Every RLC player with some experience will tell you that your camera settings are as important as gaming skills. You shouldn’t doubt this because it is the truth. Amateur players spend a lot of time trying to figure their camera settings out.
In this post, we will profile Sizz camera settings. We believe that with his template, you should find it easy to set up your camera. Want to become a top player? Read on.
Sizz Camera Settings (Updated)
Here’s a salient fact about playing in the RLC. No matter how good you are at gameplay, you’d get nowhere with poor camera settings. This factor separates the amateurs from the big boys of the league.
We can help you jump over this hurdle easily. All you need to do is check through the camera settings of a top player like Sizz. Then you can tweak your settings to get better. Check out Sizz’s settings below:
- Camera shake – No
- FOV – 110
- Distance – 280
- Height – 110
- Angle – -3
- Stiffness – 0.45
- Swivel – 5
- Ball cam – Toggle
Compare these settings with yours to see where you are going wrong. By the way, if you notice that Sizz has new camera settings, reach us via our communication channels. This will help us update the settings and help other players.
Sizz’s Camera Settings vs. Experts’ Opinion
It’s interesting how top players tend to find and use settings different from the norm. While the experts prescribe settings, not all players stick to these settings.
In this section, we will compare Sizz’s camera settings with the opinion of the experts. This will help us see what he does differently.
Camera shake – No player ever leaves this feature active even though it comes that way by default. The feature makes your camera dilly dally at every impact as you play. This can be very distracting and will cause you to lose precision. Sizz follows the opinion of the experts on this one.
FOV – The field of view determines how much of the ball and surrounding field area you can see when playing. With higher figures, you get more view but this may stress your precision too. This is why experts prefer that you stick with a minimum of 100. At most, you can raise it to 110. Sizz again agrees with this opinion as he sticks with 110.
Camera distance – How far do you want your camera to be behind your vehicle? This feature is what determines this distance. The further you are from the car, the more of the surrounding you can see. However, it will make controlling the ball and dribbling quite difficult. Even though many players stick to 260, experts prescribe between 270 and 320. Once again, Sizz agrees with their opinion sticking to 280.
More about Sizz
Sizz’s real name is Emiliano Benny and he was born in the USA on the 5th of November, 1996. Currently, he is a content creator and coach with the Rocket League on the NRG Esports team. He has made over $29,384 coaching.