In-game photographers are likely to be overjoyed with this one, as CD Projekt Red confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will have a photo mode, so you can fill up what's left of your disk drive.
Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode was confirmed by CDPR's global community lead Marcin Momot, although we can't blame you for missing it - we know we did. The answer was sitting on the tweet with updated PC hardware specifications, so we guess we'll scour them better next time.
Anyway, Momot was asked whether Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode will let players see V as well, or just what's happening around him/her.
"You will be able to see your character in it. You will be even able to change poses and stuff", he wrote, so CDPR clearly put quite a bit of thought it in.
We suppose that photo mode was to be expected in one of the most anticipated games of 2020, especially since the mode has slowly but surely become a must-have feature for many games. It goes without saying that the more beautiful a game is - the more sense it makes to throw in something for in-game photographers.
Games like Ghost of Tsushima have really made the feature a blast, and the same goes for The Falconeer , whose photo mode continues to eat up yours truly's days. In fact, I think my photo folder outgrew the installation folder quite a while back.
Cyberpunk 2077 developer also confirmed that the game will feature an option to turn off copyrighted music , which should allow streamers to do their thing without having their videos demonetised or taken down. They stressed that this will disable a small number of audio tracks only, so there's plenty left to wade through.
Thanks, Gameranx .