To enable the console, players will need to press the Control, Shift, and L keys simultaneously, though, keep in mind that the game will not give one any feedback to determine whether or not this was successful. This enabling is maintained until the player exits the game.
Larcenauts, a new VR title in the hero shooter genre, has just been announced. The reveal trailer showcases plenty of gameplay action, introducing players to the game's varied environments and cast of diverse characters.
The newly announced title comes from developer Impulse Gear, the creators behind PSVR title Farpoint. The 2017 title was met with fairly positive reviews, with critics praising the use of Sony's then-new Aim Controller, while criticizing the game's lack of a meaningful and cohesive narrative.
A roughly two-minute long trailer posted to the official Oculus YouTube channel introduces players to the various Larcenauts specialists. The first character introduced is Calima, a speedy infiltrator who displays a dash ability before coming under fire. She's covered by Evander, a hunter who appears to be the game's sharpshooter. Calima is then defeated by ARC-L6, a plasma tech-wielding commando. As the trailer progresses, more specialists are introduced, including engineer Bosun, plague mask-wearing medic Chi, as well as guardian robot and defense specialist Thal. Explosives expert Salters and hulking brawler Vod round out the characters, which are all vying to heist a stolen "intel" ball.
The trailer also shows viewers some of Larcenauts' levels, of which there are currently four in total. Comments indicate that gamers like what they see so far, with many comparing it to the likes of Overwatch or Apex Legends in VR. While the former's recent history has been tumultuous, with Overwatch 2's director leaving, Apex is as successful as ever, reaching a new concurrent player record of nearly a quarter million players on Steam with its latest Season launch. With the introduction of Larcenauts, it should be interesting to see if the creators behind non-VR titles will be inspired to make something similar.
Due to the complexity of the machines, crafting, and automation, things can sometimes go awry, but not in the ways that the developers intended. Glitches and bugs are not by any means common, though, they do exist. Thankfully, players on PC have access to console commands which can help them out of tricky and unexpected situations.
While the non-Debug commands mostly pertain to affecting the environment and gameplay, the Debug commands focus on the physical properties of the game's engine and in-game items. Regardless of the kind of Debug command input into the console window, the following information will always show up in the upper left corner of the screen:
There are many sub-commands that can be used via the Debug command's main input string, however, they are all single words that need to be included in the italicized portion of the main command string, which is the following:
Before utilizing any of these Debug commands, it is important to note that many of them have not been verified and can be risky to implement, therefore players should always save their game before trying any of them.
Now that the console has been enabled, players can open up the console command window by pressing the Tilde key. Pressing the Tilde key again will increase the size of the window, which makes it easier to input longer commands. After this, one can now input console commands as desired.
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