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Maliken

Do you feel dizzy when you play BnS

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I'm currently playing Bns Kr as a lv 40 Destroyer and I have to say that every time I play the Destroyer class I would feel so dizzy because of the constant hitting Tab button and spin spin spin. So i would like to know how can I overcome this, but when I was playing my lv 33 Blademaster I didn't get the feeling of dizziness at all.

However I really want Destroyer to be my main so I have to find a way to overcome this can anybody give me suggestions plz?

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no dizziness. just your silly-ness. :big_smile:

from past experience the main reason why a gamer can feel dizzy is from using a camera view that is too far out/close to the action with constant camera turning. that is, things like first person shooters, anything that makes you watch from a first person view. switching to 3rd person view always helped me a lot, so try that, always have your camera zoomed out to maximum when you battle. my gaming dizziness is always because of this^.

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Just lol, totally no. I feel rather more excited than anything.

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Maybe you should stop spinning the Camera with your Character while spinning :)

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no dizziness. just your silly-ness. :big_smile:

from past experience the main reason why a gamer can feel dizzy is from using a camera view that is too far out/close to the action with constant camera turning. that is, things like first person shooters, anything that makes you watch from a first person view. switching to 3rd person view always helped me a lot, so try that, always have your camera zoomed out to maximum when you battle. my gaming dizziness is always because of this^.

DayBreeze is right, the view and how much you have to turn the camera is what causes you this much dizziness. First-person shooters are infamous for this. Try a view that is further or maybe closer depending on where you are.

The great thing about B&S is that the camera can be adjusted easily and freely.

Maybe you should stop spinning the Camera with your Character while spinning :)

:laugh:

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FOV (Field of view) is best adjusted at a distance for B&S. But like mentioned above, you need to consider how close or far from your screen you are.

If you are playing from a TV, with couch distance, you should try zooming in some.

If you're playing from a monitor, with desk/chair distance, try zooming out.

It all depends on how your eyes adapt.

But you know, it could also be something else entirely, so be careful.

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I'm playing on a 25 inch monitor and stay about 30 inch away from it. I have to admit that every time i hit the tab key I also turn the camera angle as well lol ^^" .

'Btw I dont know how to I change the camera distance in the UI because it's all in korean can someone help me on this please?

And thank you very much for the suggestions. :D

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I have to admit that every time i hit the tab key I also turn the camera angle as well lol ^^" .

Im a genuis!

I dont know if there is an option to increase the max distance of the camera. Simply use your mousewheel and zoom out as much as possible

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Never had this happen to me haha. That could have some bad sideeffects.

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stop spinning yourself when your destroyer is spinning = dizzness gone!

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