Blizzard have added a new feature to World Of Warcraft which could prove popular amongst players who love taking pictures. Patch 6.1 will include a S.E.L.F.I.E. camera so that your characters can snap pictures of themselves.
According to a report on Polygon, players will be able to unlock the camera after completing a level 100 mission called Field Photography. The camera comes with three different filters: Sketch, Black and White and a Death filter, and much like in real life, in-game characters will be able to take selfies of themselves, which will be automatically saved to the player’s screenshot folder.
But what good is a selfie without being able to pull an attractive face? Thankfully, Blizzard have thought of that as well, as World Of Warcraft characters will be able to smile, make kiss faces and pull off more expressions while the camera is focused on them. Players will also be able to upgrade to the S.E.L.F.I.E. Camera Mk II after completing the Lens Some Hands mission.
The new patch was rolled out recently to Public Test Realms (PTR) and will also come with an integrated Twitter add-on, which means players will be able to share WoW-related tweets, including their selfie photos.
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