Remedy Entertainment revealed today that sometime tomorrow, its critically acclaimed Control will be getting the much-awaited Photo Mode.
The Photo Mode for Control will be included in the upcoming update 1.04. Right after downloading the update, the Photo Mode can be accessed through the Options Menu.
Here’s more information on the upcoming Photo Mode, via the PlayStation Blog:
To control how the camera moves, use the Left and Right Thumb Sticks. The L2 and R2 buttons will pan it up or down. The Photo Mode menu has two tabs, one that lets you change some specific options that you would find in a regular camera, and another where you can select different filters or hide Jesse or other characters from the world.
In the Camera tab, you can:
– Roll the camera by degrees while pointing it at the same subject
– Broaden or tighten the Field of View
– Change the Focus Distance
– Adjust the Aperture and determine the depth of field
In the Filters tab, you can hide Jesse or hide all other characters (or both!), or use any of the ten different filters that come with the Photo Mode. You can also reset the shot by pressing Square, and hide the UI by pressing Triangle. We can’t wait to see the shots you create! Share them with us on social media using the #ControlRemedy hashtag.
Following the release of Photo Mode, Remedy Entertainment is working on more free content such as the free gameplay mode. Everyone who owns the game will be getting the challenging Expeditions mode, in which Jesse will need to complete different objectives within a set time to get powerful rewards.
Control is available now for the XBox One, PS4, and PC. Check out our review to read our thoughts on the game.