In Planetside 2's optimizations, there is an option called Vertical FOV. Vertical FOV is NOT the same as Horizontal FOV and for some FPS gamers on PC, this might confuse a few of you The default Vertical FOV in Planetside 2 is 55, which for those with GeForce Experience, is the constant recommendation (please Send Feedback to them if you have the program to change it) Using http://www.rjdown.co.uk/projects/bfbc2/fovcalculator.php as the guideline, a Vertical FOV of 55 results in the following Horizontal FOVs based on aspect ratio. 1024x768 or 4:3 - Vertical 55 = Horizontal 69 1920x1080 or 16:9 - Vertical 55 = Horizontal 85 1680x1050 or 16:10 - Vertical 55 = Horizontal 79 The maximum allowed veritical FOV in Planetside 2 is 74. Using the same calculator, this results in the following Horizontal FOVs based on aspect ratio. 1024x768 or 4:3 - Vertical 74 = Horizontal 90 1920x1080 or 16:9 - Vertical 74 = Horizontal 106 1680x1050 or 16:10 - Vertical 74 = Horizontal 100 As you can see, playing on a horizontal FOV of 69 would be potentially motion sickening to players. Ideally, FPS games on a PC should be playing at a minimum of 90 Horizontal FOV to avoid that problem. The following shows the minimum horizontal FOV for each of the ratios to achieve 90 Horizontal FOV. 1024x768 or 4:3 - Horizontal 90 = Vertical 74 1920x1080 or 16:9 - Horizontal 90 = Vertical 59 1680x1050 or 16:10 - Horizontal 90 = Vertical 65 TL; DR - If you want to play at the minimum of 90 Horizontal FOV, set your Vertical FOV in-game to 74, 59, and 65 for 4:3, 16:9, and 16:10 resolutions respectively. Use the calculator in the link above if you want some other desired Horizontal FOV or have some non-standard resolution. Higher FOV means you see more, stay alive longer, and enjoy more of the game!