Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court will include a photo mode when it launches early next year. The expansion's leading feature gives you your own 3D-rendered space where you can display valuable artifacts and listen to your subjects' requests.
Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court photo mode will let you take pictures of the splendor you've amassed across the centuries and have permanent proof of that one time your rival came begging for help with their tail between their legs.
As teased today by Paradox, Crusader Kings 3's photo mode button has been hiding in plain sight, present in the lower right corner of the screen while exploring the royal court view.
It comes with several camera angles from which you can choose, some of them exclusive to the photo mode, as well as options to hide your courtiers or UI.
Depending on how you feel, you can capture everything that's going on, focus on the decorative aspects of your court, and remove the UI to make it seem like you didn't press a bunch of silly buttons when channeling the energy of the very best medieval photographers.
Although the photo mode counts among the smaller additions coming in Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court, it's a welcome one that digital chronicles will likely not pass on.
In other CK3 news, one ruler somehow managed to marry and divorce himself, which is certainly a performance you don't often hear about.
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