You've probably come here because you've been frustrated by Antichamber looking for the W, A, S, D keys instead of the physical keys at their QWERTY positions. Or perhaps you want to use entirely different keys. This guide will show you how to configure Antichamber's key bindings to support your keyboard.
First, locate the game folder
The location of the game folder can be different for you, but fortunately Steam makes this easy. In Steam, right-click Antichamber and open Properties. Under Local Files, press Browse Local Files.
You should now see the game folder. Navigate to UDKGame\Config\ and open UDKInput.ini in Notepad. If you're a Linux user, open DefaultInput.ini instead.
On to the bindings!
Now you're looking at Antichamber's input configuration file. If it looks like the screenshot to the right, then you've got the correct file!
Now onward towards the bindings we're looking for. Search for the following text:
You've found it if you now see four lines starting like this: