The Division 2 Has Photo Mode Feature With Filters, Depth of Field, and Brightness Adjustment

The Division 2 Has Photo Mode Feature With Filters, Depth of Field, and Brightness Adjustment
Credit: Tom Clancy's The Division 2

The Division 2’s photo mode is coming soon and gratitude to the gaming community for making it happen. The Division fans have asked for a photo mode, and Ubisoft thought that it’s a necessity to add the needed mode to the sequel.

In an USG interview, Keith Evans, the lead designer of The Division 2 has said that the community has asked for that frequently.

Throughout the post-launch of The Division, the loyal members of the community have posted amazing photographs on Twitter. The method is very grassroots and the fans are doing it to please themselves, and to give something back to the community.

Even if the first version doesn’t offer a photo feature, gamers can download a modification for PC, and its entitled Cinematic Tools. This mod allows users to use a camera function when gaming.

When the feature has been first introduced, the creator of the mod has been banned from gaming. But there are a lot of users who utilized the mod, and Julian Gerighty, the creative director of The Division noticed that.

When it’s time to develop the sequel to The Division, Ubisoft has decided that there should be a photo mode, and this feature should be available in The Division 2 in its advent. And this feature really pleases players because they can document their gaming, and they can do creative things with it.

The photo mode in The Division 2 is working like the mode in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Through this feature, gamers can take photographs while gaming without having the need to change settings. This feature will make users more creative because they can add filters to enhance the look of their photographs.

Another reason to use the photo mode is it has professional features such as changing the depth of field so those who love bokeh will fall in love with this mode.

Of course, the brightness can be changed as well so those who are playing in dim light and don’t have a smartphone or an extra light fixture to light them up need not worry.

Gamers can test the Division 2 before launching through the private beta of the game, which will run from February 7 up to February 11. Those who want to participate at testing just need to pre-order the game so they can get an invite and can register on the game’s website.

The Division 2 will be released for PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 15. It will also be available on PC and Epic Games Store will release it.