Sekiro Players on PC Can Now Snap Some Cool Shinobi Pics
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a really pretty game that launched without a photo mode and the game’s developers at FromSoftware have yet to announce that there’s one coming so a Sekiro player on PC has decided to make a photo mode of their own.
The player, identified on Twitter as “Jim2point0”, made an AOB Cheat Engine table that freezes gameplay in a way that allows players to take their own screenshots. The cheat engine script for the unofficial photo mode can be copied and pasted into the AOB.
While FromSoftware’s latest game has often been praised for its challenging combat mechanics, Sekiro has also commended for its graphics and visual style.
“Graphically, Sekiro isn’t necessarily anything to write home about, but that doesn’t undermine the beauty of the world FromSoftware has crafted,” the author of our review wrote. “1500’s Sengoku Japan is gorgeous to behold. Light rays peek through colorful trees and detailed architecture towers throughout villages, forests, and mountains. As expected, the designs of characters, bosses, and enemies possess that unique FromSoftware touch.”
What do you think of this news? If you’ve tried it, how has this photo mode hack been so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.