Subsistence is a survival game that was released in early access in 2016. The game allows players to explore, craft, hunt, and build bases in a harsh environment. The game also has a console that can be accessed by pressing the equal sign (=) on the keyboard. The console can be used to enter various commands that can affect the game in different ways.
In this article, we will show you some of the console commands that were available in Subsistence in 2017. These commands may not work in the current version of the game, as some of them have been disabled or changed by the developers. However, they can still be useful for testing purposes or for fun.
List of Console Commands
According to a guide posted by Steam user pooper[^1^], these are some of the console commands that were working in Subsistence in 2017:
Exit: Exits the game.
DebugCreatePlayer 1: Creates a second player character for testing.
FreezeAt: Locks the player view and rendering time.
SSSwapControllers: Swaps the controllers of the two player characters.
Open: Opens the specified map.
DisplayAll: Displays property values for instances of a class name.
DisplayAllState: Displays state names for all instances of a class name.
DisplayClear: Clears previous DisplayAll entries.
FlushPersistentDebugLines: Clears persistent debug line cache.
GetAll: Logs property values of all instances of a class name.
GetAllState: Logs state names for all instances of a class name.
Obj List: Shows all objects of a certain class, type, outer, package, or inside.
Obj ListContentRefs: Shows all content references of a certain class or list class.
Obj Classes: Shows all classes.
Obj Refs: Lists referencers of the specified object.
EditActor: Edits an actor of a certain class, name, or trace.
EditDefault: Edits the default properties of a certain class.
EditObject: Edits an object of a certain class, name, or object name.
ReloadCfg: Reloads config variables for the specified object or class.
ReloadLoc: Reloads localized variables for the specified object or class.
Set: Sets property to value on object name.
Note that some of these commands may require additional parameters or values to work properly. You can use the Tab key to autocomplete or cycle through possible options. You can also type help in the console to see a list of available commands and their descriptions.
In addition to the above commands, there were also some cheat commands that could be used in Subsistence in 2017. However, these commands were disabled by the developers in later updates, as they could interfere with the balance and design of the game. According to some Steam discussions[^2^], these cheat commands included:
AllAmmo: Gives unlimited ammo for all weapons.
AllWeapons: Gives all weapons and attachments.
AllItems: Gives all items and resources.
AllBlueprints: Unlocks all blueprints for crafting. 061ffe29dd