Asphalt 9 Controls (Settings) Guide

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Asphalt 9 is a unique mobile racing game. The combination of great graphics and good optimization makes the game to be an art. Players can choose from over 50 vehicles and customize them. In this guide, we will tell you about the control settings in the game.

Controls Settings in Asphalt 9

In addition to a wide variety of cars and tracks, the game also has several types of controls. There are three of them and each is unique in its way.

The first option is TouchDrive. This control setting is ideal for beginners who want to get to know the game, get used to the speed, and explore the tracks. Using this control, you do not need to turn the car, the system does it for you. This is convenient, however, only at the beginning of the game, since you can unleash the full potential of the car only when you fully control it.

The second option is Tap to Steer. This setting allows you to turn left, right and brake. In other words, you have complete control. However, with such controls, it is quite difficult to drift. This setting should be used by all players who have already been playing for a month and a half with the TouchDrive setting.

And the third option is Tilt to Steer. This is the most difficult, but also the most effective control setting. You control the turns by tilting your device. Many pro players use Tilt to Steer. Also, you can adjust the Sensitivity. It all depends on your preference, try different sensitivity settings and you can find the perfect one for you.

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