Sony Santa Monica today released Patch 1.20 which added the Photo Mode feature and fixed some minor bugs and glitches in God of War such as globally increased the text size in all our UI and Menus and included a new accessibility setting that allows players to remap Rage Mode. Few games in recent memory have had me constantly stopping to take in the gorgeous vistas and art direction like God of War has. If you find clicking in the thumbsticks too fiddly, this update is ideal for you, and you can even take a picture of Kratos being as happy as you are. New God of War emoji stickers are now available for your mobile devices.
It's also incredibly fun to play, too. It's a shame, then, that boss fights have fallen by the wayside at every level to become terribly monotonous - but if that's the cost of what Santa Monica has built, it's certainly a price worth paying'. The latest patch for the game introduces a new photo mode that will let you snap pics of all the skull bashing and boat riding you can take, according to a new post on the PlayStation Blog.
With Photo Mode, players will be able to unleash their creativity and experience the world, its fast paced combat, the beautifully crafted environments and its deadly characters like never before.
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This walkthrough details how to access Photo Mode, what keys to press to control the Photo Mode Camera, and what each tab in the Photo Mode Menu does.
Adjust depth of field, focus distance, and F-Stop of the aperature.
Filters: Adjust the Film Grain, Exposure, Filter, and Filter Intensity options. This includes a variety of Border styles and the official God of War logo. And if that was not enough, you will have the option to change the facial expressions of Kratos and Atreus.