Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Comes To Switch and Xbox In October

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is out on Switch and Xbox next month!

Developer ZA/UM’s critically acclaimed RPG, Disco Elysium, is headed to Switch and the Xbox family of consoles (Xbox One, Series S and X) in October. Disco Elysium: The Final Cut will be available from October 12th.

This non-traditional RPG which placed you in the shoes of a detective investigating a murder in the city of Revachol, originally released for PC in 2019 with the Final Cut version of the game coming out in 2021 for PS4, PS5 and Stadia. Now Disco Elysium is embracing on the go clue solving as well in an edition that, according to the developers, is more than just a straight port. While the game will contain all of the content and quality of life changes that were made in previous versions, the Switch and Xbox versions have been “re-assembled” to fit both machines strengths. The interface has been redesigned along with font scaling options and improved legibility.

Disco Elysium presents you with an unprecedented amount of freedom through its dialogue system to become the detective of your dreams, or perhaps nightmares. You can follow the main story or simply spend your time on the games sprawling sidequests, interrogating suspects or encountering the cities colourful cast of characters. The game features a staggering amount of fully voiced dialogue while also adding the new Political Vision Quests which adds new characters and a new area for you to explore as you please.

Full controller support and customisation will be the order of the day while Xbox Series X owners can look forward to 4K resolution at 60fps.

Switch owners can also look forward to a Collector’s Edition of the game through ZA/UM and iam8bit.

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