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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Gets Photo Mode

Posted October 17, 2014 by Kat in News
Middle earth Shadow of Mordor

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor users can rejoice, as their gaming experience has become just a little bit sweeter.  Monolith has released a new patch for the game that includes with it a photo mode for screenshots and sharing from an individual’s own user experience.  Helping  fans to further capture in detail the meticulous excitement of their own game playthrough.

It appears this new mode functions rather similarly to that found in the PlayStation 4 upgrade of The Last of Us.  Users can toggle it on and off, and use it to adjust things like angle, depth of field, zoom, texturing, shading, frames, borders, logos, and so forth.

Beyond that, it specifically works in tandem with the PS4’s Share functionality, allowing the save and spreading of the screenshots that are taken.  Unfortunately, no such similarity appears to have been enabled quite the same way in the Xbox One, given that the system doesn’t have any equivalent software that allows for the sharing of photos.  But perhaps some of the love can be spread to other systems beyond the PS4 in the future.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is now out and has been released to rave reviews.  It is available on the PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.

Source: Joystiq

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Kat aspires to be the ultimate crazy cat lady. But until that day comes, she remains faithfully committed to her PS3 and Wii, and spends far too much time online arguing about Star Trek. She can also occasionally be found posting under the pseudonym AmaltheaElanor.

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