Titan Quest Receives Controller Support for Mobile Devices

Titan Quest Controller

HandyGames has announced the release of controller support for Titan Quest on mobile devices. The game received a patch last week which unlocked controller support for Titan Quest both on iOS and Android devices. As of now, you can play Titan Quest with any controller of your choice. The game also supports on the fly switching between the touch and controller input making it easier for people to switch between their desired input method.

Apart from the controller support, the new game patch also added plenty of new game features as well. These include:

  • We added the enemy highlighting effect from the PC version to mobile
  • Changed the attack button to show the currently used weapon
  • Changed the XP bar design and now it can show the current XP status permanently
  • Added subtitles to the cutscenes for the supported languages
  • Added an option to reset the player position in the pause menu
  • Fixed NPC sound being broken after using fast game speed
  • Fixed getting no gold when selling items at The Gambler
  • And last but not least we fixed many, many other bugs, crashes and quest/cloud save issues, improving the game in general.

Titan Quest Controller

Titan Quest was originally released back in 2006 by THQ Nordic and the then developer Iron Lore Entertainment. The mobile release was after 10 years of its original release in 2016 for both iOS and Android.  This is the same year when the game was brought back to life on other platforms as well in the form of Anniversary Edition. However, it is astonishing to see that the developer, HandyGames, is still releasing updates for the mobile versions.

Titan Quest is an ARPG set in the Ancient World and features the story of a hero who is stuck in the battle between the gods and the Titans. The Titans have escaped their prison and are now wreaking havoc on the earth. It is now up to the hero who must turn the tide of the battle and determine the fate of both men and the gods.

Are you looking forward to jumping back in Titan Quest to try out the new controller support on mobile devices? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Founder of GamesHedge, Umair enjoys a wide variety of video games ranging from RPGs to racing games. Currently busy with The Crew Motorfest and Way of the Hunter.

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