In Rocket League, players get the ability to tweak their camera settings thoughtfully.
Rocket League is one of the most played games globally, as it gives players, both casual and professional, the chance to take part in matches where precision and skill make the difference between securing a win getting wrecked.
That said, in Rocket League, players get the ability to tweak their camera settings thoughtfully, adjusting them for the best possible experience. But what are the best camera settings to play the game?
First, it’s very important that players disable the camera shake, as the effect will make it very difficult for players to hit the ball and control their car while at high speeds. That said, visibility is a main and decisive factor in the game, several players, including many pros, set their Distance, FOV, and Height to new values.
Players are advised to go for a Distance value between 260and 290 while setting FOV to the highest possible value and their Height to any value between 100 and 110. While many players also make changes on the camera Angle, Stiffness, Swivel Speed, and Transition Speed, these values can bring a lot of difference to the experience.
In most cases, it is best to keep them at Default. We also advise players to keep Invert Swivel on in most cases. Here are the best camera settings players should use for Rocket League:
As mentioned earlier, many of the settings need to be altered to players’ preferences, as many of them such as Angle can both really increase precision or, if figured out badly, can make sure players have a hard time hitting the ball. Players can play the game on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and on PC.