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Cuisine Royale: How to Change View (First-Person & Third-Person)

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Cuisine Royale: How to Change View (First-Person & Third-Person)

How to Change View (First-Person and Third-Person) in Cuisine Royale

There’s yet another game that’s hopped onto the battle royale bandwagon, and this time it’s Cuisine Royale. This culinary take on the phenomenon genre sees players wearing colanders as helmets, woks as breastplates, and eating an absolute ton of food if they want to heal back up. Oh, there’s also some bunny slippers that enable you to bounce really high which are pretty cool, too! Just like PUBG, Cuisine Royale allows players to change their view perspective between first-person and third-person on the fly. This is perfect for when you’re switching out of large, open areas, and smaller, more congested corridors or rooms. Here’s what you need to know to switch between both first-person and third-person view perspectives in Cuisine Royale.

By default, the game will drop you down in a third-person perspective so that you can see your character in their surroundings. If you want to switch to a first-person perspective which could be useful when using the different melee weapons in the game, you’ll want to simply press the right mouse button once. In a flash, Cuisine Royale will shift you into the first-person perspective, enabling you to get up close and personal with your enemy, and land melee attacks more effectively.

When you’re wanting to switch back to the third-person perspective, simply press the right mouse button and Cuisine Royale will have the camera pull right back behind your character again.

For most of the time we spent in the game, we tended to opt to use the third-person view, unless someone got all up in our face and we didn’t have a gun to take them down from afar.

That’s all there is to changing between the first and third-person view perspectives in Cuisine Royale. If you’re looking for more tips, tricks, and information on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

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A UK History graduate, Chris is a firm believer that Bioshock is the pinnacle of video game storytelling. He spends his days playing games, watching TV, or desperately attempting to improve his movie knowledge. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisJecks, or email him at [email protected]

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