One of the games that has really taken the gaming community by storm is the survival-horror game from Tango Gameworks called The Evil Within 2. The game has a lot of content and is far more lengthy than you might have expected, but it also has a special mode you may not have known about: a first-person mode.
How To Play The Evil Within 2 In First Person Mode
To use the command, you'll first have to activate the console. So, right click on the game in your Steam library and select 'properties'. Then, hit 'set launch options' and type in '+com_allowconsole 1' (without the quote marks). Once you've done that, hitting Insert in the game will bring up the console.
The command to activate first-person is 'pl_FPS 1' (again, without quotes), and that should do it. If that doesn't work, some players are inputting the 'toggle' command first, or 'idStudio', which activates cheat mode. So if the first command doesn't work, whack either of those in and try again.
And it works really well too! For anyone who's played the game, you'll know that there are some small sections where the game does go first-person, so developer Tango Gameworks obviously fully implemented the mode but made it unavailable as an option. It even appropriately zooms out to third-person on certain actions when you need it, like when Sebastian's grabbed by a zombie. Fortunately on PC we can get around that! It creates a completely different game and we can see ourselves replaying it just in this mode.
As you can see, it's not too dissimilar from Capcom's survival-horror outing earlier this year in the form of Resident Evil 7. There's actually a strong similarity between the two. The major difference, however, is that The Evil Within 2 feels far less claustrophobic compared to Capcom's title.