Here’s a simple secret about Rocket League that most aspiring players don’t know. Find the best settings for your camera and you can become one of the greats. It’s that simple.
Mertzy is one player with a difference. Rather than play in the league, he does more of creating content relating to the RLC. In this post, we feature his Mertzy’s camera settings.
Mertzy Camera Settings (Updated)
The best players in the game have their specific camera settings. Before you begin playing RLC, the first thing you should do is sort out your camera. What better way to do this than to check out what settings the biggest players use?
Mertzy has been creating RLC content for a while. It will be wise to check out his camera settings and see if you need to make any changes.
- Camera shake – No
- FOV – 110
- Height – 90
- Angle – -12.0
- Distance – 230/270
- Stiffness – 0.90
- Swivel speed – 3.20
- Ball camera – Toggle
Mertzy made an update to some of his settings in one of his recent videos. This list of figures is based on that update. You will notice that for his camera distance he has two figures. This is because he switches between both.
Mertzy’s Camera Settings vs. Experts’ Opinion
The experts always have a specific formula. That’s great but to stand out, you may need to do something different. This is what separates regular players from top players. Let’s check out Mertzy’s settings to see if he has made any deviations.
Camera shake – This feature determines how your camera reacts while playing. It is set to active by default. We don’t know of an existing pro player that leaves it this way, neither does Mertzy. Leaving it active distracts you while you play, making you lose precision.
FOV – FOV stands for Field of View and it refers to how much of the field you can see while playing. The higher the value, the more field space you will see. While this seems good, experts feel it stresses the car so the average value is around 100. Mertzy deviates from this by setting his at 110.
Distance – This feature allows you to define the distance that the camera covers behind the car. With a higher number, you get more field space allowing you to see a lot of room. This makes controlling the ball and dribbling somewhat difficult. Top players stick with settings between 260 and 320. Mertzy falls within this range with his both values 230 and 270.
Camera height – This is the position in height of the camera in relation to your car. Looking at the settings on the game, it comes at 100 but experts believe it should move to 110 or, sometimes, 120. Mertzy doesn’t think so, he sets his at 90.
More on Mertzy
You probably think Mertzy is an RLC player. Yes, he plays, but not in the league. Mertzy’s original name is Mert Griezmann and he is from France. He is a content creator that uploads several RLC videos on his YouTube Channel.