Pokémon Scarlet and Violet was released a few hours back, and players have already dived into the game. Nintendo’s Pokémon series games never disappoint players, and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet is also getting satisfactory reviews from players. Like always, the game has brought lots of features, and the photo mode is among them. This guide will help you know how to use Photo mode in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
Photo Mode in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet- How to Use?
If you have been playing the game and roaming around the Paldea region, you’ll find lots of areas that you may want to capture and share with your friends. Using photo mode, players can even capture photos of their Pokémon and their selfies. Generally, every Pokémon game has this feature, and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet also have one.
Players can access the photo mode from the beginning of the game, and they can also use filters, adjust brightness, and use emotes and poses in their photos. The camera angles can be changed, and you can rotate the camera. There’s the option to point and reset the camera as well. So, there are lots of features you can use in photo mode.
Now, if you are looking for a way to use the photo mode in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, let me tell you, the process is easy. Follow the below steps to enable photo mode in the game-
- Go to the area you want to take a picture of and press down on the D-pad.
- Press A to Hide the Guide
- Use L and R buttons to rotate the camera
- Hold the R button to Reset the Camera
- Press the R button to Point the Camera.
- Press B to Back
Now that you adjusted everything and are ready to capture photos, click on the camera icon below to capture the photo. Once you click the photos, you can save them and see them later. To change camera mode press ‘Y’. Also, players can activate the camera anytime to capture photos. Once you activate the photo mode, you’ll find the controls on the left side of the screen. So it’ll be easier for players to handle the photo mode.
That’s all you need to know about how to use photo mode in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.