Control’s Photo Mode Confirmed To Drop Tomorrow

Posted on October 16, 2019 by Nick Moreno

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Playing Remedy Entertainment’s recently released Control, it would be hard not to take in the game’s visuals thanks to the team’s home brewed Northlight Engine. Ranging from the crisp backdrops of the Bureau’s concrete structuring to the overlaying detail in the different segmented parts of The Oldest House, it’s surprising the project did not launch with a photo mode to go along with the base game.

Following the game’s launch, Remedy did state in a content roadmap for the new release that players will have the opportunity to capture the game’s world and their most dramatic moment with a update at a later time. Now, the studio has announced that photo mode will indeed be coming soon, emphasizing on “soon” by clarifying that the feature will arrive tomorrow.

Announcing this through PlayStation Blog, Remedy Entertainment Community Manager Vida Starcevic shares that players will have a host of options to choose from when encapturing their experience with the approaching photo mode. Disclosing that standard photo mode features such as camera rolling, fiddle of view adjustment, focus distance, and aperture will all be available to scale to your liking for every image taken.

However, there is a new feature that looks to stand out which is the option to remove characters from the picture. Remedy clarifies that among the ten filters that will be available to decorate your photos, character models can also be altered by removing some or all from the composition. You can even hide Jesse from the picture if you decide she does not suit the image.

The developer previously disclosed that following tomorrow’s photo mode debut, Control will also receive expeditions which will give more filler for end game content to players who have finished the game’s campaign.

If you have yet to catch up on Remedy Entertainment’s latest project, make sure you read up on our review for the title by going here.

Control is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: PlayStation Blog


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