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Best Camera Settings in FIFA 23 for Competitive Play

The best camera settings in FIFA 23 help you get the best view of the pitch to develop better passing plays and shots on target.

One of the most important things to better your game in FIFA 23 is to adjust the camera settings to your preference.

This can mean all the difference since it allows you to see areas of the pitch you might not on the default camera setting.

Although some settings are preference, there are some that most professionals use that can help you get to Elite Division.

Best Camera Settings for Ultimate Team & Single Player

To change your Camera Settings in FIFA 23 to the best possible, follow these steps:

  1. First, you’ll need to navigate to your “Game Settings.”
    • If you are on the home screen, choose the Gear symbol to view the different Settings options.
    • If you are in a match, pause the game and choose the “Settings” option to bring up the different options.
  2. Choose “Game Settings.”
    • If you are on your home screen: Press R1/RB, and it will highlight “Camera Settings.”
    • If you are in-game: The first list of options will already be your “Camera Setting.
  3. Now choose the following settings:
    • Single Player Camera – “Tele Broadcast.”
    • Multiplayer Camera – “Tele Broadcast.”
    • Camera Settings – 11
    • Camera Zoom – 0
    • Pro Camera Zoom – 10 (Default)
    • Pro Camera Speed – 10 (Default)
    • Pro Camera Swing – 10 (Default)
    • Power Shot Zoom – Off
FIFA 23 Rivals Camera Settings

These settings will allow you to have a clearer view of the pitch. This will help with dribbling into open spaces and finding players that are open for passes. In the picture below, you can see that there is plenty of space and options visible with these camera settings.

FIFA 23 Rivals Camera

If you have one of the meta-lengthy players in FIFA 23, then you can make use of these open spaces even more efficiently.

Read More: How to Claim FIFA 23 Prime Gaming Pack

Best Camera Settings for Pro Clubs in FIFA 23

  1. First, you’ll need to navigate to your “Game Settings.”
    • From the home screen, choose the Gear symbol to view the different Settings options.
  2. Choose “Game Settings.” The first list of options appears for “Camera Settings.”
  3. Now choose the following settings:
    • Single Player Camera – “Co-op.”
    • Multiplayer Camera – “Co-op.”
    • Locked to Player Camera – “Co-op.”
    • Pro Clubs Camera – “Co-op.”
    • Camera Settings – 17
    • Camera Zoom – 3
    • Pro Camera Zoom – 10 (Default)
    • Pro Camera Speed – 10 (Default)
    • Pro Camera Swing – 10 (Default)
    • Power Shot Zoom – Off
FIFA 23 Camera Settings

These are the best camera settings when you’re going into Pro-Clubs and hoping to make the most of your time on the pitch. In the picture below, you can get a clear view of your teammates and of your opponents.

FIFA 23 Pro Clubs Camera Settings

But to make the most of these, you’ll also need to ensure you have the best possible Controller Settings as well.

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