Read this Ghost Of Tsushima guide to learn about the Kurosawa (black and white) mode or Samurai Cinema mode. Find out information about Akira Kurosawa filter, and more!Check Out The Beginners Guide Here!
Black & White (Kurosawa) Mode Overview
Change Your Game Into a 50's Film
Kurosawa Mode, or Samurai Cinema will effectively turn your game into a 50's samurai film by enabling a few filters. This is perfect for fans of the classic samurai films and great for taking snapshots and video in Photo Mode.Click Here For More On Photo Mode Feature
How To Enable Kurosawa Mode
Enable At Beginning Of Game
Upon starting a new game, you will then be able to choose the applicable voice overs and subtitles. Among them, you will find the Kurosawa mode. Enabling this option will turn the game into a samurai noire, film grains and all, from the get go!
Enable From Display Option Menu
You may also choose to swap over to Kurosawa mode at any time by pausing the game and opening your options menu. Choose the display tab from the menu, and enable Kurosawa Mode.
Black & White (Kurosawa) Mode Features
Black And White Filter
Enabling the Samurai Cinema feature will apply a black and white filter to your game. It will also add some film grain and noise to the overall graphics to make the mode feel more authentic and similar to the 50's films.
Does Not Alter Gameplay In Any Way
Kurosawa Mode will not alter any gameplay elements when enabled. It will only change the look of your game, but will not give you any gameplay advantages or disadvantages.
Akira Kurosawa - The Mode's Inspiration
Influential Japanese Filmmaker
This feature was inspired by film director Akira Kurosawa, one of the most influential samurai-noire filmmakers of his generation. Kurosawa is known for his works such as Ikiru, Seven Samurai, and Yojimbo!