There's a good chance you're experiencing some level of input lag when playing Diablo Immortal with a controller.
Input lag slows down your character's movements, especially when using analog sticks. There will be a noticeable delay between the moment you turn on the analog stick on the controller and the moment the character actually transforms into the game.
The following guide will show you how to fix controller delay in Diablo Immortal.
Table of contents 1) How to fix controller delay in Diablo Immortal 1.1) Toggle frame rate and vertical sync 1.2) Switch between Xbox controllers 1.3) Confirm battery levels
How to fix controller delay in Diablo Immortal
It is important to understand that Diablo Immortal is a relatively new version and is still in beta. The final build should then fix any persistent input lag issues.
Toggle frame rate and vertical sync on / off
The best known way to remove controller input lag in Diablo Immortal is to unlock frame rate and disable V-Sync.
Click the gear icon in the menu and open Settings. Select the Graphics tab on the left and set the frame rate to unlimited.
Once done, search for V-Sync in the same Graphics tab and disable the cumbersome feature.
Switch between Xbox controllers
Early reports point out that gamers using Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S controllers are more likely to face input lag in Diablo Immortal. This does not mean that other controllers give zero input delay. However, gamers believe that Xbox controllers provide higher input lag than.
Your best bet is to switch to another company like PlayStation's DualShock 4 or DualSense controller. You can also consider Nintendo's Joycon or Pro controllers. They should help you with your input lag problem.
Confirm the battery levels
Sometimes the simplest solution is right in front of your eyes. It is possible that the controller gives you input lag due to low batteries. Be sure to double check the controller's battery levels if you're playing wirelessly.
You can also connect the controller to your PC to confirm if the input lag is due to wireless playback.