Control Photo Mode, Expeditions Mode, and Two Paid Expansions Incoming

Yolanda Curtis
September 12, 2019

The next batch of free content, consisting of a free game mode, will release in December.

Photo Mode, which will allow you to take snapshots of Jesse as you explore the Oldest House, arrives sometime in the fall.

As for the expansions connected to the Season Pass, in 2020 we will be able to see the publication of two DLCs called "Fondamenta" and "EMA", each able to offer several hours of fun thanks to new missions, new enemies to face and even more game mechanics original. Still, there's no denying that the theories about Alan Wake and Control sharing a timeline are cool as hell, and I wouldn't put it past Remedy to give old Alan a nod in a future expansion.

An official blog post didn't provide any notable details about photo mode but more info is expected to be revealed soon.

Control is out now for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

This autumn we'll be getting a photo mode, so that you can see all the attractive explosions and wild physics frozen in time, and in December the new Expeditions game mode lands in the game too.

Expansions: In 2020, two full, paid Expansions will be released, The Foundation and AWE.

Remedy game, the team behind Control has just announced their intention to bring a slew of new content to their RPG.

AWE, the second expansion, is now even more of a mystery.

As we said in our Control review, Remedy Entertainment delivered an unforgettable sci-fi adventure with superb psychic combat, an engrossing world, and phenomenal characters.

For The Foundation expansion, launching in early 2020, the Oldest House's history will receive further exploration. Players who purchase this pack will enter a new area of the house, the Investigations Sector, where the Bureau closely examines Altered World Events. "Expect things to get weird", says the developer. Lastly, each expansion will also be sold separately with PS4 receiving "The Foundation" expansion first. Have you been playing Control?

Control was released for the PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One in August, and is Remedy's first title since the Xbox One-exclusive Quantum Break.

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