Titan Quest Controller Support Available on Mobile

Controller warriors, rejoice – the latest patch for HandyGames’ Titan Quest has unlocked controller support on both Android and iOS devices.

For those that would prefer touch controls, never feat – players will be able to switch between touch controls and controller input on the fly if they prefer.

A number of other changes have also made their way to the game. Those familiar with the PC version of the game will be pleased to know that the enemy highlighting effect that version has made its way to the mobile version. The attack button now shows the currently used weapon, and the XP bar design has been changed to show the current XP status permanently.

Subtitles have been added, and an option to reset the player position in the pause menu is also available. Finally a number of bug fixes have been made.

Originally released for the PC back in 2006, the mobile version of Titan Quest is an action RPG that has players fighting against hordes of legendary creatures across Greece, Egypt, and Babylon. For those who’d like to see this title in action, be sure to check out the official Titan Quest mobile trailer below:

Titan Quest Official Mobile Trailer // iOS & Android

Source: Press Release
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