God of War Photo Mode Arrives In Patch 1.20

God of War Photo Mode Arrives In Patch 1.20

Jeet Shroff, the Engineering Lead at Santa Monica, explains that Photo Mode gives players the freedom to engage creatively with the game, "with player choice being such a central theme to numerous decisions we made on God of War, we sought to deliver a Photo Mode with lots of options".

The PS4 exclusive launched last month without such a feature likely to prevent players from spoiling major plot moments and boss encounters. Show us your creativity, Team GAMEPUR is excited to see all the fantastic pictures that you click while playing God of War.

Now that Photo Mode is available in God of War, those jumping into it for the first time and the myriad fans who are already on their second or third playthrough will surely try to utilize it as much as possible without slowing the flow of the game. Here are few samples that Sony Santa Monica took using Photo Mode.

It's also incredibly fun to play, too. Are you excited about the arrival of photo mode for God of War?

It sounds like God of War's Photo Mode will include all the features you'd expect, and then some.

Adjust the Depth of Field, Focus Distance, and F-Stop.




God of War's photo mode can be accessed through the game's option menu or by enabling touchpad quick access via the settings menu.

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

The official release detailed that the camera could be adjusted, filters can be added, borders may be included, and facial adjustments are able to be altered. So adding Photo Mode was a no brainer!

The update will also increase the text size found in the user interface and menu, as well as allow players to remap Rage Mode.

Characters: Toggle the visibility of Kratos, Atreus, and all other characters in the scene.

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