Disco Elysium: The Final Cut adds a lot to the RPG, including four new quests that flesh out the experience: the “political vision quests.” These four quests act as a culmination of the story of your character’s personal politics in the game, but if you don’t meet the right prerequisites, you can miss them entirely. Here’s what you need to know to trigger each of the quests so you can make sure to get the most out of Disco Elysium: The Final Cut.
First, you should know that the political vision quests are optional, but they play a big part in the ideology your character can espouse throughout the course of the game. There are four quests in total, but you can only access one per run through the game. Each quest corresponds to one of the four major ideologies you can gravitate toward based on dialogue and choices you make in the game: Communism, Moralism, Fascism, or Ultraliberalism.
Unlocking Political Ideology
You’ll need to lean into at least one of those ideologies in dialogue throughout the game. When an ideology takes route enough in your character because of your choices, you’ll unlock a related Thought in the Thought Cabinet. As long as your dialogue answers are mostly pretty consistent in their politics, that should be enough. These are the thoughts tied to each ideology.
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