Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic, third-person survival horror shooter, The Last of Us 2, is finally here. The new PS4 exclusive is filled to the brim with menacing enemies such as Clickers, Stalkers, Shamblers, and a bunch of other quirky names that we all know are just zombies. While you’re out there fighting the bad guys with Ellie, you’re going to want to be able to turn really fast in tight situations. In case you need to do that, here’s how to quick turn in The Last of Us 2.
A lot of the time spent in The Last of Us 2 is the player having to crawl around and stealth their way around humans or the Infected to reach a certain point to progress the story.
Sometimes, people will come up behind you very quickly, and if you’re not quick enough, you will more than likely end up getting shot or just straight-up killed.
In order to react quickly in these situations, your character in The Last of Us 2 needs to do a quick turn move, which is a very simple thing to do.
How to Quick Turn in The Last of Us 2
In order to perform a quick turn move, just hold down on the left stick and quickly press the X button at the same time. If you do this correctly, you will turn around and face the other direction.
This technique is very helpful during intense and stressful combat scenarios. It’s also very good to use if you quickly need to run away from something or someone…
See? That wasn’t too hard now was it? Don’t worry, it took me a long time to figure it out as well. That’s all you need to know about how to quick turn in The Last of Us 2. For even more helpful tips and tricks, be sure to look into our expansive Guide Wiki –it’ll surely help you on your quest for revenge.
- The Last of Us Part II Is Game of the Year at The Golden Joystick Awards; Full Winners List Inside
- Best Buy’s Early Black Friday Sale Discounts The Last of Us Part II, Breath of the Wild & More
- The Last of Us Day Brings New Statues, Free Themes, Discounts, & More
- Naughty Dog Renames “Outbreak Day” Into “The Last of Us Day;” Has “A Lot of Exciting Things Planned”
- The Last of Us Part II Animator Explains How the Game’s Realistic Facial Expressions Came to Be