Great news for PC gamers and fans of the Dungeon Siege series, as Obsidian announced that the much-anticipated patch for Dungeon Siege 3 will be released this week. This update will include two of the most talked about features folks have wanted for the PC version.
According to Obsidian’s blog, this new update will be released this week via Steam and will offer Keybinding, as well the ability to move left and right. The company states that has been listening to its fanbase and this promised patch will fix most of the game’s issues and bugs.
As Obsidian writes at its blog about the afforementioned two major features:
Keybinding: Don’t like some or all of the default key controls in DS3? Fear not! With the new keybinding tab in the Options menu, you’ll be able to remap the controls to however you prefer them. Each control option has two bindable keys, so if you like having one function controlled by two different keys, that is available as well. (As an example, some people might like having both W and Up Arrow as options to move forward.)
Move Left and Right: In addition, we’ve added two new controls that will allow you to move left or right (think strafing.) For example, if you’d rather have A and D on your keyboard move your character left and right respectively instead of rotate the camera, you’ll now be able to set that as well.
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