BOY Photo Mode Finally Comes to God of War

first_img ‘God of War’ Documentary ‘Raising Kratos’ Explores 2018’s Top Video GamePS4 Hits Turn Tabletop With ‘God of War,’ ‘Bloodborne&… Stay on target God of War is easily one of the best games released in recent months. I certainly love it. It’s also one of the prettiest titles out there. Because of that, its lack of a photo mode could be seen as one of its few flaws. Thankfully, the team over at Santa Monica Studio is correcting this oversight by finally implemented a proper photo mode for the game.“With Photo Mode, players will be able to unleash their creativity and experience the world, its fast-paced combat, the beautifully crafted environments and its deadly characters like never before,” said Jeet Shroff Engineering Lead, Santa Monica Studio over on the PlayStation Blog. “With player choice being such a central theme to many of the 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!”You can access Photo Mode through either the Options Menu or by turning on TouchPad Quick Access. The latter is enabled in settings. When in Photo Mode, you can use the Left and Right Thumb Sticks to move around the scene and use the L2 and R2 to pan the camera up or down. You can reset the camera to its original position by pressing the Square button.AdChoices广告Photo Mode features five tabs that give users great flexibility over the photos they take. The camera lets players adjust the Field of View, Focal Length, and Camera Roll. Aperture allows users to adjust the Depth of Field, Focus Distance, and F-Stop. Filters adjust the Film Grain, Exposure, Filter, and Filter Intensity. Borders add a Vignette, and you can adjust its Intensity and Falloff. A variety of border styles, including the God of War logo, are available. Finally, you can toggle the visibility of Kratos, Atreus, and all other characters in a scene. You can even change the expression on Kratos and Atreus’ faces. Smile for the camera, Kratos!Photo Mode is the biggest feature of update 1.20, but it isn’t the only one being added. The text size in the game’s UI and Menus are being increased for all players around the world, and users can also now remap Rage Mode via the accessibility setting. The text size was an issue for many folks, so this addition will certainly make them happy.Lastly, today also marks the release of the God of War emoji sticker set for mobile devices. These stickers are free on the Apple App Store for iPhone, iPad, and other iOS devices. Android users can get in on the fun when the emoji set is released via the PS Messages App soon.Though I’ve already completed the game twice, I’m definitely looking forward to testing out Photo Mode. Expect me and countless others to bombard Twitter and Facebook with God of War pictures in the coming days and weeks.center_img Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more