Detroit: Become Human Photo Mode Currently in the Works
With Detroit: Become Human now out and able to be played by anyone, fans around the world have been hoping to see some features included in the game. Notably, players are hoping to see Detroit get a Photo Mode included into the game, and while lots of PlayStation 4 games haven’t launched with such a mode included, it’s not unusual to see them patched in later.
We are working on it, but it poses certain issues as all our 19000 shots feature unique lighting and depth of field! Not easy thereby!
— Guillaume#becomehuman (@GdeFondaumiere) June 4, 2018
When asked about this on Twitter (above), Guillaume de Fondaumière – the co-CEO of Quantic Dream – acknowledged the team is working on the mode, but due to Detroit featuring unique lighting and depth of field for almost every shot, it’s not the easiest thing for the studio to do. Still, with the team working on it, it seems like it will only be a matter of time before we’re able to grab some artistic shots in the game that has become Quantic Dream’s most successful release so far.
You can check out our compiled list of everything you need to know regarding the Quantic Dream release to catch up on anything you missed, and don’t forget to check out our review of Detroit: Become Human if you haven’t yet:
Some games allow us to escape reality, and some force us to take a long hard look at it. Detroit: Become Human is one of those games that straddles the border between entertainment and reality. The themes it covers are very real, and it allows us to get a unique perspective on societal problems we may have never given much thought to before. No matter who you are, no matter your race, gender, political affiliation, age, or economic standing, you can find something in Detroit that will resonate with you. Detroit was never an easy game to play. Many of the choices were hard ones to make, and there’s no real right answer. It’s a game that cautions us not to repeat mistakes of the past. My choices shaped the story and personalized it, allowing me to see those decisions play out in myriad unique ways, plot holes, clumsy controls, and all. Even as human as we are, we are always becoming human, and no matter which path you take, Detroit is our story.
Detroit: Become Human is available now on PlayStation 4.