NASCAR 21: Ignition is the next evolution of the iconic American racing franchise. Motorsports Games took a lot of time to ensure both the tracks and cars were faithfully recreated in this new racing game. The tracks NASCAR fans know and love are all here, but it’s not just that. Many of the drivers have been added to the game as well.
The game has a lot going on. The core focus of this launch seems to be hardcore sim-focused fans. With the intense physics at play, competition is fierce, and folks want to have fun. One of the most important parts of that is the ability to see properly. You need to be able to see your car and where it’s headed. There’s also a need to get your view of the other drivers. And that means you will need to change the camera angle in NASCAR 21: Ignition.
This is a process that’s fairly simple once you learn how. To change the camera angle in NASCAR 21: Ignition, scroll over to the Options in the Main Menu. Once you’ve done that, select the General tab. This will open up a bunch of the options you can change. There will be a selection there for Default View, go to that, and change the option what you want.
Here are the camera angle options you have:
- Far Chase
If you’re out on the track, there’s another way to change the camera angle in NASCAR 21: Ignition. Press RB for those on Xbox, or R1 on PlayStation to swap camera options on the go.