The settings menu in Hogwarts Legacy can be overwhelming. It has seven different sub menus, so there are certainly more than enough options for you to tailor the experience to fit just right. You can even turn almost all of the UI menus off. While you are playing through the early game, you may find the camera to be a bit slow or not responsive enough. We'd like to help. Here are the best camera settings in Hogwarts Legacy
Where to change camera settings in Hogwarts Legacy
If your game camera isn't behaving the way you would like it to, try going to your Gameplay Options Menu. To get there start by opening your Wizard's Field Guide, then select Settings from the bottom-right corner of the menu (or you can toggle over using the indicated buttons on the top bar). Once in the Settings menu, select the center icon from the column on the left hand side of the screen. It looks like a controller with a gear behind it. This is your Gameplay Options Menu.
At the bottom of the menu are your camera options. What we changed to improve our camera function was Camera Sensitivity, Camera Acceleration, and Follow Camera Speed. Increasing all of these values to about 1.3 felt pretty good to us, but you may need to raise or lower that a little bit more to your liking.
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We also recommend turning Motion Blur Off. This setting can be found under Display Options, the second icon on the left hand column that looks like a computer monitor. This way, when you do need to rotate your camera quickly, the world doesn't become a blurry mess.
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Hogwarts Legacy – Best camera settings