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Darksiders 3 Guide

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Controls in Darksiders 3 Darksiders 3 Guide and Walkthrough

This page of Darksiders 3 guide contains controls for all versions of the game (PC, PS4, and XONE) We've also listed various options that can influence, for example, the behavior of the camera.

Controls in the PC version of Darksiders 3

The following table shows all keys for the PC version.

{ramkaniebieska}Warning - the keyboard scheme for Darksiders 3 is not very friendly - playing with a keyboard and mouse may cause a lot of problems, e.g. inability to switch targets fast enough or choosing targets for a ranged attack. If possible, we advise you to use a gamepad, so the gameplay is less frustrating.{/ramkaniebieska}.

Movement - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Movement

Look around - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Look around

Jump - depending on the active power, additional movements may appear when you press or hold the jump key again - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Jump - depending on the active power, additional movements may appear when you press or hold the jump key again.

Swim up

Interaction / picking up loot - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Interaction / picking up loot.

Dive

Walk on / off - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Walk on / off.

Running - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Running

Basic attack (whip) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Basic attack (whip).

Secondary attack (the weapon depends on the chosen Hollow) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Secondary attack (the weapon depends on the chosen Hollow)

Salvation is a throwable weapon unlocked later in the game - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Salvation is a throwable weapon unlocked later in the game.

Dodge - if you dodge moments before being hit by the opponent, youll be able to return with a strong counterattack involving primary or secondary weapon - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Dodge - if you dodge moments before being hit by the opponent, you'll be able to return with a strong counterattack involving primary or secondary weapon.

Aim mode - useful if you want to use Salvation or throw a caught beetle - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Aim mode - useful if you want to use Salvation or throw a caught beetle.

Target Lock - the game locks the camera on the enemy, which is very useful during fights with strong single opponents - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Target Lock - the game locks the camera on the enemy, which is very useful during fights with strong single opponents.

Cycle target left - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Cycle target left.

Cycle target right - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Cycle target right.

Use consumable - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Use consumable.

Scroll Consumable left - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Scroll Consumable left

Toggle Nephilim Respite (the most powerful healing ability) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Toggle Nephilim Respite (the most powerful healing ability)

Choose Flame Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Choose Flame Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game)

Choose Storm Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Choose Storm Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game)

Choose Force Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Choose Force Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game)

Choose Stasis Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Choose Stasis Hollow (you first need to unlock it by progressing in the game)

Clear Hollow Form - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Clear Hollow Form

Wrath Attack - available only when the red gauge is full - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Wrath Attack - available only when the red gauge is full.

Havoc Form - transformation is available only after the ability is ready - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Havoc Form - transformation is available only after the ability is ready.

Character menu - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Character menu.

Equipment / Inventory - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Equipment / Inventory.

Pause menu - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Pause menu.

Controls in the PS4 version of Darksiders 3

The following table represents the controls in the PlayStation 4 version. Some features require you to press two buttons at the same time.

Movement - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Movement

Running - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Running

Look around - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Look around

Aim mode - useful if you want to use Salvation or throw a caught beetle - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Aim mode - useful if you want to use Salvation or throw a caught beetle.

Clear Hollow form - you need to hold the button - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Clear Hollow form - you need to hold the button.

Target Lock - the game locks the camera on the enemy, which is very useful during fights with strong single opponents - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Target Lock - the game locks the camera on the enemy, which is very useful during fights with strong single opponents.

Interaction / picking up loot - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Interaction / picking up loot.

Dive

Basic attack (whip) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Basic attack (whip).

Secondary attack (the weapon depends on the chosen Hollow) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Secondary attack (the weapon depends on the chosen Hollow)

Jump - depending on the active power, additional movements may appear when you press or hold the jump button again - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Jump - depending on the active power, additional movements may appear when you press or hold the jump button again.

Swim up

Throw (for example, Salvation or a caught beetle) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Throw (for example, Salvation or a caught beetle).

Dodge - if you dodge moments before being hit by the opponent, youll be able to return with a strong counterattack involving primary or secondary weapon - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Dodge - if you dodge moments before being hit by the opponent, you'll be able to return with a strong counterattack involving primary or secondary weapon.

Use consumable - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Use consumable.

Scroll Consumable left - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Scroll Consumable left

Scroll Consumable left - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Scroll Consumable left

Inventory - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Inventory.

Menu - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Menu.

1 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

2 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

3 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

4 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

5 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideWrath Attack - available only when the red gauge is full - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Wrath Attack - available only when the red gauge is full. Both buttons must be pressed simultaneously.

6 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideHavoc Form - transformation is available only after the ability is ready - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Havoc Form - transformation is available only after the ability is ready. Both buttons must be pressed simultaneously.

Controls in the XONE version of Darksiders 3

The following table represents controls in the Xbox One version. Some features require you to press two buttons at the same time.

Movement - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Movement

Running - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Running

Look around - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Look around

Aim mode - useful if you want to use Salvation or throw a caught beetle - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Aim mode - useful if you want to use Salvation or throw a caught beetle.

Clear Hollow form - you need to hold the button - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Clear Hollow form - you need to hold the button.

Target Lock - the game locks the camera on the enemy, which is very useful during fights with strong single opponents - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Target Lock - the game locks the camera on the enemy, which is very useful during fights with strong single opponents.

Interaction / picking up loot - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Interaction / picking up loot.

Dive

Basic attack (whip) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Basic attack (whip).

Secondary attack (the weapon depends on the chosen Hollow) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Secondary attack (the weapon depends on the chosen Hollow)

Jump - depending on the active power, additional movements may appear when you press or hold the jump button again - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Jump - depending on the active power, additional movements may appear when you press or hold the jump button again.

Swim up

Throw (for example, Salvation or a caught beetle) - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Throw (for example, Salvation or a caught beetle).

Dodge - if you dodge moments before being hit by the opponent, youll be able to return with a strong counterattack involving primary or secondary weapon - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Dodge - if you dodge moments before being hit by the opponent, you'll be able to return with a strong counterattack involving primary or secondary weapon.

Use consumable - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Use consumable.

Scroll Consumable left - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Scroll Consumable left

Scroll Consumable left - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Scroll Consumable left

Inventory - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Inventory.

Menu - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Menu.

7 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

8 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

9 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

10 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideSelect Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Select Hollow Form - both buttons must be pressed at the same time.

11 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideWrath Attack - available only when the red gauge is full - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Wrath Attack - available only when the red gauge is full. Both buttons must be pressed simultaneously.

12 - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 GuideHavoc Form - transformation is available only after the ability is ready - Controls in Darksiders 3 - Appendix - Darksiders 3 Guide

Havoc Form - transformation is available only after the ability is ready. Both buttons must be pressed simultaneously.

Additional controls in Darksiders 3

 

The controls and user interface options are located in the same tab in the settings menu. The available options are as follows:

  1. Vibration - you can turn the controller vibration on or off (if you have such an option).
  2. Invert X-Axis / Invert Y-Axis - you can invert the X-axis and Y-axis separately.
  3. Y-Sensitivity / X-Sensitivity - you can change the sensitivity of the reaction to the rotation of the camera on the X axis and on the Y axis (separately for each of them).
  4. Camera Auto-Center - you can enable or disable the automatic return of the camera to the center position showing the controlled character.
  5. Quick Weapon Snap - you can enable or disable the option to quickly switch between available weapons.
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