Active Console Commands
Enable crosshair with bow:
This enables a crosshair when using a bow. This makes the aiming significantly easier. If you have a bow equipped when you change this setting, you have to re-equip it to see the crosshair. Set the integer to 0 to disable the crosshair when firing the bow.
Modify motion blur mode:
This option can be found in the Graphics settings. However, it can be changed manually. Set the integer to 0 to disable motion blur, set it to 1 for camera blur, and 2 for object blur.
To disable HUD, set the integer to 0, to enable set it to 1.
This option is listed on the wiki, and it is accepted as a command in-game, but it doesn’t appear to do anything. It’s worth trying, if you’re curious. The default value is -13.
Use this to disable only the compass. Useful if you want a non-modded method of increasing realism.
This setting can be found in the Graphics settings, but it only goes up to 75. The default value is 60. I recommend 90-100 for maximum experience without a lot of model clipping or unintentional texture glitches.
Quit to desktop:
This command is just the letter q. I see little use for this, unless you need to quit without saving.
Modify draw distance:
The default value for this is 500. This will adversly affect performance, be cautious when adjusting this.
Modify tree draw distance only:
The default value for this is 500. Just like the previous setting, this will adversly affect performance, on a lesser scale than the previous, however.
Modify other plant draw distance:
This will affect your performance the least out of these three console commands, but it will still have an effect. The default value is 20.
Show time of day:
This shows the current time of day. (or night.)
Adjust model scale:
This command adjusts the in-game model scale. Default value is 1, max value is 10. Appears to be somewhat buggy, be cautious if using.
Modify anti-aliasing mode:
Default value is 0, can be changed to 1 for SMAA 1x, 2 for SMAA 1TX, 3 for SMAA 2x. This will adversly affect performace. These options can also be found in the Advanced Graphics options.
Disable Health bar:
Default value is 1. Set the integer to 0 to hide the health bar, set it to 1 to enable it.
Disable dialogue subtitles:
Default value is 1. This enables or disables the subtitles that appear above NPCs when walking around towns. Set the integer to 0 to hide the subtitles, set it to 1 to enable it.
Use this to disable VSync to potentially increase performance. It is important to note that disabling this will allow screen tearing to occur. Set the integer to 0 to disable VSync, and 1 to re-enable it.