Disco Elysiumone of the best releases of 2019 and , it finally has a dedicated photo mode, but it’s not like this one. , the game’s new Collage Mode gives players full access to all the characters, environments, and props found in the RPG. As you can imagine, you can use this power to pose your favorite NPCs in “a variety of silly and sane poses.” You are then free to add filters and change the time of day to change the mood of your shoot.

But most interesting of all, the collage mode gives you the freedom to write your own dialogue Disco Elysiumand make it look like it came directly from the game. “Create completely new dramas from unforgivable hand smacks to fruitful but forbidden kisses,” suggests developer ZA/UM Studio. “Confirm your fiction with screenshots directly from the game.” Disco Elysium fan fiction will never be the same.

Like , Collage Mode arrives amid an ongoing public dispute between ZA/UM and a handful of former studio employees. The disagreement dates back to 2022, when three members of the Disco Elysium Robert Kurvitz, Helen Hindpere and Alexander Rostov – said they were fired from their jobs after the studio’s takeover by two Estonian businessmen in 2021. Kurvitz and Rostov went on to accuse ZA/UM’s new owners of . On Tuesday, ZA/UM issued a press release announcing that the lawsuit brought by Kurvitz and Rostov against him had been resolved after the court dismissed the case. The two later the message was “wrong and misleading in several respects” and that they will continue to pursue other legal options against their former employer.


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