Skater XL is a skating game that looks much like Skate from 2007. Both games have a low camera angle and ragdoll physics that are hysterically terrible. Skater XL’s control mechanism, on the other hand, uses both analog sticks for board tricks. That means that even a simple kickflip might be better if you have a higher camera and can control your FOV precisely. So if you are wondering how to do this and what’s the best FOV settings to use in Skater XL then here’s our guide on this matter.
Best FOV Settings in Skater XL?
To adjust and get the best FOV settings in Skater XL, you need to download a mod called XL Graphics by Babbo. This mod gives you plenty of options like post-processing and camera settings including a FOV slider. There are plenty of other mods we can use but we found BabboSettings to be the best for FOV controls with its inbuilt slider.
You can alter the FOV and camera height in the camera area of the Babbo settings to make your game look better as you want it to. The best choice for the majority of circumstances and tricks is to select either Normal or Follow. The given slider will allow you to modify your FOV from here. The available options to set your camera are Normal, Low (which is already included in the game), POV (for an FPS-like experience), and Follow (which causes the camera to shift higher and follow you when you perform tricks).
If all comes into place and you find the best setting that works for you. This will help you to enjoy and thrive in the game. Skater XL also provides a built-in video editor, which can also be adjusted with the XL Graphics mod. Once you use the slider, you will be able to save clips with all your hard-learned tricks and moves. The modding community is thriving with various new mods and user-generated levels for everyone to explore.
That’s everything you need to know about the best FOV settings in Skater XL. While you are here, check out our Video Game Guides for more tips and tricks in all the latest games.