Skip to content Skip to footer


On this page, you will begin to see instructions and command buttons, along with their corresponding actions.


Esc – Menu
F11 – Enter/Exit Full Screen
Tab – Hide/Show UI
W A S D – Move
Mouse – Move Camera
Space bar – Jump / Handbrake
Shift – Sprint
F – Enter/Exit Vehicle
T – Hitch Trailer
P – Respawn Vehicle
Wheel Mouse – Zoon in/Zoon out camera in cars
V – Change cameras in cars
M – Mute/Unmute Microphone


Esc / Tab / P – Menu
F11/ Alt+Enter – Enter/Exit Full Screen
W A S D – Move
V – Change camera
B – Enter Camera Drone
Esc / Tab / F – Exit Camera Drone
Mouse – Move Camera
Mouse Wheel: Camera Zoom
Middle Mouse Button: Reset the Camera on the vehicle
Space bar – Jump / Handbrake
Shift – Sprint / Walk / Rocket Boost
F – Enter/Exit Vehicle
L – Hitch Trailer
Z – Respawn Vehicle
R – Vehicle Ignition
H – Headlights
[ – Blinker Left
] – Blinker Right
Hold down C: Move the camera around while you are walking


Aero is short for aerodynamics, which refers to how air flows around a vehicle. Improving a vehicle’s aerodynamics can make it more fuel-efficient and help it handle better at high speeds.


ABS stands for Anti-lock Braking System. It is a safety feature that prevents a vehicle’s wheels from locking up when the driver brakes hard, which can cause the vehicle to skid or lose control. ABS helps the driver maintain control of the vehicle while braking, allowing for safer stops.


ESC stands for Electronic Stability Control. It is a system that helps to prevent a vehicle from losing control during sudden maneuvers or on slippery roads. ESC uses sensors to detect when a vehicle is skidding or sliding, and then automatically applies the brakes to individual wheels to help the driver maintain control of the vehicle.


TCS stands for Traction Control System. It is a safety feature that helps prevent a vehicle’s wheels from spinning when accelerating on slippery surfaces such as ice or wet roads. TCS uses sensors to detect when a wheel loses traction and then reduces engine power or applies the brakes to that wheel to help maintain traction and prevent the vehicle from slipping.