HOW TO USE THE WITCHER 3 PHOTO MODE: Anyone playing the most recent patch for The Witcher 3 will have access to CDPROJEKT RED’s new photo mode. The capability is similar to that found in many other recent video games, and it has been brought over to The Witcher 3. However, the photo mode’s initial accessibility is a bit murky upon first startup. This article will instruct you on how to activate the camera in The Witcher 3.
Even if it isn’t made clear how to activate photo mode, taking screenshots in The Witcher 3 is a breeze. On a PC, you may activate the camera by pressing the “U” key. You can activate the mode by simultaneously pressing the Left and Right Sticks on a PlayStation 5 or Xbox One Series X|S controller.
This photo option is exclusive to the Nintendo Switch and is not accessible on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC.
HOW TO TAKE SCREENSHOTS IN THE WITCHER 3
The Witcher 3’s photo mode is always available, with the exception of dialogue and cutscenes. When taking pictures, the bottom of the screen will display all of the options available to you.
You may rotate the camera around in a full circle using the standard settings to get the best possible photo. When you’ve settled on a good frame, you may use the other four options to fine-tune the rest of your photo. There are 4 different tabs to choose from:
Any player who has used a camera or another game’s photo mode will be immediately at home with the options available in these menus. A satisfying final product can be achieved by adjusting the sliders found in each option.
As soon as you’re satisfied with the shot, hit the “Take Screenshot” button. These screenshots will be stored alongside your other gameplay screenshots in your console’s local gallery. If you’re using a PC, open up your Documents directory. The following address in File Explorer will get you to this: