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Project: Rubikon

#ScreenshotSaturday: Controls

Rubikon

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Take a look at our controller key bindings! It's basically based on Dark Souls because we love the fluent and intuitive control experience.
If your sword is sheathed, your character will draw it with a strike input first. You will also be able to perform a thrust attack while running.

There are a lot more dependencies but all in due time ;)

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https://rubikon.dev/
https://www.reddit.com/r/Rubikon_Game/
https://twitter.com/GameRubikon
https://www.instagram.com/rubikongame/




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