Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds supports a collection of PC console commands that can be used for different effects. However, the way dev-console works in TOW is a little different than Fallout, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, etc. where all you needed to do was to press the ~ key to launch the console. The Outer Worlds Console Commands Guide will help you learn all about different PC codes in TOW.
The Outer Worlds Console Commands
To start, first, you need to download SunBeam’s Unlocker from the link. You’ll also need the password sunbeamFRF (caps sensitive) to unlock the .zip file. You need to unpack the files of the folder in the directory:
Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to run The Outer Worlds and open up the Main Menu. At this point, press Alt + Tab and open IGCInjector.exe from the files you pasted in Win64 folder.
Once it’s done with the updates, close the .exe and press ~ to open the console.
How to Unlock Dev-Console Permanently?
To do so, you’ll need to download the Dev-Console Unlock Mod from the link provided. Similar to SunBeam’s Unlocker, you’ll also need to unpack it in the Win64 folder. Once done, you’ll need to use UE4ConsoleLaunch.exe to run TOW with the console enabled.
Now that you know all about how to enable the console in The Outer Worlds, let’s talk about different console cheat commands and their effects. Below are some important console commands that you’re most likely to use in most of the situations:
|SaveGame bIgnoreSuperNova 1 0||It allows you to create a new save, even on SuperNova difficulty.|
|ShowHUD||You can turn HUD on/off.|
|ToggleDebugCamera||You can turn freecam on/off.|
|Teleport||With this console command, you’re teleported to the area you’re facing.|
||You receive the amount of currency added to your inventory.|
||Insert the quest name to start it automatically.|
||Automatically complete a quest.|
||It allows you to unlock a console command.|
||You receive a specific amount of Perk Points.|
||Your desired companion receive a set number of Perk Points.|
||You can set the world to scale to your level and receive Perks/Skills as well.|
||This console command allows you to set the level of your armor.|
||This console command allows you to set the level of your equipped weapon.|
||You can receive any item in your inventory. For a complete list of itemIDs, check the list below.|
||With this, you can add value to your character’s stat.|
||With this, you’ll be able to remove any modifier that you acquired with the above console command.|