The NBA 2K series has always offered players an impressive number of different ways to customize their gameplay experience. That includes the ability to change how one views the action. Here’s how to change camera angles in NBA 2K21.
How to Change Camera Angles in NBA 2K21
Changing camera angles is super easy in NBA 2K21, and there are lots of different options that should mean you’ll be able to find one you’re comfortable with.
Perhaps the only confusing element to this process is that you don’t actually change the camera angle until you’re in-game, playing a match.
So, once you’ve got a game booted up, simply bring up the menu by pressing options (PS4) / start (Xbox One), then scroll down to Camera and select it.
From there, you’ll have the choice between the following options: Drive, High, Nosebleeds, Parametric, Player Lock, Side, Skybox, Swivel, 2K, and 2K Low.
Just press the trigger buttons to cycle through the options — you’ll get a preview as you go.
If you’re not happy with the pre-set, you can actually further customize the exact specifications of each angle, including the level of zoom, height, key zoom, rev angle, auto flip, fix height, and flip style.
Just remember to save whatever adjustments you make to the presets once you’re done (you should get a prompt to save changes at the end).
Here’s a breakdown of the process for the tl;dr crowd:
- Once in-game, press options (PS4) / Start (Xbox One) to enter the options menu, then cycle to “Camera” and select that option.
- There are a bunch of preset camera options here, including: Drive, High, Nosebleed, Parametric, Player Lock, Side, Skybox, Swivel, 2K, and 2K Low. Select your preference using the triggers.
- To edit the presets, select from the different options, such as zoom, height, key zoom, rev angle, auto flip, fix height, and flip style.
- Remember to save before exiting.
Changing Options in Neighborhood Mode
Changing the camera angle in the online Neighborhood mode works a little differently since you can’t bring up the menu by pressing options. Instead, simply press right on the d-pad to change the camera set up.
That is everything you need to know about how to change camera angles in NBA 2K21. For more helpful tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our official wiki guide.
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