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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:20pm 16/10/19 | 0 Comments
Three letters and a word - RTX On. With Remedy's Control becoming the poster-thing for all that is possible with real-time ray-tracing on a gaming PC (be sure to check out our deep dive) - stuff like shadows, lighting, and reflections have never looked better. Yeah, with the power of an NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics card Control on PC is next-level stuff.

So, the idea of a photo mode in Control is definitely cause for excitement. And also, it plays nicely into the fact that the game's brutalist architecture and weirdo underground sci-fi location - the Federal Bureau of Control - looks great no matter the platform you're playing on.

And the kinetic combat will also make for some great photo-ops.



As per this write-up (which funny enough comes via the official PlayStation blog) from Remedy's Community Manager Vida Starcevic, players will be given direct access to camera-like controls and post-processing features. Everything from camera roll, field of view, focus distance, aperture adjustments and even the ability to hide characters or apply one of ten different filters will be there.

And the Control love doesn't end here, as Remedy is also planning to release its challenging Expeditions mode before the year is out - which will be free to all players ahead of the planned expansions.



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