If you’ve been finding that your controls get a little bit finicky while you’re rounding corners in Elden Ring, or when you’re in narrow spaces, you might be wondering how to turn off automatic camera rotation in Elden Ring. You might find that the camera often fights you, causing you to temporarily lose control of your character or move the wrong way. Thankfully, there’s an in-game setting that fixes that very issue.
Turning Off Automatic Camera Rotation in Elden Ring
The setting that you’re looking for is Camera Auto Wall Recovery. This is a setting that is turned on by default, and it’s been a staple in FromSoft games since the Dark Souls days. It’s also the number one setting that you should turn off the second you get the game because it can cause so much trouble.
Press the Options button to bring up the menu, then select System. Under the Camera Options section, look for the option that says Camera Auto Wall Recovery, then press left or right on the d-pad to disable it, and you’re all set.
From this point on, you shouldn’t have any trouble with weird camera angles whenever you’re traversing narrow or close quarters spaces in Elden Ring, and should give you an easier time with the game overall.
That’s all you need to know about how to turn off automatic camera rotation in Elden Ring. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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