Developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix, the Marvel’s Avengers video game is finally releasing this week on consoles and PC. The game features fan-favorite characters like Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, and Black Widow, and they’re all playable, allowing you to fulfill your very own dreams of becoming a superhero savior. Here’s how to use the photo mode in Avengers Game.
Using the Photo Mode in Avengers Game
Most triple-A video games these days usually come with photo modes, and Avengers is no exception. The game features beautiful graphics and effects, and if you want to capture some screenshots, there’s no better way to do it than with its built-in photo mode.
To activate it, you’ll first want to pause the game by pressing the Options button on PS4 or the Menu button on Xbox One. From the pause menu, press the touchpad on PS4 or the View button on Xbox One to launch the photo mode itself.
From here, you’ll have access to a bunch of options, including camera movement and filters to help you angle the shot however you want it. Once you’ve lined up the perfect shot, you can hide the command menu and capture the screenshot. It’ll be saved on your console or PC hard drive, and you can access it whenever you want.
Once you’re done fiddling around with the mode, just back out with the circle button on PS4 or the B button on Xbox One, and you can jump straight back into the game. The mode can also be accessed pretty much at any point in the game; whether you’re in a cutscene or in the middle of battle, you can start up photo mode to take more cinematic shots.
That’s all you need to know about how to use the photo mode in Marvel’s Avengers. Be sure to search for Twinfinite or check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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