Except you’ll be playing it with a controller, not a mouse, but what noise does a controller button even make? It’s kind of like a click, but also not like a click. And the bumpers and triggers make a different noise, so I suppose it depends what controller configuration the game uses. I’m probably overthinking this.
Anyway, Titan Quest is launching on consoles, so that’s something to get hyped about. What’s not something to get hyped about, though, is that the recently released and totally unexpected Ragnarök expansion isn’t included in this version of the game, for some reason. Boo.
Available in both a Standard Edition and Collectors Edition, Titan Quest for console features the original game and its Immortal Throne expansion, and it’s out on PS4 and Xbox One on 20 March 2018, and on Nintendo Switch “when it is done”, according to the press stuff.