Death Stranding for PS4 version 1.12 update now available, adds Photo Mode

Change angles, colors, frames, expressions, and more.

Death Stranding

Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Kojima Productions have released the version 1.12 update for the PlayStation 4 version of Death Stranding, which adds Photo Mode and various performance improvements.

Get the patch notes below.

Version 1.12

  • Various performance improvements.
  • Addition of Photo Mode.
    • Press the left side of the touch pad button to launch Photo Mode. Camera angles, coloring, and poses can be adjusted as you see fit. Press the Share button to save your photos. Because free camera movement has been prioritized, it is possible that the camera will collide with other objects. Note that there are certain areas in which Photo Mode cannot be used.
    • Choose whether or not to temporarily save changes to Photo Mode settings when closing Photo Mode by selecting “Options” → “Game Settings” → Temporarily Save Settings.”
    • In light of the above, you will now need to press the right side of the touch pad button to call out.

Death Stranding is available now for PlayStation 4. A PC version is due out via Steam and the Epic Games Store on June 2.

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