Figment 2 Creed Valley: Complete Switch and PC Controls Guide, Tips for Beginners

Prepare for another musical action-adventure challenge as Figment 2: Creed Valley takes players back into the human mind.


Following the success of their release Figment in late 2017, Bedtime Digital Games is taking things another step forward with the upcoming release of Figment 2: Creed Valley. Their award-winning style continues in another musical fueled action-adventure game that takes place within the human mind.

The full game is set to release on May 15, 2022, but the demo for Figment 2: Creed Valley is already available to download and play on both Nintendo Switch and Steam. If you’re struggling with the teaser or want to make sure you’re ready for release, this complete controls guide with gameplay tips for single player and local co-op will ensure you’re prepared.


Figment 2: Creed Valley – Nintendo Switch Controls

  • Move: LS or D-Pad
  • Attack: Y or ZR
  • Roll: B or ZL
  • Use: A
  • Open Inventory: X
  • Start Menu: +

Companion Mode Co-Op Nintendo Switch Controls

  • Move: LS or D-Pad
  • Attack: Y
  • Roll: B

Figment 2: Creed Valley – PC Controls

  • Move Up: W
  • Move Left: A
  • Move Down: S
  • Move Right: D
  • Attack: Ctrl or Left Mouse Button
  • Roll: Space or Right Mouse Button
  • Use: E
  • Open Inventory: Q
  • Start Menu: Esc

If you choose to use a controller to play Figment 2: Creed Valley on PC, the exact buttons will depend on the controller model. You can see how a PC controller layout would apply to the game in the image above. The same layout should apply when using a second controller for local co-op.

Gameplay tips for Figment 2: Creed Valley

Figment 2 Creed Valley Screenshot

As you start feeling out the controls for Figment 2: Creed Valley, you’ll also start to be presented with progressively more difficult enemies. If you’re playing in single player mode, you’ll be controlling Dusty. The green bar on the left of the screen represents your health, and you can refill it by collecting green Endurance Orbs.

One of the first things to keep in mind is that these Endurance Orbs don’t always need to be collected right away. If you’re engaging in a fight and already have high health, leave them alone in case you take damage and need to heal after combat.

Another crucial realization is that you can roll forward through some attacks without taking damage. While boss battles with larger area of affect may make that difficult, individual enemies firing attacks at you can be taken advantage of. You’ll often need to close the gap with ranged enemies, and rolling forward through their attacks can help you get close enough to unleash a flurry of strikes.


If you’re playing in Companion Mode, the second player controlling Piper won’t be leading things. However, Piper does have some significant benefits, including not having a health bar. While Piper’s attacks are a bit slower, they can often approach enemies earlier and start whittling away at health while Dusty stays out of dodge.

Finally, a big thing you’ll need in Figment 2: Creed Valley is patience. Whether it be as you’re navigating a puzzle or engaging in a tough boss battle, sometimes the best thing to do is avoid damage and wait for an opening. If you simply rush in, it can often be disastrous.

We’ll know more about the challenges of Figment 2: Creed Valley when the full game is available, but right now these controls and tips will help you hold your own in the game’s demo. You can find more updates about the ongoing development of the title by following Bedtime Digital Games on Twitter.



Patches Chance

Hey yo, I’m Patches Chance. Everything started with my red Game Boy Pocket and a copy of Pokémon Red. A few decades, two BioShock tattoos, and one Pokémon tattoo later, I ended up here. I’ve also been an editor with RealSport and Daily DDT covering professional wrestling, and I’ve written for App Trigger and Dork Side Of The Force. You can find me basically everywhere @patcheschance.

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