The Evil Within Summary
Spoiler: The Evil Within is us!
I think it's fair to say that there's been some dissatisfaction with the PC version of horror title The Evil Within, which was locked at 30FPS upon release, and comes equipped with love-'em-or-hate-'em letterbox borders.
Bethesda and developerhave decided to listen to unhappy fans, and have just released a patch that unlocks native 60FPS support and removes the letterboxing.
The Evil Within proves that invulnerability isn't always a good thing; while initiating God mode through the game's console renders you impervious to harm, it doesn't stop you from losing your head.
And I mean that literally. Watch Youtuber GamebillStudio'sto see what happens when rapidly rotating blade meets allegedly impervious flesh.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 producer Michiteru Okabe is a big fan of VR technology, and think that it makes "perfect sense" for the Resident Evil series and horror games in general.
"I'm really excited about VR," said Okabe, speaking to , "I think it makes sense. Having gone from 2D to 3D, now it's time to surround yourself in these worlds instead of just having a screen in front of you.
Debug console commands for The Evil Within revealed; unlock frame-rate, change aspect ratio and enter God mode
As promisedThe Evil Within's frame-rate., Bethesda the key console commands you'll need to input if you want to unlock newly released survival horror
Also included; how to change the aspect ratio, a God mode, a Noclip mode, unlimited ammo and several commands for stopping and slowing down time. You can now cheat as much as you want, basically.
Bethesda The Evil Within will be locked at 30FPS on both PC and consoles, and the frame-rate cap will require manual tweaking to remove.that Shinji Mikami's highly anticipated survival horror game
According to Bethesda the game's been specifically designed by Mikami and his team to be played at 30FPS with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 (letterboxed) - they recommend sticking to those set markers "for the best experience".