God of War 1.20 Update Available Now, Photo Mode Finally Arrives

Ruben Fields
May 10, 2018

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Several weeks ago, Sony and Santa Monica Studio hosted a livestream that displayed God of War's Photo Mode in action, with Jeet Shroff showing off its aspects to a panel that included director Cory Barlog, who stated that the feature was discussed early on in development.

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. Thankfully, they will be able to do just that with the official release of the game's Photo Mode today. Go take some snaps of Kratos being happy because it's a rather rare occurrence.

It sounds like God of War's Photo Mode will include all the features you'd expect, and then some. The game was developed by Sony Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The patch will also increase the size of text on the user interface, meaning you'll no longer have to squint in order to see what's being put up on the screen.

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"With God of War, we hoped to craft a game experience that was both a technical and art showcase". With the new photo mode, you can force the Spartan to finally smile for once. The camera uses analog sticks to move and the R2 and L2 triggers to pan up and down.

Characters: Toggle the visibility of Kratos, Atreus, and all other characters in the scene. Pressing Square will reset the camera back to its original position. Kratos is a bit too chiseled to ever have that dad bod (can you imagine the Ghost of Sparta with a gut?), and his fashion sense is far and away better than something my own father would choose to wear (Norse themed armor is so hot right now), so that just leaves the dad jokes.

As well as fiddling with all of those bells and whistles, photo mode will also let players change Kratos and Atreus' facial expressions which should make for some fun pics, considering Kratos usually only oscillates between angry and angrier.

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