Shows your FPS
Shows your FPS and also latency (ms). Latency shows how long it takes to render a frame.
Shows same as 2 but will also reveal your RAM usage.
Same as 3 but gives information about garbage collect (GC)
The most useful one among these. FPS, ping and RAM usage + the other things.
This reveals the same things as 5 but also gives information about tasks.
With this, you can change the FPS limit.
-1 sets it to unlimited and is the default value.
You can replace -1 with any number you want. For example, I locked my framerate to 50 because my AMD r9 285 GPU got pretty warm and noisy after a few minutes of gameplay.
Also useful for maintaining steady framerate.
bind c attack; duck
This one binds attack + duck combo to "c" key. When you press c you automatically crouch and start attacking with the item you have currently have on your hand. You can end this by pressing "crouch" and "attack" keys on your keyboard and mouse. Useful for AFK farming resources.
bind q forward; sprint
Another amazingly useful keybind. As the name says this binds "forward" and "sprint" to your "q" key. When you press "q" your character will start sprinting forward until you press "sprint" and "move forward" keys on your keyboard. This is really helpful as you can just sit back and watch your character move from one side of the map to the other.
bind m kill
Kill yourself by pressing m key.
Yes, I know that there is FOV slider in the options menu but with this command, you can change the FOV all the way to the 90 (the slider in the settings menu allows only max FOV of 85). Now you can see more stuff on your screen. You can also lower the FOV all the way to the 60 (again settings menu sucks and gives you the impression that 65 is the smallest amount). Just change the number to anything you prefer (that is between 60 and 90).
Now, remember that keybind command above?
You can bind graphics.fov to any button you prefer. For example, I use B and N like this:
bind b graphics.fov 60 and bind n graphics.fov 90
With this, you can now change FOV on the go. Wanna spot enemies hiding behind rocks long distance away? Or shoot easily with bolt action rifle? Just press B and then return to the normal view just by pressing N.
Just write bind command and the key you want to unbind and then replace the action which is bound to key with something random like – or adgagdfgaegadf if you feel like it 🙂
For example, if I’d like to unbind graphics.fov 60 from b I would write bind b asd
I hope you have found these commands useful and I do suggest using them.