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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gets photo mode

EA and Respawn are letting fans savour the various alien worlds of the game with a photo mode packed with options.

Star Wars fans have a lot to take it when in comes to visual spectacle in EA and Respawn's Jedi: Fallen Order, from the sparks that fly from lightsabers to the grandiose scenery of the various places you visit, which is probably why update notes on Reddit have revealed that a photo mode has just been added to the game.

You can enable photo mode in the settings, and in-game you can press the left and right sticks in to freeze the time, letting you adjust the following options to create that perfect shot:


  • Camera Height

  • Camera Rotate

  • Zoom

  • Tilt

  • Focal Distance

  • F-Stop

  • Exposure

  • Vignette

  • Film Grain

  • Chromatic Aberration

  • Hide player

  • Hide AI

  • Filter

  • Filter Strength

  • Place Spotlight

  • Remove Spotlight

  • Spotlight Brightness

  • Spotlight Warmth

  • Hide UI

R3/RS resets the scene if you've tweaked things the wrong way, and another bit of feedback has also been addressed, letting players remove a specific part of Cal's lightsaber once you hit a certain point in the story, which can now be done via a button toggle.

For full patch notes, check out the Reddit link above. Have you got some photo ideas in mind?

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