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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Adds Photo Mode With Recent Update
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor has been enjoying a lot of success since its release and to make the game even more exciting, Monolith has added a new photo mode via recent patch update.
Using this photo mode, you will be able to capture the decapitations of orcs and share it online with your friends. Screenshots that you take will be completely editable as you will be able to change things like distance, position and brightness among other options.
Photo Mode got its popularity from The Last of Us Remastered Edition, where a large number of players created some amazing images and shared it online.
The latest patch update of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is out now on all three platforms i.e. PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC; it will take about 655 MB of your hard disk space.
On PS4, you will be able to edit screenshots and then save them using the share button on the DualShock 4 controller. However, Xbox One doesn’t have this kind of button or feature at this moment, which is why players are complaining that they are unable to save the images after editing.
Hopefully, Monolith will clarify the usage of Photo Mode on Microsoft’s console soon, so that the players can share their gory images online.
PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor are still in development and will release on November 18.