God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode Explained

If you need more info about the God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode, we’re here to help you out. Specifically, we’ll tell you when the Photo Mode is coming to GoW Ragnarok, since it won’t be there from the jump. We’ll also share everything else about it we know. Let’s jump in.

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god of war ragnarok photo mode explained
God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode Explained

When is Photo Mode Coming to God of War Ragnarok?

At the moment of writing, we don’t know when exactly the God of War Ragnarok Photo mode will be coming to the game. The only thing we do know for certain, thanks to a tweet from Santa Monica Studio, is that it will be at some point after launch. As the post reads: “Photo Mode will be coming to God of War Ragnarök after launch – we’ll share more details closer to when we plan to release it. We can’t wait to see all of your captures once it’s live!” And, well, there you have it. You won’t be able to capture the many gorgeous vistas and other sights in the new GoW for some time. You can still take regular screenshots, but that’s just not it.

So, yeah, that’s all we know about when Photo Mode is coming to God of War Ragnarok right now. We’ll be sure to share further details as the developers reveal them. This is nothing unusual, mind you; the previous God of War didn’t have any Photo Mode at launch, either. Perhaps it’s for the best. This way, you can get through the entirety of the game without worrying about taking the perfect shot. Then, after the developers roll out the Photo Mode patch, you’ll know exactly what you’ll want to take pictures of. Again, we’ll let you know when the option becomes available. Until then, feel free to check out our other God of War Ragnarok guides.

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