Hogwarts Legacy Photo Mode

I’m pretty sure many players are going to have questions about the Hogwarts Legacy photo mode. For example, does the game even have a photo mode at all. And, if not, is there an alternative? That’s what we’ll be discussing in this guide, including how to take pictures in Hogwarts Legacy. Let’s dive in!

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hogwarts legacy photo mode
Hogwarts Legacy Photo Mode

Does Hogwarts Legacy Have Photo Mode?

There is no photo mode in Hogwarts Legacy on launch. I know, it’s very unusual. Sure, there have been games of this production size that got photo mode later on, but it’s not exactly often. And even then, the developers at least let players know that the feature will roll out in the future. Whatever the case may be, we can’t say for certain whether the game is going to get a photo mode at some point. I’d say the chances are pretty good that it will, but we just don’t know. You’ll just have to be patient and wait from official news. In the meantime, you’ll have to use alternate ways of grabbing screenshots. That brings us to our next point…

How to Take Pictures in Hogwarts Legacy

Since there is no photo mode in Hogwarts Legacy, is there another way to take pictures in the game? Well, yes, there is. I’m talking about taking regular screenshots, of course. Not exactly the ideal substitute, but it’s the best you’ve got at the moment. On PlayStation and Xbox, you have to press the Share button on your controller and follow the instructions from there. If you’re playing on the Switch, simply hit the Capture button. That’s the square button under the d-pad on the left Joy-Con. Lastly, on PC, you can use several methods, depending on your platform. If you want a clearer photo, you can disable every element of the HUD under the User Interface Options tab in the settings.

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