Jurassic World Evolution is set and primed to get another major update before the end of the week: the long-awaited Capture Mode.
Jurassic World Evolution Capture Mode is going to greatly expand upon the core Evolution photo-taking functionality, thus allowing us to take the best real-time virtual dinosaur pictures we've ever had the chance of taking. Find some details on this exciting new feature below.
According to the latest official Jurassic World Evolution update announcement on Steam, players have spent a grand total of 4,600 days taking dinosaur photos with the game's ranger camera feature. This astonishing number is soon going to rise sky-high soon, as the developers will be taking this opportunity to launch the feature-rich Capture Mode functionality on 17th of April.
Capture Mode is going to allow us to hide the game's UI, choose between various photo aspect ratios, control time, and freely edit the photography angle, so that there's nothing stopping us from creating astonishing screenshots anymore. We don't yet know what else is going to be packed together with Capture Mode, though a number of bug fixes have also been announced.
Stay tuned for a full changelog as soon as it's announced, right here at Game Watcher.