Dragon's Dogma 2 PC Keyboard Controls Guide - MGW

Dragon’s Dogma 2 PC Keyboard Controls Guide

Dragon's Dogma 2 PC Keyboard Controls Guide

In the open-world game scene, it’s rare to jump from one adventure to another without a hitch, but Capcom nails it by blending all those beloved gameplay elements… Dragon’s Dogma 2? Totally rocks with its intense combat, the thrill of exploring, & those unforgettable moments. It’s like a nod to the golden days of gaming, where finding secrets & sharing them with your crew was the whole point. This game’s a tribute to veteran gamers, stuffed with nostalgia & discoveries. Might not be everyone’s cup of tea, especially the new generation used to more guided games like Assassin’s Creed.

 

And this guide right here? Lists all the PC keyboard controls & keybindings for Dragon’s Dogma 2—a real lifesaver for a quick catch-up.

 

 

PC Keyboard Controls & Key Bindings

  • Press W to move forward.

 

  • A makes you step left.

 

  • Use S to move backward.

 

  • D for stepping right.

 

  • Shift is your dash button.

 

  • Hit Space to jump.

 

  • F lets you examine things.

 

  • Look up by pressing I.

 

  • J moves the camera left.

 

  • Press K to look down.

 

  • L for looking right.

 

  • Reset the camera with the Middle Mouse Button.

 

  • 1 commands your pawn to go.

 

  • 2 calls them back to you.

 

  • Use 3 to ask for help.

 

  • 4 tells them to wait.

 

  • A quick Left Mouse Button click for a light attack.

 

  • V is your heavy attack.

 

  • Right-click (Right Mouse Button) for special actions.

 

  • Ctrl switches weapon skills.

 

  • E to grab things.

 

  • Throw with a right-click (Right Mouse Button).

 

  • X sheathes or draws your weapon.

 

  • T for a quick health boost.

 

  • G replenishes your stamina.

 

  • R toggles your lantern.

 

  • B opens the items menu.

 

  • P for the pause menu.

 

  • Press Tab to view the map.

 

  • Fernando

    Fernando is doing what he always did, sharing his honest opinions about games whenever he can. The difference is now he is writing and not talking about it.

    View all posts
Subscribe
Notify of
guest

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x