it takes two controls guide

It Takes Two Controls Guide (PlayStation, Xbox)

If you’re just starting out in It Takes Two, or are just playing with a relative newcomer to games, then you may need to get to grips with which buttons do what. Fear not, though, as in this It Takes Two controls guide, we’ll be running through every last input on both PlayStation and Xbox platforms, so you’re ready for whatever Cody and May’s adventure throws at you.

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It Takes Two Controls on PS4/PS5 & Xbox One/ Series X|S

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The good news is that the controls are pretty basic, so it shouldn’t take too long to get used to them. Keep in mind that character abilities do change from chapter to chapter, so how you use these inputs will depend on the ability you’re trying to use.

Can You Use Mouse & Keyboard on PlayStation or Xbox?

No, you cannot use a mouse and keyboard on either console. You’ll have to instead use the standard controller.

There you have a complete It Takes Two controls guide, so you can get right into the action and save Cody and May from living out the rest of their lives as dolls. For more on the game, head over to our wiki or check out more of our coverage below.


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