Assassin's Creed Origins has received an update that expands and improves the game's Photo Mode. The update fixed a number of bugs and crashes in the game itself. Some gameplay fixes have also been implemented for extra good measure.
Today's Assassin's Creed Origins news is that the game's Photo Mode had received an update. The update expands and improves the mode, as well as fixes a number of bugs and crashes in the game itself. It has been said that the performance should also feel a bit better after the update.
Xbox One: 1.8GB
Uplay PC: 1.3GB | Steam: up to 1.1GB
The lengthy patch notes explain the new features now available in the Photo Mode:
- Implemented camera roll
- Implement multiple effect types (depth of field, exposure, vignette, temperature, tint, saturation, noise)
- Improved visual grid to follow ‘Rule of Thirds’ principle
- Improved M&K controls
- Disabled Photo Mode when in Stone Circles
- Disabled critical messages when in Photo Mode
- Disabled filter selection during composition mode
- Fixed issue where placing a waypoint on a photo thumbnail would display an infinite loading symbol
Assassin's Creed Origins launched with a Photo Mode that was available to all players immediately. The same Photo Mode was used by the sneaker artist Dominic Lowman, of Carmeno Custom Kicks to help him design the limited edition Assassin's Creed Origins Yeezy sneakers.
The Photo Mode also played a critical role in Ubisoft's "If you were able to travel back to Ancient Egypt, what picture would you post?" challenge. The challenge included four of the UK’s leading Instagram travel photographers, and resulted in eight 4K photos that have been transferred from the game into print for public display at the exhibition.