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How To Get Photo Mode In Elden Ring (Mod)

Want to capture stunning screenshots? Here's how you can access Photo Mode in Elden Ring.

Elden Ring is a game that focuses on a mind-blowing gameplay experience (which can be made easier or harder depending on your preference). But there will be many moments when you might just want to whip out the photo mode in Elden Ring and take some spectacular screenshots of the scenery, a stylish move, or even a close-up of the creepy boss you encounter. Unfortunately, there is no photo mode in-game but, you know, there’s a mod for that.

Elden Ring Photo Mode Mod

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If you are interested in getting the Elden Ring Photo Mode mod, you will have to head to this link Pateron.com and pay money for the same. This mod was free until March 10 2022, and has been created by Otis_Inf. Once you purchase it, follow the provided steps to install the mod in the game. And then you can move around the camera to capture a click of anything on the screen.

Note that mods aren’t officially supported by the game/devs (yet), therefore you will have to do it at your own risk. Using this mod will require you to disable the anti-cheat and play in offline mode. So, in case you want to capture a screenshot of something cool that happens while playing in multiplayer mode, it won’t be possible through this mod. But, you can always screen record your gameplay so that you don’t miss the multiplayer action.

Some players are facing the Inappropriate Activity Detected error message which is speculated to be due to the usage of mods and cheats, but many new players are getting the same error too. As of now, there’s no official word from the developers regarding this issue. They might decide to ban anyone who is using cheats and mods, so players need to be careful.

This is basically how players can access ‘photo mode’ in Elden Ring. It’s a bummer that this visually stunning game (featuring various types of unique environments) doesn’t have an in-built Photo Mode, à la Ghost of Tsushima. Demon’s Souls PS5 remake does have a Photo Mode – let’s see if FromSoftware decides to add it in Elden Ring in the future.