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@sick_boy87 It's particularly bad indoors and going around the staircases in towers. I usually switch to the zoomed in OTS aim mode to take my character out of the picture as much as possible on stairs. You can adjust the setting of the camera to one of two distances on console, but no FOV slider as you say.
You do become more used to it, but I've never felt as comfortable as I did with the Wildlands camera system.
True, indoors it is really bad and frustrating
I envy watching PC players videos on Youtube playing in glorious 90 FOV haha
This may or may not have a thing to do with your problem but in hopes that it helps, here it is. You may suffer from what I normally suffer in any game and more so in Shooter games. If the bobbing of the head in my character or player is a bit too much, soon I will feel dizzy and with a strong feeling to vomit. That is also true if the game doesn't have crosshairs and not so much if the field of view is short or far away. At least I have not tested that.
I think that just low FOV cause me this, because in Far Cry 6 happened the same to me.
Thanks for the reply anyway.
Hello, I bought this game after hearing all the love you gave to it after its release. The game is awesome, I love how customizable it is and I'm enjoying it a lot.
However, I have major issue, the default Field of View for consoles (I play on Xbox Series) is giving me headaches. It is too constrained. I wish it had a FOV slider as the PC versions, so I can increment it to 90 degrees. I don't care if it impacts performance a bit. I don't need more than 90 degrees. It should be easy to implement, since you have it already for PC.
Last week I returned Far Cry 6 for this same problem. But I'm liking Breakpoint so much that I don't want to return it this time.