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The tool allows placing characters in different environments with resizing, rotation, filters, weather effects, frames, etc.

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A new update is available for ZA/UM’s Disco Elysium: The Final Cut on PC, adding Collage Mode. It is essentially Photo Mode, which allows players to place characters with different poses and visual effects in environments to create collages. Check out the trailer to see it in action.

ZA/UM art director Kaspar Tamsalu said, “Collage Mode is an amazing tool that places characters, environments and visual effects from Disco Elysium into the hands of all players to create original art.

“It also allows you to closely examine our brush strokes and allows you to position and twist the character models as if they were toys in the palm of your hand. You can see up close how the artists came together to create the game’s distinctive look, which extends to brand new art we made specifically for this mode.”

Lead developer Chris Priestman added, “This latest update offers a whole new way to explore the world Disco Elysium as it is at the same time a doll’s house, a blank canvas, and a storytelling machine.

“We made this for our incredibly talented fans as we’ve spent years admiring everything they create, from beautiful paintings to memorable short stories and amazing cosplay – now we’re hoping for a lot more! We only ask that they go easy on Kim Kitsuragi, she can only take so much love. “

Along with placing characters in different poses, they can also be resized and rotated. You can apply filters, enable environmental effects such as fog, snow and rain, or change the time of day. Various items and clothing are available to place on characters, and you can even insert custom text. Topping it all off is a themed frame like “Kim Catsuragi” and “Building Communism.”

Interestingly, new scenes can be discovered with a new voiceover from the narrator. Collage Mode will be available in the coming days for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In the meantime, check out our Disco Elysium: The Final Cut review.

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