dying-light-2-now-has-a-photo-mode

Dying Light 2 has carried out fairly effectively since launch, shifting over 5 million copies, and developer Techland is dedicated to supporting the game for years to return. It just lately delayed the primary main story DLC for the game till September, however now patch 1.4 has arrived and, amongst different issues, brings the much-anticipated picture mode to the parkour-em-up sandbox.

“Due to popular demand, we’ve decided to implement a Photo Mode!” reads Techland’s blogpost. “This feature will be available in single-player game mode, and you will be able to launch it in most situations. Still, due to the complex parkour mechanics, it might be unavailable in some action sequences or poses.”

The picture mode options:

  • Multiple digital camera manipulation choices, together with aperture, focus distance, zoom, and roll, will assist you to create dynamic screenshots.
  • Color changes reminiscent of temperature, publicity, saturation, distinction, and vignette, with the addition of filters, will make every picture simply beaming with local weather and magnificence.
  • Special Effects will mean you can create distinctive sequences straight from the motion films.

The patch additionally provides a brand new rank system for NPC bonds, every day and weekly bounties that reward popularity level, varied new unlockables together with cosmetics and weapons, two new in-game currencies, new mutated enemy sorts, and a few new time trial parkour missions.

There’s additionally a complete raft of minor bug fixes, listed right here, together with some amusing ones like a cricket-based problem that will apparently begin gamers off with out the bat required to finish it, and “missing controller controls on the PC version of the game” are apparently now restored. Techland considerably humblebrags that, in addition to all the pieces listed, the patch consists of “1491 other minor fixes.”

Dying Light is without doubt one of the most comprehensively-supported video games I’ve ever seen (in actual fact, its final update got here simply because the sequel was being launched.) Techland’s following the identical path right here and has already launched a number of updates for the sequel together with a Peacekeeper-themed armor and weapon set and a brand new game plus mode. There’s loads extra to return, and you’ll see the newest growth roadmap under.

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