In short, all you have to do to use Photomode in Dying Light 2 is open the Pause menu. At the Pause Menu, you can enable Photomode by clicking on the option listed under Online Menu. Once Photomode is enabled, you can take various screenshots with an array of filters and customization options.
If you want to hide the player model in screenshots, It can be done using the Visibility option. Other options include various filters and Camera settings, including image zoom, focus distance, and camera roll. That said, here are all of the options players can use in Dying Light 2's Photomode.
All Dying Light 2 Photomode Options, Filters, and Settings
- Camera options
- Focus Distance
- Color options
- Filter Intensity
- Black and White Hard/Soft
- Player Visibility: This option makes it so player models appear or don't appear in screenshots.
- Additional FX: The Additional FX options add borders to the top and bottom of screenshots.
- Movie Reel
- Old Instant Film
- Projector Slide
- Letterboxing: Adds a simple black box to the top and bottom of screenshots.
When was Photomode added to Dying Light 2?
Photomode was added with Update 1.4.0 of Dying Light 2, along with chapters and weekly and daily bounties
Where are Dying Light 2 screenshots saved?
Depending on your system, Dying Light 2 screenshots will use your system's default folder or location for screenshots. For example, if you are on Steam and PC, you can locate your Dying Light 2 screenshots by opening the game's screenshot folder through Steam.
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