God Of War Getting A Photo Mode Today

GamingREVIEW God of War is a slick and emotive adventure for Playstation's original hard man Grant Bailey

GamingREVIEW God of War is a slick and emotive adventure for Playstation's original hard man Grant Bailey

"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 and we're excited to put it in your hands", said Jeet Shroff, chief engineer of Santa Monica Studio.

Photo Mode in "God of War" is more than just screenshots, there are filters.

Select SEARCH FOR UPDATE and download the version 1.20 when it pops up. "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 and we're excited to put it in your hands!"

The new Photo Mode in "God of War" allows players to post Kratos in a variety of ways.

This walkthrough details how to access Photo Mode, what keys to press to control the Photo Mode Camera, and what each tab in the Photo Mode Menu does. The camera uses analog sticks to move and the R2 and L2 triggers to pan up and down. Pressing Square will reset the camera back to its original position.


You can also adjust the field of view, focus distance, focal field, depth of field and more.

In addition to Photo Mode, patch 1.20 allows you to change Menu and UI ont size and remap Rage Mode.

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. For the less mature among us, players can alter the facial expressions on Kratos and Atreus, giving the angry Spartan a look so smug even I'd want to freeze it in place with the Leviathan axe. Of course, it also includes numerous stickers of Kratos looking gruff, so you can let your friends know that you are not to be messed with.

God of War is available now on PS4.

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