God of War Ragnarok: Photo Mode is now available


God of War Ragnarok: Photo Mode is now available

Released on last November 9, God of War Ragnarok has quite logically imposed itself on the PlayStation public. And the numbers are telling. In some two weeks of sales, these new adventures of Kratos and his son Atreus have attracted no less than 5 million players worldwide. Figures which, since then, have necessarily been able to increase. To find out, we will wait for Santa Monica to communicate the new results to us. But, for now, it is with another piece of news that the American studio is bringing to us.

Photo mode has arrived

Indeed, with its new update, God of War Ragnarok now welcomes what was absent when it launched the November 9 : photo mode. It will then allow players to punctuate their journey with small “artistic breaks” to take the shots of their choice using the various features made available. Among these, we will find the possibilities to modify the expressions of characters (Kratos, Atreus, Freya, Thor…), to change the shot or to apply thumbnails, logos and frames. Other things are allowed, and we invite you to go to the article of the PS-Blog dedicated to find out.

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