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How to Fix Can’t Move the Camera in Scorn

Are you unable to move the camera in Scorn or is there a camera bug?

Scorn is an atmospheric horror game developed by Ebb Software that’s set in a nightmarish universe.

You’re isolated and lost inside a dream-like world where you’ll explore various regions.

Each location has its own story, puzzles, and characters that form a cohesive world.

You can acquire various skills, weapons, and items to understand the sights.

The game takes place in an open world with linked regions that have mazes with different rooms and paths.

There are no cutscenes, so you won’t be distracted from the reality of the world.

Experience your character’s body and movement, and interact with the world.

Your loadout is limited, so you need to think twice about fighting.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to fix can’t move the camera in Scorn on PC, PS4, PS5, or Xbox.

How to fix can’t move the camera in Scorn

Can't move the camera in Scorn

To fix can’t move the camera in Scorn, you need to increase your camera’s sensitivity.

Your camera is not moving because the sensitivity for it is too low.

Here’s how to increase your camera’s sensitivity:

  1. Press “Esc” on your keyboard.
  2. Navigate to “Settings”.
  3. Click on “Controls”.
  4. Select “Camera Settings”.
  5. Increase the sensitivity.

After you’ve increased the camera sensitivity, you’ll be able to move your camera.

Otherwise, increase the sensitivity more until you’re able to do so.

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