Using WASD movement controls in the Diablo 4 beta would be a great way to save some work for your fingers. If you’ve played a Diablo game on PC before, you already know you do a lot of clicking. Clicking to move, clicking to attack, clicking to interact. It can get tiring. With that in mind, you might be wondering if you can use more traditional controls in Diablo 4, as you can in Diablo Immortal. Here’s what you need to know about WASD movement as an option.
Does Diablo 4 Have WASD Movement Controls?
Unfortunately, the answer to whether or not you can use WASD movement controls in the Diablo 4 beta on PC is no, you can’t. At least for now, the functionality isn’t an option.
Diablo 4‘s movement controls on PC are assigned to a single button. By default, that’s the left mouse button (LMB). Your character will move to wherever your mouse pointer is on-screen when you click or press it.
Attacking and interacting with things are also assigned to the same button by default, though you can unbind the attack function at the expense of a skill slot.
Blizzard may add the option for WASD control support later on; after all, it’s in Diablo Immortal. In the meantime, however, folks looking to play on PC but click a little less should probably take advantage of the game’s controller support.
Since you can’t use WASD controls on PC, you’re stuck clicking or rebinding movement to another key. We’ll update this guide if anything changes as we approach release this June. For more on Diablo 4, be sure to check out our guides hub.