Horizon: Zero Dawn is easily one of the most beautiful games on the PlayStation 4, and capturing that beauty with the title's Photo Mode is a big part of the fun. Guerrilla Games has recognised that, and with the open world role-playing release's next patch, it'll be adding in a ton of new features to help improve your camera work.

First up, you'll now be able to toggle on a grid, allowing you to get the perfect composition for your picture. You'll also be able to select from a range of different poses for protagonist Aloy, and even force her to look into the camera. Facial expressions will also now be an option, while three new filters are being incorporated as well.

But that's not all: the Dutch developer's continuing to listen to fan feedback and improve the game. The same upcoming patch will allow you to filter map icons, so if you only want to see a certain thing, then you'll be able to hide everything else. It's also adding more HUD customisation options, and the ability to remove head gear.

This essentially addresses every lingering complaint we had with the game, so kudos to Guerrilla for being so proactive and prompt with these improvements. Great stuff!

[source blog.eu.playstation.com]