PlayStation users – wow, did you deliver and provide some of the best in-game photography to date! Today Red Bull Capture Point, this year’s brand-new competition highlighting the creativity of gamers in the United States, came to a conclusion and awarded winners in six categories who played, captured, and submitted incredible in-game photos of select PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 titles. Over the last several months, contestants submitted photos snapped from Demon’s Souls, Ghost of Tsushima, God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, and The Last of Us Part II for the chance to win some spectacular prizes and be featured in an in-person gallery in New York as well as a virtual exhibition experience.
Red Bull Capture Point competitors were asked to take and submit up to 18 in-game photos across five, award-winning PlayStation titles, using each title’s in-game photo mode and the Share/Create button. Winners were judged and chosen by a panel of experts, including top video game creatives and developers from each of the participating studios, who determined the top photographer in six unique categories:
Winners in each category receive a PS5 console (with Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Drive) and various accessories including a Red Bull Trophy, one DualSense wireless controller, one DualSense Charging Station, one Pulse 3D Headset, one 12-month PlayStation Plus Subscription, one 12-month PlayStation Now Subscription, an unlock of one copy of five yet to be released PlayStation Studio Games upon release, and advancement to the Best of Show competition at the Capture Point Digital Gallery Experience.
The Great Outdoors – @DeSKA0209
Emotions Run High – @Spooked_gamer
This Is Fun – @BetweenDPixels
Frozen In Time – @NoviKaiba23
Catch The Light – @theotherlaser
Edge of Reality – ccf_photomode
Each category winner will be featured in a “Best of Show” reveal at the Red Bull Capture Point Digital and In-Person Gallery Experience, taking place Friday, May 28 through Sunday, May 30 at the High Line in New York, NY.
The virtual gallery allows fans who are not able to attend the in-person New York exhibition with a unique digital experience where they will be allowed to explore a replica of the High Line physical exhibition through a customizable avatar. From there, attendees will be able to travel through portrait “portals” – transporting them to a dynamic and engaging virtual gallery experience, including six extraordinary art spaces reflective of the six competition categories.
For more details on how to attend the virtual exhibition or in-person gallery in New York, head to redbull.com/capturepoint.