One of the great things about Deathloop is that it looks great at all times. The FPS game was our pick of the year in 2022 and as well as featuring two memorably cool playable characters, there’s a wonderful and stunning visual style throughout. Now you can accurately display it, thanks to the addition of a new photo mode in the latest Deathloop update, which also adds an impressive set of new accessibility features.
Deathloop’s new photo mode includes an impressive array of options to set up the perfect screenshot. In addition to the usual positioning controls for the camera, you also have options for player character and NPC visibility; you can turn them off if you’re only interested in landscape shots. Colt and Julianna can also pose, and you’ll have access to all of the unlockable outfits included in any edition of Deathloop you own.
Accessibility options can be found in a new category in the main menu, which has been streamlined for more accessible navigation, particularly with the keyboard and directional buttons. Accessibility options are grouped into four categories: images, gameplay, interface, and menus.
Here’s a trailer showing off the new photo mode:
There are some big new options available for difficulty, including some that address Deathloop’s unique mechanic. You can choose, for example, how many ‘replays’ Colt gets before the cycle resets in single player, or remove the difficulty boost that kicks in when you start taking out visionaries.
You can also make adjustments to the speed of the game and even choose whether this setting is always on or can be toggled.
As our hardware team has pointed out, Deathloop’s third update also includes support for AMD’s new FideltyFX Super Resolution 2.0, which could provide a nice FPS boost via image enhancement, similar to the way it works. Nvidia DLSS.
The official patch notes have the full details of what was added in Deathloop game update 3.