Demonologist Controls and Keybindings for PC - MGW

Demonologist Controls and Keybindings for PC


A team of four people, slightly sweaty, approach a darkened house. The abode has been reported many times for the sounds of a screaming woman emanating from deep inside of it, but there’s just one issue: it has been abandoned for years, and nobody has been seen coming or going there in just as long. 


One of the four, slightly braver than the others, approaches the door and turns the knob with painful slowness. You can tell they don’t actually want to see what’s inside. The others check their equipment and make sure everything works, and they all walk in as one. They shine their flashlights down the hallway and reveal the presence of a woman. A woman who seems to be slightly transparent. She releases a blood-curdling screech, and each member of the team jumps into action.


This is Demonologist, a game that I would be playing if I wasn’t such a chicken and had friends who weren’t similarly afraid of this type of game. It’s an up-to-four-player co-op ghost and demon exorcism game, and it’s brought to us by the mad lads at developer/publisher Clock Wizard Games. 


If you’re brave enough to take this game on, then you’re definitely going to need some help. I can’t make you brave enough to face the horrors the game has for you, but I can provide you with a Demonologist PC keyboard controls guide. It has everything you need to know in terms of controls, so keep it open while you play. Heck, it’s probably even a good excuse to switch your screen in the middle of an investigation when you get too scared.



All PC Settings



Keyboard Controls

  • Move Forward: W


  • Move Backward: S


  • Move Left: A


  • Move Right: D


  • Push to Talk: V


  • Interaction: E


  • Tablet: J


  • Sprint: Left Shift


  • Chat: Enter


  • Tool Interaction: Left Mouse Button


  • Drop Tool: G


  • Menu: ESC


Demonologist Items Guide – How to Use Every Item


  • Mike Alexander

    Mike has been playing video games since he was able to hold a controller, having been fascinated by Sonic 2 on his mom’s Sega Genesis. That fascination and passion for the art form has grown exponentially nearly 30 years later, and he doesn’t see that fading away anytime soon.

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