Best camera settings for Rocket League

Switch up your camera settings and play like an esports pro in Rocket League.

In Rocket League, knowing the best camera settings for your personal playstyle is a vital component to victory. Not only will it help you maneuver around the field, but it can also help you keep track of where your enemies and teammates are. Camera setting preference will vary from player to player, which means that picking the right settings for you comes down to trial and error. However, if you're looking for a good place to start, we’ve scoured through the camera settings of various Rocket League esports pros and highlighted a few of our favorites. Below, you’ll find some of the best camera settings for Rocket League!

The best camera settings for Rocket League

Base settings

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It's important to first look at your base camera settings in Rocket League. 
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Before we dive into the best Rocket League camera settings, we wanted to take a moment to highlight some stock settings as a point of reference. While these rules aren’t set in stone, it’s typically a good idea to start with the following stock camera settings in Rocket League.

  • Invert Swivel Pitch: Yes
  • Invert Spectator Pitch: No
  • Ball Cam Indicator: Yes
  • Hold Ball Camera: No

Additionally, you’ll find that most (if not all) pro Rocket League players prefer to keep their Camera Shake on the “off” setting. Beyond that, you can check the settings of various Rocket League pro players below, to get an idea of how they like to have their camera set up. Don't feel like you have to use exactly the same as them, because every person is different!

Kuxir97

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 105.00
  • Camera Height: 130.00
  • Camera Angle: -8.00
  • Camera Distance: 320.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.00
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 4.00

Lachinio

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 110.00
  • Camera Height: 100.00
  • Camera Angle: -3.00
  • Camera Distance: 230.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.70
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 3.20

Markydooda

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 103.00
  • Camera Height: 110.00
  • Camera Angle: -4.00
  • Camera Distance: 330.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.35
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 4.00
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Many esports pros prefer to keep the Camera Shake option on the "off" setting while playing Rocket League. 
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Deevo

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 110.00
  • Camera Height: 110.00
  • Camera Angle: -3.00
  • Camera Distance: 260.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.40
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 6.00

Paschy90

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 109.00
  • Camera Height: 110.00
  • Camera Angle: -3.00
  • Camera Distance: 280.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.45
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 5.00

Maestro

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 101.00
  • Camera Height: 110.00
  • Camera Angle: -6.00
  • Camera Distance: 320.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.40
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 5.00
Rocket League pro player camera settings
It will take a bit of trial and error to find the best camera settings in Rocket League.
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Remkoe

  • Camera Shake: No
  • Camera FOV: 102.00
  • Camera Height: 110.00
  • Camera Angle: -4.00
  • Camera Distance: 290.00
  • Camera Stiffness: 0.35
  • Camera Swivel Speed: 6.00

If you tried the aforementioned Rocket League camera settings and found they weren’t to your liking, you can head over to the Rocket League Liquidpedia page to see a complete list of camera settings used by the pros.

Again, it’s important to remember that everyone will have their own personal preferences when it comes to camera settings in Rocket League. By trying out a few well-known setups, you’ll likely have an easier time discovering which settings work best for you. By reading through this quick guide, you should now know some of the best camera settings for Rocket League. For more tips and tricks for the game, be sure roll those wheels over to our Rocket League hub page.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. Need something? Morgan can be reached at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or if you like, you can say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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