Bethesda has revealed the debug console commands for the PC version of Shinji Mikami's horror game, The Evil Within.
The console commands were discussed last week as a way to unlock the frame rate of The Evil Within and change its aspect ratio. But now we know that they let you do much more.
Console commands include god mode, noclip, infinite ammo, stop time and slow motion, Bethesda revealed in his forum.
The way God, for example, makes you invincible. Noclip allows you to walk through the walls. Toggledebugcamera separates the camera from the player's character so you can move it.
Here is the complete list:
- R_swapinterval NUMBER: Set the FPS lock. Keep in mind that the numbers below are negative.
- -2: This is the default value, set to 30 FPS. This is the frame rate officially supported.
- -1: This sets the FPS limit to 60. It can be played in its entirety, although there may be quirks (let's fix it).
- 0: This completely unlocks the FPS. We do not recommend playing over 60. We will not fix any problem above 60.
- God's way: You are effectively invincible, and certain moves to kill enemies will not be used against you (Laura, for example, will not jump on you).
- No video: It allows you to walk through the walls.
- G_infiniteammo: Unlimited ammunition (as long as you have at least 1 bullet when you enable it).
- G_stoptime 1: The time stops. Note that there is an error at this time where the use of this command causes an UI element to appear on the screen. We are looking to fix that in the near future. Re-enable time with g_stoptime 0
- Toggledebugcamera: Separate Sebastian's camera so you can move freely.
- R_forceaspectratio: Set the aspect ratio. The default value is 2.5, which is our official aspect ratio.
0 is full screen, but it is not ideal. 1.8 or 2 is probably more comfortable for those who do not want bars.
- Com_showFPS: Activates the native FPS counter of the identification.
- Startslowmotion2: Slow down time
- Stopslowmotion: Disable slow motion.
Bethesda warned that debug console commands are not compatible with Bethesda and its customer service team, so use them at your own risk.
And here is how to access the debug console:
- In Steam, right click on The Evil Within and select the properties and then on the General tab, press "set launch options".
- Put this to unlock the console: + com_allowconsole 1.
- Once the game has started, press the Insert key to deactivate the developer's console.