God of War Ragnarok – Photo Mode is Now Available

The new Photo Mode will allow players to apply facial expressions to characters, make various framing adjustments, apply vignettes, and do much more.

Posted By | On 05th, Dec. 2022

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God of War Ragnarok is unlikely to get any story DLC, but that doesn’t mean developer SIE Santa Monica Studio is completely done with the game. New updates and patches will continue to be released, while additional features can also be expected. One of those – and a fan-favourite one, at that – has now become available.

Sony has announced that Photo Mode is now available in God of War Ragnarok. Those who used the 2018 title’s Photo Mode will find a lot of familiar features here, including being able to apply facial expressions to certain characters (Kratos, Atreus, Freya, Brok, Sindri, Angrboda, Thor, and Thrúd in particular), hiding main or side characters in a team, and more.

Players can also adjust camera controls with options for field of view, focal length, and camera roll, while shutter controls can also be adjusted with depth of field, focus distance, and F-Stop. Meanwhile, brightness and filter options are also included with film grain, exposure, and filter intensity (with finer controls for vibrance and saturation). Players will also be able to apply vignettes, borders, and logos.

You can check out a few snaps from God of War Ragnarok’s Photo Mode below, courtesy of Santa Monica Studio.

God of War Ragnarok is available on PS5 and PS4. Read our review of the game through here.


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