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Disco Elysium's new Collage Mode lets you "create the screenshots you have always desired"

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ZA/UM has released a new «Collage Mode» for Disco Elysium. The brand-new mode – which is out now on PC, and coming to consoles «over the coming days» – gives players «full access to characters, environments, effects, and custom dialogue to create the screenshots that they have always desired».

The new mode lets players place characters «across the game's paintery environments and then pick from a range of silly and sensible poses», apply filters and frames, and even write their own dialogue to «create a whole story with a single image by entering custom text that can be placed anywhere». «Collage Mode is an incredible tool that puts the characters, environments, and visual effects from Disco Elysium into the hands of all the players to create original art,» explains Kaspar Tamsalu, art director at ZA/UM Studio. «It also allows you to examine our brush strokes up close and lets you pose and twirl the character models as if they were toys in the palm of your hand.

You can really 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.» This latest update comes in the shadow of a public dispute between the studio and several of its former staff.

Former ZA/UM creatives Robert Kurvitz and Sander Taal recently responded to the studio's recent press release, disputing much of what it says.

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