Kratos Tells Dad Jokes in Hilarious New God of War Video

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Overnight Santa Monica Studios snuck out a new update for God of War that also comes with a baked-in photo mode.

Santa Monica shared a few details on the mode, which showcases greyscale close-ups, traditional behind-the-back shots, and first-person angles.

After God of War is updated, people can enter Photo Mode by bringing up Option from the menu or starting Touch Pad Quick Access via the Settings menu. So, that could happen at some point. "With player choice being such a central theme to numerous decisions we made on God of War, we sought to deliver a Photo mode with lots of options and we're excited to put it in your hands!" It is the one that will include the photo mode, which will give us a series of tools that will allow us to capture our favorite moments of the game. That way, you don't have annoying black bars surrounding the outside frame of these photo mode screenshots (similar to what can be seen in our Yakuza 6 review). When you activate it you can use the analog sticks to navigate the scene to find the ideal angle.

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Borders: Add a Vignette and adjust Vignette Intensity, and Vignette Falloff. Until more updates come our way, Happy gaming.

Speculation about God of War patch 1.17 is that it fixes some fringe cases where HDR was bugged for some players.

As well as fiddling with all of those bells and whistles, photo mode will also let players change Kratos and Atreus' facial expressions which should make for some fun pics, considering Kratos usually only oscillates between angry and angrier. With Patch 1.20, you'll be able to jump into the director's chair and experience God of War through the lens of your own camera. And for info on new God of War emoji stickers for your phone, visit the PlayStation Blog.