Bethesda released Patch 1.02 for The Evil Within 2. According to the details in the Patch 1.02 Changelog - The Evil Within 2 runs at 1800p on Xbox One X, and at 1260p on PS4 Pro.
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Bethesda has announced Xbox One X updates for its entire slate of titles. The list includes recent releases like Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, the…
Bethesda and Tango Gamesworks' The Evil Within 2 has been with us for almost a month. I liked it, and while its Steam review score at the time of writing sits at 'Very Positive', there does exist some complaints about key bindings and crashes tied to Intel Core 2 processors and AMD GPUs, among other things. The game's latest update v1.03 targets a number of fixes—a few number of which are exclusive to PC. First, here's those:
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If you’re playing The Evil Within 2 on PC you can access a hidden first-person mode. Although The Evil Within 2 was clearly designed as a third-…
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A curious console command has been found in the code of The Evil Within 2.
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A small trick discovered to activate First Person Mode in The Evil Within 2. These commands let you unlock the First-Person Mode in The Evil Within 2.
Here’s a neat trick for anyone that’s completed (or currently playing) third-person survival horror game The Evil Within 2: you can turn it into a first-person survival horror game with a simple console command.There are one or two first-person sections in the base game (which is presumably why the option is there), but the command puts you into the skull of Sebastian Castellanos for the entire 15 hours, save for a few animations that switch the camera to third-person temporarily. It looks relatively polished, right down to head bobbing when you run, and I imagine it's scarier playing in first-person too.To use the command, you'll first have to activate the console. So, right click on the game in your Steam library and select 'properties'. Then, hit 'set launch options' and type in '+com_allowconsole 1' (without the quote marks). Once you've done that, hitting Insert in the game will bring up the console.The command to activate fir