Aspiring video game photogs have a new toy to play with. The Photo Mode is now live and downloadable for Remedy’s Control.
Seemingly the hottest add-on in gaming, Photo Modes have become all the rage. The bigger (read: open world) and more graphically dazzling games seem to get them pretty regularly. Control from 505 Games and developer Remedy is just the latest.
The free mode is officially an add-on for the game since you have to download it. It’ll function like other titles’ modes though, in that players will be able to snap shots of their gameplay.
All you need to do is to update your game, and you’ll get the Photo Mode added in. It seems nicely featured too, with lots of features and some filters as well.
Control’s newly added Photo Mode invites players to express their creativity by capturing, customizing and sharing their favorite moments in just a few easy steps. Accessible through the in-game options, the Photo Mode menu provides players with both a Camera tab and a Filters tab, offering access to a set of tools which allow players to customize and adjust their captured content before sharing online. Players can adjust aperture, broaden or tighten the field of view, change the focus distance and select from ten filters available in Photo Mode. Players can also remove characters from shot selects, offering unobstructed views of Control’s brutalist hallways, big open spaces and otherworldly phenomena creeping in from strange dimensions.
Photo Mode is available now for your base copy of Control for the Xbox One, PS4, or PC. Check out some shots of it in action in the gallery below.
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