Death Stranding’s Photo Mode Update Highlights Amazing Fan Art Creations

Death Stranding’s Photo Mode Update Highlights Amazing Fan Art Creations

Players are excitedly experimenting with Death Stranding's new photo mode update and it's wonderful to see.

It’s what Death Stranding fans have been crying out for and finally, they are able to put their creative talents to good use with the new photo mode update that released on PS4 yesterday. Kojima Productions tweeted that the latest patch version 1.12 will feature the long-awaited photo mode where gamers can change angles, colors, frames, expressions and more. Death Stranding’s director Hideo Kojima tweeted a few weeks ago that photo mode will be coming to PS4 in the future, but no precise date was given at the time.

Eager to share the work of their fan base, Kojima Productions have been retweeting some incredible fan art creations gamers have taken with the new photo mode. Players have been running and posing all over Death Stranding’s vast landscapes whilst trying to capture the most unique shots possible. Not only does this photo mode give the Death Stranding player base a fantastic outlet during this scary time due to COVID-19, minimizing their outdoor activity but also to people who love to see amazing fan art washing over their Twitter feed other than the negative news we expect to see on a daily basis.

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Here are some of the fan art creations retweeted by Kojima Productions, but I’m fairly sure that more and more will be added in no time.

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To check out more fan art creations, head over to Kojima Productions official twitter account.

Death Stranding by Kojima Productions is available now on PS4. The PC version, published by 505 Games, will launch on June 2 via both Steam and Epic Game Store. It’s unclear for now if the PC version’s Photo Mode will get added to the PlayStation 4 version via an update at some point or not.

While you are here, come over and check out our review of Death Stranding.

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