GTA V made its way to current-gen consoles earlier this week and brought a bulk of new features including the first person mode.
Almost everyone is loving the new look and feel of the game, but some players are facing issues getting a hang of the first person controls.
Due to this reason, Rockstar Games has posted some tips and tricks on its official website. First tip is for the players who do not like first person while driving, but use it when on foot and vice versa.
If you like the First Person controls while on foot, but prefer the Third Person view when in vehicles, you can set up the control scheme to automatically switch between these two perspectives – you just need to make sure the option to Allow Independent Camera Modes in the Settings > Display menu is set to On.
In addition, some tips have been provided for GTA V online mode as well:
Assisted Aim – Full: Lock-on targeting with a wide lock angle that allows for target switching (Sticky Aim in First Person only).
Assisted Aim – Partial: Lock-on targeting with a medium lock angle. The reticule slows down whenever it passes over a target (Sticky Aim in First Person only).
Free Aim – Assisted: Snap-lock targeting with a narrower lock-on angle (Sticky Aim in First Person only).
Free Aim: For the hardcore, no lock-on whatsoever.
Hopefully, these tips will help players who were experiencing problems in first person mode might get a better sense after reading these tips.