Get ready to say cheese because Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is getting a photo mode on Dec. 11. The feature comes along with a new patch across all platforms.
If you want to use the new feature, press both the joysticks on your controller when the update launches.
The game will pause, and a menu pops up on the right side of your screen. In this menu, you can adjust specific settings to grab the picture you want. These options include tilt, distance, camera height, and much more. You can change these settings accordingly to frame the photo you want. When you’re ready, press “X” on Xbox One and “Square” on PS4 to set a spotlight to highlight a particular part of the picture. If you want to hide the UI, just press “Y” on Xbox One and “Triangle” on PS4, you can also manually adjust these in the menu, as well as hiding any AI on the screen, and applying filters and aberrations.
Once you frame and adjust the picture, press “A” for Xbox One and “X” for PS4 to take your picture. The photo automatically saves your game.
EA’s Ben Walke showed off the new feature in a video posted on Twitter.
The new feature was detailed in a video posted by EA’s Ben Walke on Twitter.
— Ben Walke (@BenWalke) December 10, 2019