Smoke is the very first power Delsin obtains in the game and can work very well in his favor, especially during Good Karma playthroughs, as some abilities make it infinitely easier to subdue enemies. While the in-game description says it has surprising mobility, there are better powers for getting around the map. It is a fairly mid to close range power and one you’ll likely be used to the most.
Press L1 to throw a non-lethal Sulfur Bomb. Enemies caught in the explosion will be overcome by uncontrollable coughing, making them easier to attack. Coughing enemies can be subdued (Triangle) to earn Good Karma.
Sulfur Bomb 1
Uses 25% less Smoke Energy.
Sulfur Bomb 2
Uses 50% less Smoke Energy.
Coughing Enemies are stunned for a longer time. Coughing enemies can be Subdued to earn Good Karma.
Lv. 2 Good Karma, 2 Shards
Giant Sulfur Bomb
Increase the effective range at which a Sulfur Bomb will cause enemies to cough. Coughing enemies can be Subdued to earn Good Karma.
Press R1 to fire an explosive ball of smoke and embers. Useful for destroying equipment and vehicles, but requires Heavy Ammo.
Cinder Missile 1
Increase Cinder Missile ammo capacity to 3.
Cinder Missile 2
Increase Cinder Missile ammo capacity to 4.
Lv. 2 Karma, 6 Shards
Cinder Missile 3
Increase Cinder Missile ammo capacity to 5.
Lv. 3 Karma, 8 Shards
Sony Computer Entertainment
Guide Release 30 August 2014
Last Updated 7 December 2020
Guide Author Jarrod Garripoli
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It’s been seven years since the Cole McGrath episodes and the world has clearly changed. Anyone showing signs of being a so-called “bio-terrorist” is immediately handed over to the Department of Unified Protection (DUP) – a government agency created to ensure there is never a repeat of the catastrophic events of Empire City and New Marais. So Delsin, who has never been particularly respectful of authority, finds himself caught in the DUP dragnet, and decides he’s not going to go quietly.
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