Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Photo Mode Coming This Week, Here's How It Works

The Photo Mode comes to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC game very soon.


Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is getting a Photo Mode. The new feature is coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC game in the newest patch scheduled for December 11.

The Photo Mode is enabled through the game settings, and players can snap photos by pressing LS and RS on Xbox or L3 and R3 on PlayStation at the same time. The game will then pause, and players can utilize a number of different settings to take the nicest photo possible. You can rotate the camera, adjust the height, zoom in, and tilt. Some of the other things you can adjust are focal distance and exposure, while you can pretty-up your photos with things like a film grain filter and chromatic aberration.

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The Fallen Order Photo Mode also allows players to hide the player, the UI, and the AI, while players can also place spotlights to accentuate certain elements. Take a look at the video below from EA's Ben Walke to see the new Photo Mode in action and find out how it works.

In our Jedi Fallen Order review, we said, "Especially as it wears on, Fallen Order becomes perhaps the strongest conception of what playing as a Jedi Knight ought to really be like. Even with some rough edges, Fallen Order represents one of the most compelling game additions to the Star Wars franchise in years." For a look at the upcoming movie, check out our Rise of Skywalker review.

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