Warzone 2 FOV Console – How To Change

Warzone 2 FOV Console – How To Change
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Warzone 2 console players can finally make use of the FOV slider option that was previously exclusive to PC players. This particular in-game setting was often heavily debated in the previous iteration due to its inaccessibility on consoles. But now, Infinity Ward have decided to included the field of view adjustment option after fixing the issues they encountered in the past.

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With the inclusion of this feature on console versions worldwide, players are no longer arguing about its accessibility. Now that it’s widely available, users are asking a completely different question: how can you change the FOV sliders in Warzone 2? Here’s how you can adjust it in the game.

How To Change Console FOV in Warzone 2

To change the FOV slider on console, simply press the Options button to access the in-game menu. Then, head over to the game’s Settings by selecting the Gear icon. Next, select the Graphics tab denoted by the TV icon. Finally, you’ll have to press the View category. This will then contain the Field of View (FOV) option that you can adjust to your preference.

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The FOV slider essentially lets you see more or less of your surroundings depending on what you set it to. Its default setting currently sits at a value of 80 but you can always adjust it to to the maximum value of 120 or the minimum value of 60.

This feature was previously made exclusive to PC because Infinity Ward believed that the frame rate on previous gen consoles would be unstable. With most players now transitioning to current gen systems, these powerful platforms are now more capable of handling the high graphic output of the game.

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