To illustrate the epic landscapes seen in Death Stranding – the epic adventure of Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions, acclaimed by critics and has defined a new genre – the independent study of game development through a press release, has invited the winner of the competition “Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018” and passionate player Pete Rowbottom to embark on a journey to explore and experiment with the unique features of the Photo Mode before going in search of similar, hostile but beautiful landscape scenes to capture in real life.
Death Stranding was released in 2019 on the PlayStation 4 and the last month has also debuted on the PC, and published by 505 Games feature exclusive, as well as support to monitor the ULTRA-WIDESCREEN technology and NVIDIA DLSS2.0 for frame rate and graphics options higher. These new features make it even more photogenic landscapes of haunting beauty and photorealism of Death Stranding.
Kojima Productions has created a short documentary that follows Pete on his journey to explore the landscapes of the game and shows how the photographer experience the wide range of functions in the photo mode, providing suggestions to players to improve their landscape photos in-game. Pete also explains on the basis of what criteria it has selected a series of views of real for his shots, by indicating in detail how and why the data chosen to reflect the best of the environments found in Death Stranding.
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