God of War Ragnarok won’t have photo mode by default


Santa Monica Studios has confirmed that God of War Ragnarok Will not come with photo mode at launch. However, Photo Mode will be released later, possibly as a patch release. This is in contrast to some other games that come with a photo mode by default, such as Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Still, if you’re the kind of person who wants to click screenshots and share them on the internet, you’ll be covered after the release.

Santa Monica Confirms Photo Mode for God of War Ragnarok

God of War Ragnarok, the most exciting PlayStation game of the year, is dropping next month. It will get a photo mode after the release, which means it will not be there by default. Photo Mode allows gamers to take screenshots and edit them. This is handy for all those gamers who want to save memories or moments from within the game.


Switching out photo mode used to be a boring one, but a recent tweet from Santa Monica Studios has brought relief to many Kratos fans. On a similar note, you might want to know that even the original God of War didn’t have a photo mode by default. This came a month after its release.

In other news, the studio continued to make a video of the game’s combat. It also focused on the enemies that Kratos would fight in the game. It features chase and fight sequences, along with how the scenes were shot in actual. Interestingly, we also see the now-teen Atreus assisting in the fights. The video also features the crew behind the project.

Recently this game was spotted on Mumbai Metro. God of War Ragnarok’s marketing material was placed inside and outside the subway, leaving fans puzzled. This shows that the excitement of the game is not just for specific audiences, but gamers from Mumbai and other regions of India are thrilled about its release.

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