What you need to know
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order follows the story of a padawan on the run after Order 66.
- It takes place on several iconic Star Wars locales like Dathomir and Kashyyyk, plus a few new planets.
- It is getting a photo mode very soon.
Photo modes are becoming a lot more common in games, even if a developer has to implement it after launch. That's exactly what's happening with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order very soon. It didn't release with a photo mode, but it's been such a requested feature that it's finnaly getting one. You can see it in action below.
In photo mode, you will be able to adjust and control:
- Camera Height
- Camera Rotate
- Focal Distance
- Vignette Film Grain
- Chromatic Aberration
- Hide player
- Hide AI
- Filter Strength
- Place Spotlight
- Remove Spotlight
- Spotlight Brightness
- Spotlight Warmth
- Hide UI
Aside from the photo mode, this patch will bring a number of bug fixes along with the ability to remove a specific part of Cal's lightsaber in the customization menu with a toggle. This patch is intended to make the game more stable and crash less, and much of the bug fixes were focused on collision issues across several planets. You can read the full patch notes over on the game's subreddit.
The patch is set to hit consoles and PC this week. An exact date was not provided, but EA is hoping for sometime tomorrow.
Use the Force
Journey across the galaxy
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order puts players into the shoes of a Padawan on the run from the Empire after Order 66 devastated the Jedi Order. Soon you'll be able to take some truly gorgeous screenshots with its photo mode.
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