God of War How to Access Photo Mode

Photo Mode is a feature that will be included in God of War. It will allow you to manipulate the image in many ways, including toggling between different facial expressions for both Kratos and Atreus. Many players have been wondering where the God of War Photo Mode is. Well, we’re here to solve the mystery.

God of War How to Access Photo Mode
God of War How to Access Photo Mode

How to Get to Photo Mode in God of War?

The short answer to the question how to get to Photo Mode of God of War is: you can’t. Not yet, at least, and not for a while. Photo Mode is absolutely coming to God of War, so don’t worry. It’s just not in the game yet. According to the official Twitter account, God of War Photo Mode will be added to the game in a free update that will come out some time after launch. We don’t know exactly when it will come out, but it seems it will be worth a wait. Considering how beautiful this game can look, you’ll definitely want to make yourself some new wallpapers while playing, so just be patient.

Based on the little snippets that the Twitter has released, there will be a bunch of options to play around with. You can rotate the camera, adjust the brightness, focal length, the field of view, and so forth. You’ll also be able to choose whether you want to show Kratos, Atreus, and other characters. Interestingly, you’ll also be able to switch between different facial expressions on both Kratos and Atreus. And some of them look kinda goofy, like Kratos looking like he’s about to sneeze. Sometimes, they look downright nightmarish. See the weird rictus grin on Kratos in the image above to understand what I mean. It looks so unsettling.

That being said, even without the Photo Mode, the game has more than enough to offer to keep you occupied for a long time. You can check out some of our other articles on God of War, such as God of War Black Bars & Borders Around Screen, Not Filling TV, How to Solve River Pass Spiked Ceiling Puzzle, and many more.

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