News | Deathloop update adds photo mode and accessibility options

Game Update 3 is now available for Deathloop, adding a photo mode and accessibility options to the game.

Photo mode includes a variety of camera customization options to capture photos in Blackreef at any time.

There are also new accessibility options so that more people can enjoy Deathloop. This provides, among other things, the possibility to lower or increase the difficulty and to make the gameplay faster or slower. The game’s user interface can now also be customized.

Deathloop was released last year for PlayStation 5 and PC. In the game, which is developed by Arkane, players arrive at a lawless island called Blackreef. They are caught in a kind of loop where the day repeats itself, unless one kills the eight targets in the correct order in one day. The goal is to find the targets, keep the order and thereby break the loop.

The game received an 8.5 on GamersInfuzed: “Deathloop is a bizarre fever dream that is actually too fun to wake up from. An absurd, retrofuturistic murder mystery in which you don’t solve the murders, but you have to commit it.

News | CD Projekt Red unveils Cyberpunk 2077 photo mode

CD Projekt Red has revealed Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode in a new trailer.

The functions of the mode are highlighted in the first images. For example, players can rotate and pose their character, move the camera, add various effects and use other editing options. Various stickers and frames are also available.

Other than the trailer, CD Projekt Red says little about the mode, but it is expected to launch on December 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia and PC. The game is also playable on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, a special update with graphics enhancements will be released next year.