Photo Mode is coming to Santa Monica Studios’ God of War: Ragnarok, providing a vast array of tools and options for documenting Kratos’ adventures in the Nine Realms.
revealed in PlayStation blog post, Players who have downloaded the latest Ragnarok update can access Photo Mode by pressing the pause button and pressing the square.
Santa Monica has several options that allow players to tweak settings such as vividness, exposure, and saturation of shots, as well as more details for changing quality such as focal length, color filtering, and composition f-stops. options are included.
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This feature also allows you to rotate and shift the camera by 90 degrees to get a vertical aspect ratio and apply film grain, vignettes, borders and logos as a finishing touch.
As in God of War (2018), players can also change the facial expressions of key characters such as Kratos, Atreus, Thor, Dwarven Brock and Sindri. The virtual landscape photographer there can even remove characters from the scene entirely.
Ragnarok’s photo mode was removed a few weeks after the game’s initial release, and the timing couldn’t have been better. Kratos was recently voted best character across the PlayStation pantheon in IGN’s fan-voted face-off competition, narrowly beating Uncharted’s Nathan Drake, and earned the most platinum his trophies.
In their review of God of War Ragnarok, IGN said:
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