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The Ability Book, Sneaking On/Off, and other controls in Divinity Original Sin 2 are displayed with images in tables. The PS4 and XONE controls include movement, selector mode, rotate/zoom camera, tooltips on/off, party selection, cancel action, end turn, and more. Users can access the hot bar, accept and default actions, panel selection, tactical view, force splitscreen, and attack mode.

Turn Sneak Mode On/Off

View Map

Access Pause Menu

FAQ

What are the different types of controls in Divinity Original Sin 2?

There are several types of controls in Divinity Original Sin 2, including:

  • Stunned: A stunned character is unable to act and will lose their turn. They can still be targeted by attacks and spells.
  • Charmed: A charmed character will be friendly towards the enemy and will not attack them. They will also be unable to be targeted by attacks or spells from the enemy.
  • Frozen: A frozen character is unable to move or act and will lose their turn. They are also immune to fire damage.
  • Petrified: A petrified character is unable to move or act and will lose their turn. They are also immune to poison and piercing damage.
  • Knocked down: A knocked down character is unable to move or act and will lose their turn. They are also vulnerable to melee attacks.

How can I prevent my characters from being controlled?

There are several ways to prevent your characters from being controlled in Divinity Original Sin 2:

  • Wear gear with resistances: Some gear will give your characters resistances to certain types of control, such as stun or charm.
  • Use skills: Some skills will give your characters immunity to certain types of control, such as clear mind, which gives immunity to charm and fear.
  • Spread out: If your characters are too close together, they are more susceptible to area of effect controls, such as freezing or stunning. Try to keep your characters spread out to avoid this.
  • Use terrain: Some terrain, such as oil or water, can be used to your advantage to prevent enemies from reaching your characters or using certain types of attacks or controls.

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