MotoGP 24: How to Change Camera

MotoGP 24
Credit: Milestone

MotoGP 24
Credit: Milestone

MotoGP 24 has plenty of viewpoint options, but how do you change the camera to get the best view to suit your play style?

MotoGP 24 is a blast. We're enjoying the latest Motorbike Grand Prix game thanks to its more accessible controls and new Riders Market. To get the best view in-game, though, you need to have the right camera angle enabled.

So, how do you change this in MotoGP 24? We've got everything you need to know right here!

MotoGP 24 How to Change Camera

In MotoGP 24, there are five camera angles to choose from, and you can change which one is active at any time while out on the track. This setting isn't available in the menus.

The first camera angle you'll see in-game is the Follow angle, which places the camera behind the bike, giving you a third-person view of your rider and bike. You can see what it looks like below:

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This is likely the most popular camera angle in MotoGP and is very popular with inexperienced players. This view allows you to see the space around the bike but is close enough so you can react quickly.

To change the camera angle in MotoGP 24, press the touchpad on PS5 and PS4 and View button on the Xbox controller. These are the default settings, but you can also change the button mapping if you prefer.

Other camera angles

Beyond the third-person view, there are four other camera angles in MotoGP 24 you can select.

The second angle is Distant Follow. As the name suggests, this is a zoomed-out version of Follow. This gives you a wider perspective than Follow, but you'll be less connected with the rider and bike:

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There are two onboard camera angles with slightly different perspectives. See which you prefer in MotoGP 24. While these give you a better feel of the bike in Time Trial, things can get hairy in a race.

MotoGP 24 onboard camera
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Lastly, there's the Helmet cam, where your view will be obscured as if you're actually riding the bike with the helmet on. Even the sound is muffled like a real-life rider would experience.

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As cool as this is, it's only for the most experienced players, as the view and sound are more limited. You'll almost need to be able to ride the bike with your eyes closed to be quick with this camera angle.

For more on MotoGP 24, check out our review. You can also get more essential tips and tricks in our beginner's and setup guides.

Have you tried MotoGP 24 yet? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

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