Can You Sprint and Run in Tacoma?
The latest story-driven experience from Fullbright has finally arrived in the form of Tacoma. Players will find themselves 200,000 miles away from Earth as they explore the Tacoma space station, uncovering what happened there and how the crew members lived up there. With this being a “walking simulator” of sorts, a number of players are probably wondering if you can sprint and run in Tacoma to make the exploration a little bit quicker.
Unfortunately, from our experience with the game, we didn’t come across a button that enabled us to sprint and run. You’ll use WASD, your mouse (and its two buttons), and CTRL in order to move, look around, interact with objects, zoom in, and crouch on PC. If you’re playing on Xbox One or using an Xbox One controller, you’ll be using the analog sticks, the A button, right trigger, and B button to perform the aforementioned actions.
While being able to sprint and run in the game would allow you to finish it faster, the default walking speed isn’t as slow as you may have experienced in the likes of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, so it shouldn’t be too much of an issue.
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