Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order update adds photo mode
Respawn Entertainment is releasing a new update for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order today, December 11th, that introduces photo mode and lets players hide a certain part of Cal’s lightsaber.
Following the update, players will be able to take the perfect picture of Cal—or hide him entirely—thanks to the new photo mode. Once it has been enabled in the settings, players can activate the mode by pressing both the LS and RS (L3 and R3). Using this feature, players can set the camera height and position, zoom in, tilt, hide Cal, hide the AI, place spotlights, hide the UI, and more. The entire scene can be reset at any time by pressing the RS (R3).
The second big addition is the ability to remove “a specific part of Cal’s lightsaber.” The actual part is considered a spoiler. However, for those who have made it that far, head into the customization menu and hide it using the new toggle.
Finally, a number of bug fixes have been introduced, such as crash fixes, collision issues, and BD-1 getting stuck. Read the full patch notes here.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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