Cyberpunk 2077 It’s finally here, and with it comes one of the most impressive graphics mode features of any game you’ve ever played. Since there are so many options, including frames, modes, camera presets, and facial expressions, they are sure to keep you entertained.
I feel like I spent more time on it than completing the tasks. Anyway, here’s how to get the most out of this feature.
Cyberpunk 2077Manual: photo setting
Cyberpunk 2077Picture mode can be initiated by pressing “N” on the keyboard or both the left and right sticks on the Xbox gamepad. Once enabled, you will see different tabs.
The first camera option allows you to select First Person Mode or Drone Mode (Free Camera). You can also choose different presets (camera angles) and adjust the field of view.
Next, the DOF tab lets you adjust the focus of the image. It’s useful when you want to focus on the background or distant objects / characters.
Meanwhile, the Positioner Board might be the highlight Cyberpunk 2077Image mode. You can choose from different modes (some are available for idle or motion mode). Likewise, you can adjust your character’s facial expressions, rotate them in place, move them around, and more.
If you choose a mode of action, you may see options depending on V-weapons. For example, there are modes for when you get katana, rifle, heavy machine gun, and more.
Meanwhile, the Effects tab contains several settings related to contrast, halftone vignettes, color palette / gradient effects, and more.
As for the stickers tab, it has five different logo places that you will see while playing Cyberpunk 2077.
There are also frames and backgrounds that can be added if you want something like a movie poster.
It can be used Cyberpunk 2077Photo mode while roaming or during a shootout. However, it does have some limitations.
If your character is seated, actively interacting with a person or object, or in the middle of a movie scene / dialogue sequence, only the first-person view is available.
The first-person lock also applies when your character is in the car. As such, the most you can do is move the camera or add stickers, but most other options (such as modes) will not be available.
Likewise, there may be moments when some options are not available, such as during a VR style tutorial. This person only has first-person status, too.
Finally, because Cyberpunk 2077 Depends on the “choppy / hacked screen” effect even in picture mode transitions, you might encounter rare instances when the NPCs themselves crash.
As mentioned on our website Technical reviewIn, you can discover some disembodied headers, interlacing textures, floating ends, and more. Although, I rarely encountered these issues.
Cyberpunk 2077Image location image mode
Anyway, if you are satisfied with everything, hit the spacebar to save the PNG image. By default, you should find it Cyberpunk 2077The picture mode of My Computer / This PC -> Pictures -> captures Cyberpunk 2077.
If you use Steam and press F12, you can still get a decent JPEG screenshot (just remember to hide the UI). However, the indicator may appear at the end. As such, it’s best to just press the spacebar to get the PNG file.
Overall, there is a lot to enjoy when it comes to this Cyberpunk 2077Photo mode feature. It’s fully integrated, and you have the means to make these photos look as dynamic and sassy as you want them to be. You don’t even need text edits or expanders.
Night City is visually breathtaking, and Photo Mode lets you capture moments that will leave you in awe. So, samurai, wake up F Up and take a selfie.