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    Diablo Immortal: Full List of Supported Controllers

    Diablo Immortal officially supports a range of controllers on PC and mobile.

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    In case you were wondering, yes, Diablo Immortal features a range of officially supported controllers on PC and mobile.

    Here is the complete list of supported controllers for Diablo Immortal on all platforms, including PC, Android, and iOS devices:

    Supported Controllers for iOS

    • Backbone One Controller
    • Razer Kishi
    • Rotor Riot Controller
    • SteelSeries Nimbus
    • Sony DualSense
    • Sony Dualshock 4
    • Xbox Elite Controller Series 2
    • Xbox Adaptive Controller
    • Xbox One Controller
    • Xbox Series X/S Controller
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    Supported Controllers for Android

    • 8bitdo SN30 Pro Controller
    • Razer Kashi
    • Sony DualSense
    • Sony Dualshock 4
    • SteelSeries Stratus Duo
    • Xbox Adaptive Controller
    • Xbox Elite Controller Series 2
    • Xbox One Controller
    • Xbox Series X/S Controller

    Supported Controllers for PC:

    • Logitech Gamepad F510
    • Logitech Gamepad F710
    • Nintendo Switch Joycons
    • Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
    • Sony DualSense
    • Sony Dualshock 3
    • Sony Dualshock 4
    • SteelSeries Stratus Duo
    • Xbox Adaptive Controller
    • Xbox Elite Controller
    • Xbox Elite Controller Series 2
    • Xbox One Wireless Controller
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    While you don’t need a controller to play the game, using one might feel better, especially on mobile as you get a more comfortable grip, especially if you’re going to play for a long time. On PC, you can opt for a controller, or for your trusty keyboard and mouse. In the game, you can rebind the game’s controls, so you can select WASD for movement, or go with the classic Diablo-style mouse click to move.

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    Diablo Immortal is out now in the West and in select countries in Asia. Meanwhile, the game will release in SEA, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau on June 23.

    In case you haven’t yet, you can check out our hands-on impressions of the game here.

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.

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