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God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode Added in Latest Update

After a lot of waiting, the highly anticipated God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode update is finally here. With Patch 3.0, the update adds the feature for PS4 and PS5, and with the stunning visuals the game has to offer, and with players hopefully having beaten the main story, there should be enough for people to jump back into the game and take photos of the nine realms.

God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode was previously discovered by a modder nearly after the launch of the title late last month, but now the official photo mode is here from the developer and is ready to take for a spin on the PS4 and PS5 to show off the beautiful visuals that await you across the nine realms.

You can read further details on the patch notes here. You can access the photo mode by pressing Square at the Options Menu, and from there, all you have to do is use your creativity and imagination to take photos. Players who have yet to finish the game, or have finished the game will be able to travel and share photos of each of the realms in all their splendor.

The update could also be reason to switch the game to quality mode and make the most of the 30FPS setting in the game in order to get better visuals to appear in the photo mode, but performance mode is just as vibrant to showcase in any situation.

Patch 3.0 also brings a plethora of improvements for the game, and even a few optimizations for the PS4 version of the game. There is no doubt that the developer is hard at work on adding quality updates to the game, and making sure that the fans have a long and lasting relationship with the title for the foreseeable future.

Are you excited to try out photo mode? let us know in the comments section below.

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