How to change the camera angle in Madden 23

Get the right angle.

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Sports games traditionally offer many different cameras angles a player can use while playing. These can range from close-ups that allow the user to be right on the field to overhead shots that give a glimpse of everything, to even broadcast angles that make the player feel like it’s a game on TV. Madden 23 users can cycle through a bunch of different angles, but in order to do so, you’ll need to know what inputs control the camera.

What are the controls to change the camera angle in Madden 23

During a game, you’ll want to direct your direction to the D-Pad on the Xbox series of consoles. The same directions apply to the PlayStation D-Pad. To change the camera angle in Madden NFL 23, hit either Up or Down on the D-Pad.

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Pressing Up on the pad will move the camera up, while hitting Down will, as you might expect, shift it down and towards the field. There are many camera angles in Madden 23, ranging from ones that are right behind the quarterback to even a broadcast angle that shifts the center right at the line of scrimmage. So, make sure to go through each one carefully before settling for a particular one.

Our recommendation is to try out a few in offline Exhibition play so that you can test various angles and get a bit used to one in a relaxed setting.