Disco Elysium – Collage Mode Achievements Guide

The recent update added 5 new achievements, here’s how to get them.

How to Get Collage Mode Update Achievements

Introduction

With the recent update the game received not only the new Collage Mode, but also five achievements related to it.

In order to get them, you need to basically play a game of “Where’s Waldo?” and find the pieces of different photos across the different locations in this mode.

The Guide

Old Flame

Glimpse it while you can

  • Location – Martinaise West, nearby the building where you can see firing squad.
  • Filter – Daguerreotype.
  • Location – Doomed B1, the room where you find the rifle.
  • Filter – Daguerreotype.
  • Location – Dolorian Church, Dolores Dei’s fresque.
  • Filter – Daguerreotype.
  • Gary’s Apartment.
  • Filter – Daguerreotype.

The picture itself:

Spectres of Hope

Surely, it can be killed with fire

  • Location – Capeside Apartments, the room of students-communists.
  • Filter – Cyanotype.
  • Location – Union Office.
  • Filter – Cyanotype.
  • Location – Pawnshop.
  • Filter – Cyanotype.
  • Location – Communard Cheers, it’s currently bugged and hidden in the upper right corner.
  • Filter – Cyanotype.

The picture itself:

Priceless Facade

Spinning its wheels

  • Location – Whirling in Rags – 1F, Harrier’s room.
  • Filter – Chemigram.
  • Location – Doomed.
  • Filter – Chemigram.
  • Location – Harbour Container.
  • Filter – Chemigram.
  • Location – Fritte Kiosk.
  • Filter – Chemigram.

The picture itself:

Looks Like Progress

Money-smooth streets of gentrification

  • Location – Martinaise East, next to Kim’s Kinema.
  • Filter – Ambrotype.
  • Location – Lilienne’s House.
  • Filter – Ambrotype.
  • Location – Cuno’s Shack.
  • Filter – Ambrotype.
  • Location – Evrart’s Office.
  • Filter – Ambrotype.

The picture itself:

Conclusion

After finding all of the four photographs, you’ll be awarded with the last achievement, congratulations!

Now For A Difficult Provenance

  • Restore all the hidden photos
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A lifelong gamer Jan Bakowski, also known as Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. He lives in Poland (Wrocław). His passion for games began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64 back in 1998. Proud owner of Steam Deck, which has become his primary gaming platform. He’s been making guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job.

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