The Last of Us 2 added gyro controls as part of its v1.05 update. For those who aren't familiar with the feature, gyro controls – or Motion Sensor Function, as it's referred to in the game – allow you to fine-tune your aim by tilting the DualShock 4 controller. You'll still need to use the analogue sticks to make larger motions, but tilting the controller will enable you to be more precise with your shots. As part of our The Last of Us 2 guide, we're going to show you how to enable the feature.
The Last of Us 2: How Do You Enable Gyro Controls?
To turn on gyro controls in The Last of Us 2, go to the Options menu, select Controls, and then scroll to Motion Sensor Function. You'll need to toggle the feature on, but you can also fine-tune the sensitivity to make it more or less responsive to your movements. We like the default settings, but your preferences may vary.
If, for whatever reason, you want to disable the feature again, simply repeat the steps above ensuring to disable the Motion Sensor Function. And that's all there is to it. Remember, if you haven't updated your game to v1.05 then you won't have the option for gyro controls as this was added in a post-release patch.
Will you enable gyro controls in The Last of Us 2? Fine-tune your aim in the comments section, and check out our The Last of Us 2 guide for much more information.