Bethesda tells you exactly how to do it.
Bethesda has published instructions on how to access the debug console in the PC version of The Evil Within, Shinji Mikami’s newest horror game that launched today. For those of you not in the know, a debug console is what game developers use for testing the code of their software during development; it allows them to step outside the normal defined parameters of their games and lets them do all sorts of things that they wouldn’t be able to otherwise. It’s essentially a developer’s version of Gameshark, in a sense.
Well, Bethesda is now letting players access the console for The Evil Within, but they have published one caveat: the use of this console is not supported by the developers. This means that this might cause your game to behave in unexpected ways, and if something happens, Bethesda’s representatives cannot help you out, like they would be able to with normal problems.
Still interested? Okay, well, here’s you access it:
Once you’ve done this, you can do all sorts of crazy stuff. Here’s a list:
So… yeah, if you wanna mess around with your game, the Debug Console sounds like a good way to do it.