The greats of the Rocket League all have one thing in common, standout camera settings. This is what separates them from regular players. Are you an aspiring RLC player? Let’s help you sort out your settings.
One of the biggest players in the world today is Scrub Killa. In this post, we will show you his camera settings. Ready? Let’s go.
Scrub Killa Camera Settings
Scrub Killa, like many top players, has a set of peculiar camera settings. This tells us something. You need to get your camera settings right to ride high in the RLC.
Why grope in the dark when you can check out and follow templates? Let’s take a quick look at Scrub Killa’s camera settings template below:
- Camera shake – No
- FOV – 110
- Height – 100
- Angle – -4.0
- Distance –270
- Stiffness – 0.70
- Swivel speed – 7.00
- Transition Speed – 1.20
- Ball camera – Toggle
Do you think these settings have changed in recent times? If you have different figures, share them with us via our communication channels. Meanwhile, you can check to see if you need to make adjustments to your camera.
Scrub Killa Camera Settings vs. Experts’ Opinion
The first thing you should note here is that there is no one-size-fits-all option for camera settings. It all depends on what the player prefers. However, the experts have their opinion and it will be nice to know what it is.
Many top RLC players make a few tweaks to the original opinion that experts present. Let’s see whether Scrub Killa has made any.
Camera shake – No known player likes to leave their camera shake option active. This feature seems to be a huge distraction when active because your camera reacts to every movement. When you leave it on, you’ll also lose precision. Scrub Killa knows this and sticks to the norm.
FOV – FOV is also known as Field of View. It refers to the size of the field that you want to see when you play. The lesser the FOV value, the less field space available to you. Experts think you shouldn’t have a high value and prescribe that you stick with 100. Scrub Killa takes it a little higher, working with 110.
Distance – As the name implies, it relates to how much distance you have between the back of your car and the camera. Higher values give you more space. More space translates to difficulty with ball control and dribbling. For this reason, the experts think values around 260 and 320 are best. Scrub Killa agrees with this as he uses 270.
Camera Height – This feature describes how high the camera is above your car. The default settings come at 100. Experts raise it to 110 and, in some cases, 120. Scrub Killa is fine with the default settings, leaving his untouched at 100.
More on Scrub Killa
Scrub Killa was born on the 8 of May 2003 as Kyle Robertson. He is of Scottish origin and he plays in the Rocket League full time. Scrub Killa has earned more than $207,021 playing.
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