How to make that a GameObject look with a Look At() in the opposite direction to the force exerted on it?

For example, if you increase in the “X and Y axes” that you look at a side opposite to that assigned force

It is to make an oblique 2D shot for a game like the one in the image


If you have the force vector and/or you have the direction of movement as a vector X, you can use them to determine the direction in which you want to look. Then use Quaternion.SetFromToRotation to create a rotation from your current look vector to the desired one. Then apply it to your object’s rotation quaternion.

Thanks you for answering!
Finally I designed this C# script, and then playing with the variables I could give that attack effect.

using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;

public class LookAtForce : MonoBehaviour 
	Rigidbody2D rb;
	public float forceInX, forceInY;
	public int RotateDegree;

	void Start () 
		rb = GetComponent<Rigidbody2D> ();
		transform.Rotate (new Vector3(0,0,-RotateDegree));

	void Update () 
		rb.AddForce (new Vector2(forceInX,forceInY), ForceMode2D.Impulse);

But I still do not know how to rotate a GameObject depending of the direction of this :frowning: