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


A new update for Sony Santa Monica's God of War introduces a fully-fledged photo mode for the critically acclaimed adventure. With Photo Mode, players will be able to unleash their creativity and experience the world, its fast paced combat, the beautifully crafted environments and its deadly characters like never before.

Filters: Adjust the Film Grain, Exposure, Filter, and Filter Intensity options. Afterward the download, simply boot up God of War and you'll be ready to use the new Photo Mode. So, that could happen at some point. God of War's photo mode follows the trend of other action games doing the same.

The jump in quality from God of War 3: Remastered to God of War on the PS4 is staggering. What we are referring to is that it also adds an option to increase the text of the user interface and the possibility of reassigning the Rage mode.

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I'm willing to bet that photo mode won't necessarily allow players to move the camera around during hands-off "cutscenes" (you may recall that God of War is one single take from start to finish), but it should still result in some impressive snapshots of our favorite Spartan. This includes a variety of Border styles and the official God of War logo. After weeks of preparation, the Santa Monica Studios team is ready to launch the Photo Mode.

Characters: Toggle the visibility of Kratos, Atreus, and all other characters in the scene. Until more updates come our way, Happy gaming. The proverbial cherry on the cake even allows you to change Kratos and Atreus's facial expressions. 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. And for info on new God of War emoji stickers for your phone, visit the PlayStation Blog.