To change your camera angle in Madden 20, you’ll need to press either up or down on your directional pad, assuming you’re playing on either Xbox One or PS4. Think of up and down as plus and minus, one zooming in and the other zooming out further.
Change Camera Angle in Madden NFL 22
You need to go into Settings. You can do this by pausing the game and hovering over and clicking on the gear icon. This will open the game’s settings and from here you need to select the “Visual Feedback” option.
Like last year’s game, changing camera angles in Madden 22 is very easy, whether you’re changing the look dramatically or just making a quick change. First, you can change how close or far away the camera is from the action using the D-Pad on both PlayStation and Xbox.
From here, press B on Xbox or Circle on PlayStation to switch to a player with an ability position (QB, HB, WR, TE) – just like you would if you wanted to move someone. Then click your left stick twice (or press L3) to lock the player and allow the camera to zoom all the way out and pause.
However, to fully change the camera angles in Madden 21, you need to go to the settings menu and then select the “Cameras” tab. From there you can select from a number of different camera angles for almost every aspect of the game.
Madden 21 Camera Angle: How To Change
On the other hand, if you press the directional pad, the camera will move away. You can either stick with one style or constantly switch between the two to know exactly what’s happening. You can also change the camera distance by pressing the same button over and over again.
Select “Settings”. Scroll down to select Visual Feedback. Scroll down to the Cameras section. In this section you can set your preferred attack and defense settings, as well as toggle the camera switch or overtake camera ON or OFF.
There is an option in the settings that you can turn on or off that allows you to change the camera angle with the directional pad. When it’s on, use the directional pad up and down to toggle zoom camera angles.
The best camera settings in the game will vary from person to person. Personally, we prefer an endzone-oriented view because it gives us a good overview of the field and all the players on the team. Some may prefer an overhead view, which gives them an eagle’s-eye view of the field.
To change the camera angle, simply press up or down on the pad. Pressing up on the pad moves the camera up, while pressing down moves it down and toward the field, as you’d expect.