Madden 21 is finally here, and it brings with it the usual slew of features and mechanics that are aimed at helping you maximize your efficiency and enjoyment of the game. Not all of them are readily explained to you in full detail though, which is why we’re here to walk you through how to change camera angles in Madden 21.
How to Change Camera Angles in Madden 21
Like with the last installment in the series, changing camera angles in Madden 21 is fairly simple whether you’re making small or radical changes.
For starters, you can change how close to or far away from the action the camera is with the D-Pad on both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. Pressing up will move the camera in closer to the action, while pressing down will bring the camera further out to give you a wider glimpse of everything going on.
Each press of each button amplifies the effect, so you can make gradual changes to find the distance that works best for you.
How to Change the Camera Perspective
To completely change camera angles in Madden 21 though, you’ll need to go to the settings menu and then select the Cameras tab.
From there, you can select from an array of different camera perspectives for almost every aspect of play in the game. You can alter how you view offensive and defensive plays; where the camera is positioned during passes; and even the camera settings for Franchise Player Role.
Fiddle with each of the settings to see which ones best fit your preferences, and before long you should be viewing each and every play from the best possible angle.
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