We Happy Few is a survival horror action adventure video game developed by Compulsion Games and published by Gearbox Publishing. The game was launched on in 10 August 2018 for platforms such as Linux, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is full pack with adrenaline rush you are going to get because it is how the game designed. We Happy Few is an action game played from the first-character perspective that includes factors of stealth and survival video games. players manage certainly one of three characters in the game’s three one of a kind acts, each having their very own skills and talents, and their very own reasons for escaping the village of wellington wells.
How to access the Developer Console
You got to the folder – > C:\Users\”whatever your name is”\Documents\My Games\We Happy Few\Config\WindowsNoEditor and open up the Input.ini with the Editor
You copy and paste these lines:
(by default, instead of ‘F1’ it should say ‘~’ which is called the ‘Tilde’ key, but a lot of people who do not have an English Keyboard Layout, this might be bothersome to activate and it is way better mapping it to F1 for example, but you are free to choose whichever key you like; keep in mind you might unbind one of the other keys, so check in advance!)
Here a picture how it should look like:
Reputedly you could also add the command ‘-console’ in the steam launcher, however, I haven’t tried that out and it really works best with what I did above. as a long way as Gog version and different non-steam variations, I’m no longer positive but they should technically all work, by enhancing the input.ini files, but when you consider that I most effective have the steam version, I’m able to take a look at them out myself.
If you have done this, save it and start the game, you should be able to activate the console via the assigned key; in my case the ‘F1’ key
It must look like this as show in the image.
If you double press the Console Key ‘F1’ you get a bigger black box. You can enter commands as well but as an addition you can see all the codes you have entered during your session.
Console with command history shown:
Makes you immune to damage, people can still see you and react to you; also you still can die if you jump of a bridge fyi.
Fly – Lets you, as the name implies, fly in the world
Ghost – Lets you fly as well, but in addition toggles NoClip and lets go through walls/objects etc.
Walk – Disables the Fly and Ghost command and gets you back on your feet (Beware of Fall Damage!)
Heals you, removes negative effects and buffs everything back to 100%
Removes the fog and shows you the whole map
Same as Reveal Map but in addition also shows you all the quests you haven’t done as well as the Dig Spots (I am not sure, but it could break the game and softlocks you, but haven’t tested it out)
Probably the most important command in the game, it let’s you spawn all the stuff you want.
There are 2 commands which are basically the same except one lets you choose how many items you wanna spawn by adding a number:
give [insert Item ID] – e.g. give FirstAidKit -> gives you only 1 First Aid Kit
giveN [#] [Item ID] – e.g. giveN 10 FirstAidKit -> gives you 10 First Aid Kits
giveN 2000 sovereign -> gives you 2.000 coins
Makes a screenshot without the HUD, even paused
You can find the files in the folder here:
C:\Users\YourAccount\Documents\My Games\We Happy Few\Screenshots\WindowsNoEditor
NPC ignore the player
(toggle again to deactivate)
Lets you kill yourself! (oh the joy!)
Gives you # skillpoints (haven’t found a way to remove them though)
Resets all the skills you invested in the skill tree and lets you distribute from the beginning
Complete Quest lets you complete the whole quest you have currently active
Objective just lets you complete on objective at a time
Teleports you to the direction your cursor (Targeting Reticle) is pointing
Toggles 3rd person view, but only your hands are visible, but still funny command
(by activating it again you change back to 1st person view)
It lets you travel to different Maps
Your items won’t degrade (toggle to deactivate)
UnlockRecipe <name> – Unlocks a specific recipe
UnlockAllFastTravel – Unlocks all the hatchet locations
UnlockAllLore – Unlocks all the Lore entries
UnlockAllRecipes – Gives you all the recipes in the game (crashes the game for me, maybe because I don’t have the PreOrder as well as the DLC?)