Available now on PS5 and PC, Deathloop Update 3 adds photo mode and a host of accessibility options t0 Arkane Lyon’s time-twisting FPS
Developer Arkane Lyon today announced the release of Update 3 for their time-shifting first-person shooter, Deathloop.
Available today on PlayStation 5 and PC, the update adds a new photo mode to the game, along with a host of accessibility options.
The photo mode includes a wide range of camera customizations to help players capture highlights from their time spent on the mysterious island of Blackreef. Meanwhile, the new accessibility options allow players to do things such as increase or decrease the difficulty of combat, HUD and UI updates, and improved menu navigation.
You can find a complete list of the Update 3 accessibility features here.
To celebrate the release of Deathloop Update 3, publisher Bethesda has put out a trailer showcasing the new photo mode in action. You can check it out for yourself below:
Deathloop is now available for the PlayStation 5 and PC. I scored the game a 4.5 out of 5 in my review last September, saying, “If you’ve been waiting for the PlayStation 5’s first true killer app, this is it. Deathloop is an innovative and satisfying take on the shooter genre that you can’t afford to miss. Developer Arkane Studios has managed to take Dishonored‘s rock-solid foundation and hone it to a razor’s edge. With a rewarding progression system and a gameplay loop that encourages experimentation and exploration, you can’t help but wonder why Colt would ever want to break this cycle. Sprawling, cerebral, and consistently exciting, Deathloop deserves a spot in every shooter fan’s PS5 library.”
Will you be returning to Blackreef to mess around with the new photo mode today? If so, be sure to let us know in the comments section.