The Order 1886: Photo Mode Allows Disabling Film Grain, Looks Stunning In Screenshots

The Order 1886 is one of the most gorgeous game and the recently released Photo Mode only proves how much work and attention has went into creating the graphics and environment of the game.

In case you missed on the news, The Order 1886 has received a brand new Photo Mode which is a feature rich Photo Mode, not only allowing you to freeze the action at any time, but it also allows you to fully take control of the camera in addition to including post processing effects for taking screenshots. The best part is that you can use this Photo Mode to remove the film grain from the game in addition to play through the entire game using various color grading options. For full details about this Photo Mode, you can check out this article.

Ready at Dawn’s Community Manager J Goldberg confirmed on NeoGAF that you can disable the Film Grain using Photo Mode.

For those asking, and to double confirm, you can play through The Order: 1886 with any filters you want (or don’t want), and adjust them on the fly. You can also reset everything back to normal as needed.

What’s clear is that this Photo Mode allows the players to take truly breathtaking screenshots and the result is clear from the screenshots seen below, taken using the in-game Photo Mode.

The following screenshots were taken by NeoGAF users EggbokGIANKRATOS and DieH@rd.

Check out the beauty of Photo Mode in the GIF below, courtesy of NeoGAF user Eggbok.

The Order 1886 was released on the PlayStation 4 on February 20th 2015. It was the first console project from Ready at Dawn, and was developed exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

Let us know what you think about these screenshots in the comments below.