How to Enable Command Console in The Outer Worlds

One of the popular action RPG games called The Outer Worlds has a set of console commands that you should know if you’re a hardcore player or want to be perfect in the gameplay. The PC console commands can be used for different actions or options in the gameplay. It’s also worth mentioning that it works slightly differently than other dev-console-equipped video games. Here we’ve shared the details on how to enable command console in The Outer Worlds on your PC.

Obsidian has offered The Outer Worlds console command support for the PC that will be very useful for different effects. As mentioned, The Outer Worlds console commands work slightly different than other games like Fallout, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, etc. Now, let’s check out the steps to enable the command console option below.

How to Enable Command Console in The Outer Worlds

Before starting the gameplay and using console commands on your PC, you’ll need to download SunBeam’s Unlocker tool on the computer and install it. Additionally, you’ll also require to use the sunbeamFRF password to unlock and extract the compressed zip file. Once done, you’ll need to unpack the files of the below folder location:

How to Enable Command Console in The Outer Worlds

Epic Games/TheOuterWorlds/Indiana/Binaries/Win64

Next, you’ll need to run The Outer Worlds and launch the main menu. Press the Alt + Tab keys and launch the IGCInjector.exe file from the Win64 folder. Once done, close the .exe file and press ~ to open up the console.

Steps to Unlock Dev-Console on the PC

  • You’ll need to download and install the Dev-Console Unlock Mod on your computer.
  • You’ll also need to unlock it in the Win64 folder.
  • Next, use the UE4ConsoleLaunch.exe to run The Outer Worlds game with the enabled console.

List of Console Commands for TOW

SaveGame bIgnoreSuperNova 1 0 You can create a new save, even on SuperNova difficulty.
ShowHUD Turn HUD on/off.
ToggleDebugCamera Turn freecam on/off.
Teleport With this console command, you’re teleported to the area you’re facing.
AddCurrency 1 Get the amount of currency added to your inventory.
QuestStart Insert the quest name to start it automatically.
QuestComplete Automatically complete a quest.
DebugUnlockCompanion Allows you to unlock a console command.
PerkPointsAdd You can get a specific amount of Perk Points.
AddPerkPointsToCompanions Your desired companion receive a set number of Perk Points.
SetLevel Set the world to scale to your level and receive Perks/Skills.
SetArmorLevel 1 This console command allows you to set the level of your armor.
SetWeaponLevel 1 It allows players to set the level of the equipped weapon.
AddItemDebug 1 Get any item in the inventory. You can check out a complete list of itemIDs.
RpgStatAddModifierDebug Add value to the character stats.
RpgStatRemoveModifierDebug Remove any modifier that you acquired with the above console command.

That’s it, guys. We assume that you’ve found this guide useful. Feel free to ask in the comment below for further queries.

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