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What kind of detective to become in Disco Elysium – The Final Cut

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Forget what you know about being a detective. That’s right, leave your trench coat and magnifying glass behind. We want you to invent your own detective in Disco Elysium – The Final Cut and give you the chance at the character creation screen. The game launches on PS5 and PS4 March 30.

There are four attributes to take into consideration here:

  • Intellect: brain power
  • Psyche: emotional intelligence
  • Physique: raw strength
  • Motorics: agility

Should you prioritize being smart? Or is it better to be physically tough? Perhaps both at the expense of social awareness? It’s not an easy decision to make, especially in a game like ours which cuts off certain options and opens up others based on your skill levels.

If you find yourself overwhelmed, we’ve provided three archetypes so you don’t have to create a character from scratch. Each archetype provides a unique journey through Disco Elysium so it’s just a case of figuring out which you prefer.

Thinker

The defining attribute of the Thinker is having high Intellect. This means you could be good at connecting evidence, coming up with original ideas, and presenting arguments. If you plan on being a right little Sherlock then this is the best choice to make.

If you do want to focus on solving the case, then increasing the Visual Calculus skill will help you draw conclusions from evidence in your surroundings. You can see this in action right at the start of the game inside the trashed hostel room you wake up in.

Interact with the broken window in your room and you’ll be able to use Visual Calculus to figure out how the damage was caused. A neat graphic shows you that the shards went outwards which means the damage came from inside the room. Perhaps it was you who smashed it, then… In any case, you should be able to see how this will help you solve other mysteries.

Sensitive

Psyche is the main attribute of the Sensitive type. You could read people’s emotions, impose your authority on them, and get hunches and gut feelings. It’ll also expose you to Disco Elysium’s paranatural side so any fans of Twin Peaks should opt for this one.

This archetype will help you connect with the citizens of Martinaise on all levels. Improve the Empathy skill and you’ll be able to learn more about their backgrounds and figure out what they’re choosing to not tell you. Similarly, the Esprit de Corps skill will tune you into copspeak so you can understand your partner better. This will come in handy.

You’ll also benefit from having a high Suggestion skill early on when getting information out of Joyce Messier about the hanged man you’re investigating. Unfortunately, she insists on seeing your badge before she imparts her wisdom, but you probably don’t have it. Using Suggestion will let you strike a bargain with her instead – get her some info on the local drug trade, and she’ll share what she knows.

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Share of the Week: Changing Seasons

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Last week, we asked you to move through the changing seasons of your favorite games and share landscapes highlighting summer, fall, winter, and spring using #PSshare #PSBlog. From snowy hills to sun-beaten deserts, grassy fields to fallen leaf piles, here are this week’s seasonal highlights: 

Spring has sprung in the lush and colorful world of Immortals Fenyx Rising, shared by jpvp_1

Yarny emerges from some fallen autumn leaves in this Unravel share by Nu_Lupo.

A Sawtooth lurks in the snowy hills of Horizon Zero Dawn, shared by ameeba37.

The sun sets on this scorching summer scene from Red Dead Redemption 2, shared by Candy__Spice.

Ellie enjoys the winter landscape of Jackson in this The Last of Us Part II share by lilactric_.

Flowers fill the island across Ghost of Tsushima, shared by dead_end_fufufu.

Search #PSshare #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in the next Share of the Week? 

THEME: Expressions

SUBMIT BY: Wednesday 9 AM PT on March 31

Next week, we’re taking a closer look at the expressions of our favorite characters in gaming. From angered grimaces to cheerful smiles, share expressive portraits from the game of your choice using #PSshare #PSBlog for a chance to be featured. 


Want to share more of your epic photo mode moments? U.S. players can enter the Red Bull Capture Point competition* for the chance to win some thrilling prizes. See full details at redbull

How Doom 3’s combat experience has been sharpened up for PS VR

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