Tower of Fantasy

Can You Play Tower of Fantasy Using a Controller?

Can you play Tower of Fantasy with a controller?

Tower of Fantasy is one of the most popular new games on the market for PC players right now, as fans just can’t get enough of this free-to-play MMORPG. One of the most important questions for many players not on mobile revolves around whether you can play Tower of Fantasy using a controller. Here is everything you need to know about if that is possible.

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Can You Play Tower of Fantasy Using a Controller?

The short answer is, yes, you can play Tower of Fantasy Using a controller, as long as it is recognized by your PC. The problem is that even if it is recognized, it’ll only work when you’re controlling your player character.

That means that you won’t be able to skip cutscenes or use your controller when you aren’t actually in the middle of gameplay. This can definitely be frustrating, especially when it comes to Tower of Fantasy’s menus and pop-ups. Just a few minutes into the game, there were multiple tutorials that aren’t able to be exited out of while using a controller.

How to Use a Controller in Tower of Fantasy?

All you have to do to play with a controller is plug it into a working USB port on your computer. When you do, it’ll automatically recognize the controller, and you can begin using it whenever you’re in combat or controlling your character.

That is everything you need to know about if you can play Tower of Fantasy using a controller. If you’re still looking for more content on the game, be sure to check out guides on the best anime character presets, weapon tier list, and much more down below.


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