Madden 21 can be a completely different experience after changing slight mechanics in the game you may be so used to. One of those mechanics is the camera.
There are two ways to alter the camera angle you play with in different game modes throughout Madden 21, whether it be controlling a single player in franchise mode or an entire line up in Ultimate team. That's why we're here to help you experiment with different cameras to see if one changes your Madden 21 experience, and it's fairly easy.
How to Change Your Camera Perspective
The simplest way you can change your camera perspective can actually be done in any game. While at the line of scrimmage right before the snap, you can press up or down on the directional pad of either console controller. This allows you to either zoom out to get a view of most of the field sideline to sideline, or zoom up close to get a real close up view on the action in the pocket while controlling the pocket. In franchise mode when locked on a player, you can also use the directional pad to switch to a more player-central camera to lock on you player, so your focus can be on whatever play or route your individual player is running.
If you want to further change your camera setting outside of the game, you can go to the setting menu and scroll to the camera tab. From there, you have more accessibility to changing your camera angle in the games, in whichever game mode you want specifically.
If you want a different camera setting for franchise mode when locked on a player compared to when you're controlling your offense in play now or MUT, you can change that here to completely customize and personalize your Madden experience. Get as close to the field as you can to immerse yourself in the game or zoom all the way out to have complete vision for choosing your plays playing online against an opponent.