You will be able to match up with other players on the same console family in online sessions. Players on the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 versions of F1® 22 will be able to match up and play against each other. Similarly, players on the Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S versions of F1® 22 will be able to match up and play against each other.
This is the window that contains most of the general information about your current custom channels. A selected channels shows up with a blue background for the selection. The first column shows if a channel is private (locked/invite-only) or public. The Channel Name column lists the name of the channels you have currently joined. The Users column shows the number of online or offline members out of the total number of a members for a channel (Numbers don't always update as soon as member count changes). The Access Level column displays your rights level for a given channel. The commands for this window and split up between the top and bottom. The Join/Create field allows you to type in the name of the channel you wish to join or create. Whether the ad-hoc button at the end says join or create lets you know if an existing channel has already been created and has an owner. The Custom Channel system is Cryptic-wide, which means you should put some thought into your channel names if you don't want users from another game accidentally joining. The refresh button refreshes(usually) your current display of custom channels. The edit details button is for gaining access to mostly administration-type information/commands for a channel. The leave button causes you to leave your currently selected channel.
Below is a searchable list of 109 console commands from The Forest, these are commonly referred to as developer commands. All cheat codes in this table are from the latest version of the game on Steam (PC / Mac).
Console Commands are a alternative form of altering options of the game such as respective input keys and commands by using the Console, some settings can only be altered from there. Using the console is a requisite in order to use cheats.
In order to make use of these commands it's necessary to bring up the console first, most of the commands can only be used when the game is already started. Bringing up the console is simple and there are two ways for making use of it, the most simple although recommended way being going into the options menu and selecting the "goto console" option. The quicker way is by pressing the respective key located below the ESC key, if such key is not present or not working, its possible to workaround this by going over to the console from the options menu and inputing the following command: bind toggleconsole. This way you can activate the console from the desired input key. 2b1af7f3a8