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Grounded Update Adds Photo Mode to the Game

- By marswaal
Publish Date : 2021-03-31 08:02:15
Grounded Update Adds Photo Mode to the Game

The newest update for Obsidian's survival RPG Grounded is out now. There are quite a few important changes and additions to update 0.8.0 of Grounded, but chief among them may be the incorporation of photo mode.

Grounded has continued to grow in popularity, and the new updates and content certainly help. Whether it be updates that add firefly enemies or new biomes to explore, the Xbox Game Pass title is seeing ongoing support from Obsidian, and the newest example is the update that went live today.

The biggest new feature of the game is the photo mode. With the game being based on the idea of being a backyard survival game, it will be exciting to see players take pictures of giant koi fish, spiders, bees, mosquitos, and more in Grounded. Some of the best photo mode games allow players to snap images of sprawling vistas, but Grounded has the opportunity to allow mini-photographers to show their nature photo skills in very up close and interesting ways.

The 0.8.0 update also comes with a few pieces of crafting content, including a door frame and both a Triangular Stem Wall and an Inverted Triangular Stem Wall. The update also sees many other features, general changes and tuning, quality of life improvements, bug fixes, and more.

The updates to Grounded are designed to continue to improve upon the game. Obsidian's survival title is still in Game Preview, so there are plenty of aspects of the game that are being worked on. Photo mode is just one element of the game that adds value to it as a product, and something that fans will likely appreciate.

Obsidian Entertainment has proven to be a productive developer in the past number of years, with an increasing ability to juggle several projects at once. Obsidian has a long history of making RPG games, and its current projects prove there isn't any slowing down the Microsoft Games Studios developer. Most of the company's current projects are public knowledge, with one secret project and another large game that has been shrouded in mystery.

Obsidian originally found success with its first game, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 - The Sith Lords in 2004. The developer was founded by former members of Black Isle Studios who already had a wealth of experience in developing RPGs, having worked on series such as Icewind Dale and Fallout. To this day, the developer has mostly kept its projects within its RPG roots, but it has experimented with other genres and styles of role-playing experiences over the years. Its current slate of games represents a mixture of its role-playing expertise and some new directions for the company.

The second and final Outer Worlds DLC, Murder on Eridanos, is set to arrive sometime before the end of the current fiscal year. This means that the expansion should be in the hands of players before April 1, 2021. The story of the expansion revolves around a character known as Halcyon Helen, the star of an in-universe show called Terror on Monarch. Helen is looking to go on a final adventure and looks set to be a solid follow-up to the first expansion, Peril on Gorgon.


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