As you're digesting all the gameplay from Fallout 76 today, there's one neat little feature you should keep in mind.
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A little over three months since release, Far Cry 5 finally has a photo mode. I had issues with the game, but its sprawling, coniferous forests and beautiful Montana sunsets were not among them. A photo mode feels like a no brainer.
Unfortunately, the rest of this update serves more as a reminder of everything still missing from the game.
Horizon Zero Dawn already has one of the most robust photo modes out there, but a patch landing next week is going to expand on its functionality even more.
Shadow of Mordor is the kind of game that really knows how to seduce players with its ultraviolence. But it's not just the game. People playing it have been using its nifty photo mode for increasingly elaborate purposes. The most creative I've seen is using the photo editor to create surprisingly moving short films.
Shadow of Mordor gave its players some nifty new ways to capture and edit screenshots yesterday. Judging by the wealth of snazzy images that have popped up online since then, gamers seem to be having a lot of fun with it so far. Here are some of the best I've come across. Enjoy.
Give people the power to stage their own screenshots, as The Last of Us: Remastered does, and something magical happens. Artistic, even.