Ubisoft’s latest game turns nature into a thrilling and absolutely beautiful playground, and so it’s no surprise the developer has included a feature that allows players to capture images of their most exhilarating moments set against the backdrop of its serene open-world. Here’s how to use the photo mode in Riders Republic in case you’re unsure.
How to Use Photo Mode in Republic
First things first, just to clear up the confusion — yes, Riders Republic does feature a photo mode. You will, however, have to play through the tutorial section before it is unlocked, so don’t be alarmed if you can’t find it right off the bat. Just continue on through the early section of the game until you’re let loose in the sandbox, then you’ll be granted access.
Once you have it unlocked, the photo mode is super easy to use. Just press left on the d-pad, and then select the camera icon (left in the wheel that appears on-screen, as seen in the above image).
You’ll discover that the photo mode features a bunch of cool options to enhance your images, including filters, depth of field, time of day, sun azimuth, fog, dust, rain, snow, wetness, brightness, contrast, and saturation setting. Use the touchpad or equivalent button to hide the HUD, and then simply hit the image capture button on your platform to snap the picture.
That’s everything you should need to know about how to use the photo mode in Riders Republic. For more useful tips and guides on the game, be sure to check out Twinfinite’s guide wiki. Otherwise, you should also see some related content below that may prove helpful.
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