Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Has Received a Photo Mode
Respawn's newest patch for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order fixes bugs and adds a photo mode.
For those still exploring a galaxy far, far away in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, developer Respawn Entertainment has recently added a much-requested feature to the game.
As part of a new patch for Fallen Order that rolled out today across all platforms, the game has now received a photo mode. When in-game, this mode can be activated by clicking in both thumbsticks on your controller. The game will then pause and you’ll be able to alter a variety of different elements of the look of the game in addition to rotating the camera around to get the exact shot that you want. Photo modes have become all the rage in games within the past few years and it’s good to see Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order now get one as well.
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In addition to adding photo mode, this new update also fixes a complaint from many fans when it comes to lightsaber customization. Without spoiling anything, a late-game addition to your lightsaber, which was at one point a permanent fixture on the saber, can now be toggled on and off when customizing your own weapon. Personally, this was something that annoyed me a bit as well during my own playthrough of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and I’m glad it’s been altered.
Lastly, a variety of other bug fixes have also rolled out in this new update, too. If you’ve previously had issues with the game, hopefully, they’ll now be rectified.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’re a Star Wars fan, do yourself a favor and try to play this one if you haven’t already.