Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – How To Take A Screenshot Without The HUD

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Screenshot of Fornis Region and Swordmarch
Image: Nintendo/Monolith Soft/Nintendo Life

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is one of the most beautiful games on the Switch, and it would be a waste to enjoy the world without taking a nice screenshot or two (or hundreds) of the stunning world of Aionios. While the Switch offers a handy way to take screenshots natively, there’s one thing that gets in the way of those huge vistas – the HUD.

But don’t worry – there is a way to get rid of all those extra bits on the screen and get some perfect shots of your favorite places in Aionios.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – How to hide the HUD and make clean screengrabs?

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Maktha Wildwood
Image: Nintendo/Monolith Soft/Nintendo Life

During cutscenes, you can simply use the screenshot button on your Switch to get some incredible action scenes and tender moments, but things like the minimap, quest markers, enemy levels, and character stats remain on as you roam the world. Screen.

To take a screenshot without all those little things cluttering up your perfect shot, Simultaneously press the “L” and “R” keys.. This will make the HUD details disappear briefly and your Switch will emit that satisfying snapshot sound. You can then view your results in your console’s photo album!

You can also hop on or off for an even better view. Hold the ‘ZL’ buttonand then move the Right analog stick up or down to zoom in or out.

Removing the HUD makes a real difference – just take a look at some of our shots to get an idea of ​​what to expect.

This article is part of our Xenoblade Chronicles Walkthrough and Guide series. We’ll help you survive your journeys through Aionios with information you need to get the most out of the game such as All Heroes and Classes, 16 Tips & Tricks we wish we knew before we started, how how to get affinity and XP rewards from Collectopaedia cards, how to get 100% completion and how to unlock the Nopon Coin Xchange.

We also share with you where to find all rest areas, all secret areas, each Ferronis Hulk location and all unique monster locations (including Aetia Full Region, Aetia Upper & Elgares Depths Region, Fornis Region, Pentelas Region, Keves Castle Region, Cadensia Region, and Origin Interior) as well as all meal recipes, effects, and where to find them.

We can also help with certain side quests such as: B. “How to complete the quest “The Union of the Seven Nopon” and “How to complete the quest “Nopon Register” and tell you how to make the most of chain attacks and the soul hack ability and offer advice whether you should play the previous Xenoblade Chronicles games before starting XC3, how long to beat the game and how to take a screenshot without the HUD

And last but not least, check out our review and where to buy Xenoblade Chronicles on Nintendo Switch if for some reason you haven’t bought the game yet!

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