God of War has been out for a few weeks and while Santa Monica Studio have crafted an adventure for the ages, the studio is now letting players share their own experiences with today’s release of the game’s anticipated Photo Mode.
Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony and Santa Monica Studio announced that the Photo Mode for God of War will be available in-game today, which gives users a specialized camera and set of controls to take unique and striking pictures of their adventures with Kratos and Atreus.
The Photo Mode feature will be included with Patch 1.20 that is arriving later today, and the patch will also provide some other updates such as increased text size in all of the UI and menus, and a new accessibility feature that will allow players to remap the controls for Rage Mode.
Finally, Santa Monica Studio also revealed that a free set of God of War-inspired emoji stickers will be available today on the App Store for iOS devices, and will be coming to Android and PS Messages soon.
God of War is available now exclusively for PS4. If you have yet to pick up the game you can do that right now on Amazon, or you can read our review. You can also take a look at the gallery below for several examples of the photos you can take with the Photo Mode in God of War, along with the new emoji stickers:
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