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Capture Epic Moments with God of War Ragnarok's Photo Mode

By Mazen "Mithrie" Turkmani
Published: November 12, 2022 at 3:30 PM GMT

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God of War Ragnarok is potentially getting a photo mode, Baldur's Gate 3 might get a release date announcement soon, and No Man's Sky VR will launch soon.

Baldur's Gate 3 Release

Baldur's Gate 3, the highly anticipated role-playing game developed by Larian Studios, has recently been the topic of a blog post on Steam. In the post, the developers shed some light on the progress they have made in the game's development, particularly focusing on motion capture technology.


Larian Studios revealed that Act 1 of Baldur's Gate 3 is mostly complete, which is an exciting update for fans eagerly awaiting the release of the game. The developers are now hard at work on Act 2 and Act 3, ensuring that the game offers a comprehensive and immersive experience for players.


Although a specific release date has not yet been announced, Baldur's Gate 3 is scheduled for release sometime in 2023. Fans are eagerly anticipating an official release date announcement, which is rumored to be happening next month during December 2022. As soon as any new updates regarding Baldur's Gate 3 become available, rest assured that we will bring you the latest news.

No Man's Sky VR

No Man's Sky, the ever-expanding space exploration game developed by Hello Games, has been making waves with its upcoming VR mode. In a recent announcement, Hello Games confirmed that the VR mode for No Man's Sky will be ready for the launch of the highly anticipated PSVR 2 on February 23rd, 2023.


For fans of No Man's Sky who are also eagerly awaiting the release of the PSVR 2, this is undoubtedly exciting news. The combination of the immersive VR experience and the vast universe of No Man's Sky will create a truly captivating gameplay experience. Mark your calendars for February 23rd, 2023, as it promises to be a groundbreaking day for both No Man's Sky and PSVR 2 enthusiasts.

God of War Ragnarok Photo Mode

In the world of modding, there's always something exciting happening. Recently, a modder by the name of Speclizer_ shared a video showcasing what could potentially be the photo mode for the highly anticipated game, God of War Ragnarok. While the footage is undeniably captivating, it should be noted that it is still a work in progress.


The video highlights the potential capabilities of the photo mode, allowing players to manipulate facial expressions of various characters. One particularly intriguing aspect is the possibility of making the iconic protagonist, Kratos, smile. If this feature makes it into the final release of God of War Ragnarok, it's sure to be a hit among gamers.


As of now, it remains to be seen if the developers at PlayStation will include the photo mode in the final version of God of War Ragnarok. However, judging from the positive reaction to the video, it seems likely that the addition of a photo mode would be warmly received by fans of the franchise. Keep an eye out for official announcements regarding the photo mode as the release of God of War Ragnarok draws nearer.


In conclusion, the gaming landscape is constantly evolving, offering exciting updates and developments for gamers worldwide. From the progress made on Baldur's Gate 3 to the availability of No Man's Sky in VR on the launch of the PSVR 2, there is no shortage of thrilling news for avid gamers. Additionally, the potential inclusion of a photo mode in God of War Ragnarok could provide players with a whole new way to engage with the game and create memorable moments.


As always, stay tuned to the latest gaming news for updates on these highly anticipated titles and more.

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