The New Battlefield coming out will have a spectator mode and camera for consoles Xbox One and PlayStation 4, this is great news for players who enjoy the design of the game. Battlefield 1 Will come with In-game Camera for Consoles
Battlefield 1 Will come with In-game Camera for Consoles
EA gave screenshot artist Berduu early access to the spectator mode and he explained how it works. You can follow any individual soldier or vehicle using a “director camera,” which locks onto a player’s movement, while allowing you to control its positioning.
There is also a “free camera” system in Battlefield 1’s spectator mode. You can create multiple free cameras and place them around the map. You’re able to switch between them at will, while the settings for each can be adjusted individually.
Players will also be able to tinker with field-of-view and depth-of-field settings. As Berduu explains, a low field-of-view value (30) works well for close-ups. Adjusting the depth-of-field values allows users to control things like camera blur. There are also filters that you can use, including noir, and each has a strength slider that lets players fine-tune their shots further.
Thankfully, there is also the option to hide the HUD. Watch Berduu’s video above to see what you can do using the spectator mode and capture tools. The video below, from ShadowSix Films and sponsored by EA, also shows these things off.
You can play Battlefield 1 as early as October 13th if you are signed up for EA Access, the Developers also released a trailer for the 1st look at Campaign. Battlefield 1 Will come with In-game Camera for Consoles