Respawn Entertainment’s latest release with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order instantly grabbed many players and fans of George Lucas’ film franchise as this new installment showed to bring great potential to the seemingly dying Star Wars video game reputation this generation. Ranging from interesting characters to involving gameplay, the title showed to be one that countless people are still talking about nearly a month into its release.
This is proven through the game swiftly achieving the fastest selling title for publisher Electronic Arts in just two short weeks of the game releasing last month. Even more impressive, the project also brought in a surprising amount of units on the PC spectrum as the game launched on both Origin and Steam: that being a first for EA in nearly a decade.
One characteristic that truly stood out for Jedi: Fallen Order was the visuals of the game. Being that this is Respawn’s first title outside of Source 2 by swapping the engine with Unreal Engine 4, the game blew players out of the water with in-depth texturing and atmospheric lighting as well as particle effects. But unfortunately, there was no proper way for players to capture some of their most intense or triumphant moments through the game itself.
But thanks to the latest patch for the game, Photo Mode has been added with a handful of useful tools to capture some amazing shots through your experience with the game. Starting today, the added feature will launch for the game through a minimal client download patch which give users options like F-Stop, camera height & rotation inputs, and filters.
However, Respawn did think ahead with the game’s apparent volumetric lighting by adding a spotlight which can help better light the composition when getting the right picture. Using an artificial light source can be beneficial if the setting shows to be too dark and is possible to be executed well if uses properly for the respect instance.
Another requested feature that has been added through the latest patch is the ability to “remove a specific part of Cal’s lightsaber.” Reasoning for the team giving this feature a vague description is due to this being connected to the core story progression, but will be understandable for those who have already reached this segment of the game.
In the meantime, make sure to read our full review for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order by heading here.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.