The time-skipping shooter of Arkane Deathloop oozes style from its environments and character designs. This makes it a natural platform for a photo mode, which the game''s third update adds along with some impressive accessibility options.
Here''s a clip for the video mode in action:
The photo mode in Deathloop is similar to the ones used in nearly every game in the past two years. It gives you a choice of which camera to move and tilt, as well as filters to apply, which alter colours and lighting, and the ability to pose the game''s protagonists.
The same update provides further customization, including improved combat difficulties, increased choice for the size, opacity, and color of HUD and subtitle options, and improved menu navigation. The most impressive feature is a new option to slow the game speed, which allows you to play the entire Deathloop at a 75% or 50% speed.
"We took the time to look at all of the accessibility reviews and see the videos of players explaining why they couldn''t play Deathloop," Yoann Bazoge, the head of the UI/UX division, said in a post about the update. "We then developed a document containing all of the feedback and drew up a timeline for the new releases for Game Update 3.
On the Deathloop website, you may find all patches for the update.