Given that previous games in the series have released on multiple platforms, it came as a bit of a surprise when we learned that Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 was Nintendo Switch exclusive. Now that it’s out in the wild, however, it’s proven a gaming experience well suited to the machine, with a gameplay loop perfect for handheld and local co-operative play. For those wanting to get the most out of everything the experience has to offer, here are all the supported controllers you can use.
All the Supported Controllers You Can Use in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3
Beyond just the appeal of the franchise itself, certainly what makes Ultimate Alliance 3 an exciting package is its co-operative mode. It makes the game’s emphasis on strategy and different party setups even more exciting when you can have a buddy take control of another hero.
So how does that work when it comes to using the controller itself? Well, just as it does in other local co-op games like Street Fighter 2 or Mario Kart: by using one Joy-Con per player.
As for single-player modes, players can use either a Pro Controller or a Joy-Con in either separate configuration or together in the grip.
That’s everything there is to know about the supported controllers you can use in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. For more useful tips and guides on the game, head over to our wiki page.
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