled: Enables or disables debug keys that you can use in-game by pressing Alt and other keys. For example, Alt-F2 launches the Create Unit Interface and will create the selected unit at the cursor position.

  • Fullscreen: Enables or disables fullscreen mode.

  • Language: Changes the language of the game.

  • LastProfile: Changes the name of the profile that is loaded by default when you start the game.

  • ResolutionX and ResolutionY: Changes the resolution of the game window.

  • SoundVolume: Changes the volume of the game sound.

  • VoiceVolume: Changes the volume of the voiceovers.

There are many more game options that you can explore and experiment with. You can find a full list of them on this wiki page.

How to Download a Free Copy of the Game.prefs File?

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