FIFA 22 has almost arrived and the excitement is starting to rapidly build for the game's launch at the beginning of October.
EA Sports are releasing the 29th instalment of their virtual football sim since their first launch back in 1995 - bringing all-new HyperMotion Technology to the table this time around with over 4000 newly-added animations in-game to provide a different feel as far as gameplay is concerned.
Every year, the FIFA community are always looking to get the upper hand, whether it's using certain tricks to shoot better or the best tactics using a particular team to achieve glory in Career Mode.
But some of the most basic settings in the game can be overlooked for other gameplay techniques, with the designated camera angles on offer to gamers being one of them.
We compiled a shortlist of what we believe the best camera settings are in FIFA 22.
FIFA 22 Best Camera Settings
If you have been lucky enough to play FIFA 22 as part of the beta or EA Play trial, you may have discovered that the default 'EA SPORTS GameCam' may have thrown you off slightly from what you were used to in FIFA 21. However, if this is the first FIFA you have purchased for some time, then this may not directly refer to you.
Of course, this will all come down to personal preference. But this is what we believe are the best camera settings for each game mode in the settings menu:
- Single Player Camera: Tele Broadcast
- Multiplayer Camera: Tele Broadcast
- Pro Clubs Camera: Tele Broadcast
- Be a Keeper Camera: Tele Broadcast
- Camera Settings: Custom
- Camera Height: 18
- Camera Zoom: 3
Alternatively, if you would rather have a broader scope of the entire pitch without having to rely's on the game radar, then you can go with the following:
- Single Player Camera: Co-Op
- Multiplayer Camera: Co-Op
- Pro Clubs Camera: Co-Op
- Be a Keeper Camera: Co-Op
- Camera Settings: Custom
- Camera Height: 20
- Camera Zoom: 0
There is no right or wrong answer here, as mentioned above, it is all down to what you are comfortable with. We can understand why the developers have introduced the EA SPORTS GameCam as it can be a more immersive experience for some.
Feel free to have a play around with the settings yourself and get in touch with us to let us know how you play, or will be playing FIFA 22.
FIFA 22 will be released on 1st October 2021 for PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.
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