In order to perform at your peak in FIFA 22, you’ll need to fine-tune the game’s settings to suit your playstyle. In EA Sports’ new football game, you have a whole host of options at your fingertips, but the one you want to put the most stock in is your FIFA 22 camera settings.
With a number of different options in the game, including EA Sports GameCam, co-op, and tele-broadcast it can be hard to know which one is the best when it comes to seeing what is happening on the pitch. On top of that, if you are going to be playing competitively instead of in casual games, you will want to alter your settings so that you can get the leg-up on your opponent.
After spending a considerable amount of time with the game, we’ve put together this handy list of the best FIFA 22 camera settings. So if you’re looking to gain more vision for your upcoming Divisions Rivals match, have a play around with the settings below and let us know how you get on.
Here are our suggestions for the best FIFA 22 camera angles in both casual and competitive play.
FIFA 22 BEST CAMERA ANGLES – Casual
The best choice for casual play, this FIFA 22 camera angle allows you to see as much of the pitch as possible. Select the co-op camera angle here and set the height to 20 and the zoom to 0.
Tele-broadcast is the other option when it comes to the best camera angles in FIFA 22. Ultimately, the height and zoom of this camera is down to personal preference. However, a good rule of thumb is not to zoom in too far so you can’t see what is going on at the edges of the pitch.
FIFA 22 BEST CAMERA ANGLES – competitive
If you are looking to take on players in competitive modes, you are going to want to make some changes to the default settings.
Much like playing casually, the two best options are the co-op camera angle if you want a better overview of the pitch, or tele-broadcast, which is the option chosen by many FIFA pros.
As for the zoom and height, you are going to want to play around with the settings to find your preference. But, in order to perform at your best, you will need to set your zoom to something below 5, to ensure you can see enough of the pitch. As for height, a good range is somewhere between 8 and 15 so you are seeing the pitch from a middle perspective.
That covers our choices for the FIFA 22 best camera angles. Now that the game is out, why not get stuck into some of the other best options for your matches, including the best wingers, best strikers, and best kits in the game.
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