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    Screw trying to play this with a controller lol

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    inb4 some nintendork is sad cause no mention of a Switch release..



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    Ins0mn1ac wrote:
    Screw trying to play this with a controller lol
    Are you joking? Controller works fine for the Original Sin games. They are turn based isometric RPGs. Very controller friendly.

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    ChrisB wrote:
    Are you joking? Controller works fine for the Original Sin games. They are turn based isometric RPGs. Very controller friendly.
    Oh ok I never actually tried playing this type of game with a controller before. Just assumed it would be awkward and clunky. Actually when I think about since its turn based, the speed & precision of a mouse wouldn't be a necessity so I guess a controller would be fine after all

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    Both games have a dedicated and custom controller UI and set up. I played a lot of the game on my TV using an XBox One controller. Ended up being my preferred control scheme just for the ease of overland movement and camera control.

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    Looking forward to this 😀

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    About time! yay

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    Best news all year! I was seriously considering getting a PC just for this game lol

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    Hold the phone, just watched the trailer... "Dynamic Split screen".... So will this support couch co-op?!?

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    It does on the PC, so assume it will on the console too.

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    ChrisB wrote:
    It does on the PC, so assume it will on the console too.
    Wow really? Couch co-op on a PC must be a pretty niche market I would have thought

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    MockStar wrote:
    Wow really? Couch co-op on a PC must be a pretty niche market I would have thought
    The game sought a lot of feedback from backers, and it was something requested a lot. It works perfectly as well. I've played a few co-op sessions. I prefer solo, but the fact you don't have to agree with your co-op partner(s), or can screw with them just makes for some awesome times.

    Apparently there were a lot of couples that like to play together. It was a feature asked for a lot for in Original Sin 1 as well.

    Larian are all class imo. Swen is a ****ing champion, and I am so very happy that DOS2 is doing so well for them.