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Deathloop Gets A Photo Mode And More Accessibility Options

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Almost eight months after its launch, Arkane's Deathloop has received its third major update for PS5 and PC, bringing with it a photo mode and a host of accessibility features.

The photo mode comes with its own set of poses, filters, and stickers which can be accessible only in single player mode. In addition to swapping your attire, the mode will also give you the option to swap between Colt and Julianna. "This Photo Mode is such a great way to allow our players to get creative by using the unique art and levels of Deathloop,” said producer Jeremy Leuliet on the Bethesda website. “The only creative limitations are defined by our players’ imaginations.

We’re very excited at Arkane to see how deep the players will dig into all of the different options and what they will come up with.” RELATED: Ozioma Akagha And Jason E.

Kelley Interview: Deathloop, Acting, And Representation “One of our biggest challenges was to adapt Photo Mode for a first-person shooter where your character isn’t displayed apart from the hands and weapons,” Leuliet continued. “We wanted to offer the best possible experience for this mode and took the time to playtest it thoroughly and even asked for insight from players who are experts in using different Photo Modes in games.

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