The third major patch added a photo mode and accessibility

The third major patch added a photo mode and accessibility settings to Deathloop

Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer from Studio Arkane reported to release the third major update for its roguelike adventure shooter Deathloop.

    Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

One of the two main features of the patch was the photo mode, which allows players to adjust the settings of the images. The tool is opened from the pause menu or by pressing a hotkey, but only in single mode.

Photo mode allows you to hide in-game heroes and messages, change character skins (even those that haven’t been unlocked yet), switch between first-person and third-person perspectives, apply stickers (40 to choose from) and frames (14).

The second significant innovation of the update was the integration of accessibility settings into Deathloop. Additional options are located in the Accessibility section of the options menu.

In particular, we added the ability to set the number of “reprises” (up to infinite), enable fixation when aiming, reduce the complexity of battles, change the game speed (up to 50%) and pause when opening the circle to activate menu.

For a full list of changes introduced by the patch, as well as a full list of Photo Mode features and accessibility features, see steam. With the update, Deathloop also introduced AMD FSR 2.0 technology.

Deathloop was released on September 14th, 2021 on PC (Steam, Bethesda Launcher) and PS5. According to the plot, on the island of Black Reef, mercenary Colt Wang must break out of the time loop and kill eight ideologues in one day.

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