Jump Back Into God of War With Photo Mode, Available Now

Jump Back Into God of War With Photo Mode, Available Now

Jump Back Into God of War With Photo Mode, Available Now

A new update for the God of War brings a Photo Mode that allows players to take snapshots of Kratos, Atreus and the attractive world created by Santa Monica Studios.

Santa Monica shared a few details on the mode, which showcases greyscale close-ups, traditional behind-the-back shots, and first-person angles.

Photo mode can be activated either through the options menu or - with a toggle - by using the touchpad on your controller.

Filters: Adjust the Film Grain, Exposure, Filter, and Filter Intensity options.

Several weeks ago, Sony and Santa Monica Studio hosted a livestream that displayed God of War's Photo Mode in action, with Jeet Shroff showing off its aspects to a panel that included director Cory Barlog, who stated that the feature was discussed early on in development. So, that could happen at some point.

Sony PlayStation's recent exclusive hit, God of War has gotten a new mode. Patch 1.20 is the tenth update God of War has received since the game released on April 20.

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Let's face it, the share button is nice for capturing quick moments in a game, but Photo Mode allows users to get super dramatic with scenes of their choosing by utilizing aperture adjustments, filters, borders and even the ability to change a character's facial expressions.

Add a vignette, borders, and the God of War logo.

God of War is available now on PS4.

Everything from its combat, narrative, gameplay style and RPG elements make God of War easily one of the greatest titles of 2018 so far, but people have not been giving the visual fidelity enough credit. The camera uses analog sticks to move and the R2 and L2 triggers to pan up and down. With photo mode you can freeze the action during the game to get that flawless image.

Seriously, though - for a game that was so unbelievably incredible both in storyline, execution, and mechanics, it is fun to see a more playful side of the otherwise grim narrative.

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