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. Players can access the photo mode camera in the options or by customizing your controls to allow you for touch pad quick access. With player choice being such a central theme to numerous decisions we made on God of War, we sought to deliver a Photo Mode with lots of options and we're excited to put it in your hands!
Aperture: Adjust the Depth of Field, Focus Distance, and F-Stop.
Add a vignette, borders, and the God of War logo. And my personal favorite, we've added the ability to change Kratos and Atreus's facial expressions.
It's not the God of War you once knew, but Kratos' debut on PS4 brings the franchise back into the limelight in a big way as one of the best games of its generation. Why or why not? Instead of making Photo Mode a priority, though, Barlog wanted to ensure that the game itself was as good as it could be, which caused the feature to be pushed to a post-launch addition. Along with the new feature, the update also increases the size of text across the user interface and allows you to remap the button for Kratos' rage mode.
Wisconsin Man Gobbles Down His 30000 Big Mac Friday
If he continues at the pace he's been eating, Don predicts that he'll eat his 40,000th Big Mac in 2032, when he'll be 78. A retired United States prison guard has eaten his 30,000th Big Mac, almost 46 years after eating his first.
Speculation about God of War patch 1.17 is that it fixes some fringe cases where HDR was bugged for some players. The camera uses analog sticks to move and the R2 and L2 triggers to pan up and down.
Seriously, though - for a game that was so unbelievably incredible both in storyline, execution, and mechanics, it is fun to see a more playful side of the otherwise grim narrative.
Sony also released God of War Stickers for today for iOS devices.