It sounds like God of War's Photo Mode will include all the features you'd expect, and then some. There are filters to change the look of your environment, to capture the grimness of the world-or the beauty-and to save epic moments from your battles in the nine realms.
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.
Adjust depth of field, focus distance, and F-Stop of the aperature. Once turned on players can navigate using the Left and Right Thumb Sticks to navigate around the scene, and use the R2 and L2 buttons to pan up or down. That way, you don't have annoying black bars surrounding the outside frame of these photo mode screenshots (similar to what can be seen in our Yakuza 6 review). This has led to an nearly unprecedented amount of updates for God of War, and I can't recall another title that's received such a rapid-fire burst of patches before on the console. "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.
Filters: Adjust the Film Grain, Exposure, Filter, and Filter Intensity options.More news: Hal Steinbrenner speaks about MLB's London Series, Yankees-Red Sox matchup
More games are beginning to implement this feature, specifically AAA games.
Add a vignette, borders, and the God of War logo.
The new Photo Mode in "God of War" allows players to post Kratos in a variety of ways.
In addition to mucking about with Kratos and Atreus' facial expressions, you can also enjoy a range of customisation options, such as camera, filter, borders, aperture, and characters.
Sony Santa Monica also released some treats for iOS users in the form of stickers.