Photo mode is becoming an increasingly common feature in games these days. Titles as varied as Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Forza Horizon 2 allow players to make the in-game interface disappear and compose screenshots like they would a photograph.
Doom's photo mode, which Bethesda announced earlier this month, will be available as a toggle in the game settings once you've loaded into a campaign mission. Thursday's patch adds another setting to Doom, and it's one that longtime fans of the franchise will appreciate. A new option for the weapon placement makes guns show up centered on the bottom of the screen — just like in the original Doom (see screenshot above).
In addition to those features, the patch includes a host of improvements to the SnapMap interface, and bug fixes for both the single-player and multiplayer modes. You can see the full patch notes on Bethesda's website. For more on Doom, read our review.