Newest Cyberpunk 2077 Trailer Teases Photo Mode

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CD Projekt Red has given fans a quick look-see at how the Photo mode in the game works.
CD Projekt Red has given fans a quick look-see at how the Photo mode in the game works. CD Projekt Red

Cyberpunk 2077 is shaping up to be a game with lots of style. But as far as some of its features are concerned, they still remain a mystery. Interestingly, CD Projekt Red reportedly teased the game’s Photo mode on Twitter, giving fans a heads-up on how it will work.

The official Twitter account of Cyberpunk 2077 teased a video with a glitching view of Night City’s monstrous buildings. And apart from countless flashing lights, the footage displays what appears to be a camera symbol superimposed over the top.

It is worth noting that the photo mode of the game was first teased back in September of last year. This was when the same Twitter page responded to fans inquiring about the possibility of including a photo mode. The account replied: "We are planning to have it.” There is no doubt that the #PhotosFromNightCity hashtag in the aforementioned post certainly confirms the feature to be a significant addition in the game.

Of course, there is also the possibility of it being a minor section of Cyberpunk 2077, possibly largely as an interactive way for players to appreciate and record the most amazing moments from the large-scale dystopian noir video game title from CD Projekt Red.

Besides, it holds true that most consoles these days are expected to offer a screenshot feature baked in. Take for example the PlayStation 4 controller's touchpad and the Nintendo Switch screenshot button, both of which allow you to process a quicker way of recording visual evidence of your progress throughout a game. While nothing has been set in stone so far, many believe that the photo mode in Cyberpunk 2077 will be completely different. But as far as how different it will be, it remains to be seen.

Taking into consideration the sci-fi nature of Cyberpunk 2077, it is safe to say that the mode will be there to obtain photo or video evidence of abuses of power, illicit meetings, or even selfies with Keanu Reeves, just to name a few.

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