Dynasty Warriors 9 Gets Update 1.06: Adds Photo Mode and More; Patch Notes Inside

Aspiring generals will now be able to take snazzy screenshots of their favorite officers in Dynasty Warriors 9, thanks to the new photo mode.

on March 30, 2018 4:13 PM

Today Koei Tecmo released a new update for its recently-released open-world Musou game Dynasty Warriors 9. 

The patch is numbered 1.06 and its primary feature is the addition of a photo mode to take snapshots of your officers in action.

Below you can find the full patch notes.

Dynasty Warriors 9 Gets Update 1.06: Adds Photo Mode and More; Patch Notes Inside
As mentioned above, the main element of the update is the implementation of the photo mode, which comes with a nice suite of features. It can be accessed from the pause menu, in which it has its own entry listed at the top. You can change the angle and level of zoom freely.

Within the feature, you have an environment tab that lets you change the time of day and weather. The Effects menu lets you change the color temperature, effect, effect intensity, chromatic aberration and vignette effect.

Of course, you also have a camera menu that lets you tweak exposure, roll, field of view, depth of field, depth of focus, and focal ratio.

Gems with new effects have also been added, on top of effects that exceed the maximum value that was previously possible.

You can check out a few screenshots of the photo mode directly from Koei Tecmo below. If you want to read more about the game, you can enjoy our review and a recent interview. We also have info about the upcoming DLC:

Dynasty Warriors 9 is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

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