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Ghost of Tsushima Photo Mode: How to Use

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Photo modes are a popular feature in modern gaming and have become a perfect way to showcase some impressive visuals. A Ghost of Tsushima photo mode exists for fans who want to share in the fun.

Playstation has put out some great looking games these past few years and Ghost of Tsushima is no exception. With the launch of Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut and the PS5 upgrade the island has never looked better. With photo mode at their disposal, even the most focused players won't be able to stop themselves from composing some truly dynamic screenshots.

So, how does photo mode work in Ghost of Tsushima?

How to Use Ghost of Tsushima Photo Mode

Players have the option to turn Photo Mode on and off through the settings. After pressing the Options button on the controller, scroll to Options and select Gameplay. From here, players can toggle Photo Mode on and off.

Once toggled on, players can press "right" on the directional buttons to activate Photo Mode. A number of different features and effects will become available, allowing players a fairly extensive level of freedom when it comes to crafting screenshots. These features include, but are not limited to:

  • Field of view
  • Colour grading
  • Wind speed and direction
  • Particle
  • Time of day
  • Jin's expression

When players are ready to capture the image, press 'square' to hide the menu UI then press the "Share" button on the controller to take a screenshot. The screenshots can be accessed via the console's Capture Gallery.

Photo Mode also features the ability to select background music, making this a particularly attractive option for players looking to get some great video clips.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is now available on Playstation 4 and Playstation 5.