Disco Elysium’s collage mode lets you write new dialogue
Elysium Discothequeone of the best releases of 2019 And , there’s finally a dedicated photo mode, but it’s nothing like this . , the game’s new collage mode grants players full access to all the characters, environments, and props included in the RPG. As you can imagine, you can use that power to place your favorite NPCs in “a bunch of silly and logical poses.” You are then free to add filters and change the time of day to change the mood while shooting.
But the most interesting is Collage Mode which gives you the freedom to write your own dialogue for Elysium Discotheque, and make it look like it was taken directly from the game. Developer ZA/UM Studio suggests: “Create brand-new dramas from unforgivable punches to forbidden but fruity kisses. “Certify your fan fiction with screenshots straight from the game.” Elysium Discotheque Fan fiction will never be the same.
EQUAL , Collage mode comes in the midst of an ongoing public dispute between ZA/UM and some of the studio’s former employees. The disagreement began in 2022 when three members of Elysium Discotheque group – Robert Kurvitz, Helen Hindpere and Aleksander Rostov – said they were fired after the studio was taken over by a pair of Estonian businessmen in 2021. Kurvitz and Rostov went on to accuse ZA/UM’s new owners . On Tuesday, ZA/UM released a press release announcing that the legal proceedings that Kurvitz and Rostov brought against them were settled after a court dropped the case. two later notice is “wrong and misleading in some respects” and that they will continue to pursue other legal options against their former employer.