Disco Elysium – The Final Cut Finally Joins the Xbox and Nintendo Families Next Tuesday

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By Billy Givens on October 8th, 2021


ZA/UM will finally release their award-winning role-playing title Disco Elysium – The Final Cut for Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, and Nintendo Switch next Tuesday, October 12.

Disco Elysium – The Final Cut is the definitive edition of the popular detective RPG that originally released earlier this year on PC and other consoles. In it, you play as a detective who must make moral decisions throughout a reactive world where you’ll interrogate NPCs, take bribes, and much more on your quest to discover who hung a man in a cafeteria’s backyard. The choices you make ultimately influence the way the story unfolds, letting you be an upstanding fellow or a total dirt bag.

Of course, if you pick the game up on Xbox Series X, you’ll get the same 4K/60FPS support from the PlayStation 5 version. Regardless of where you play the game, though, The Final Cut edition features full voice acting, which was noticeably absent in the original release of the game. It also includes four new political vision quests and a host of other upgrades and improvements that truly make this release the ultimate way to experience the beloved title.

A digital copy of Disco Elysium – The Final Cut will run you $39.99 on the Microsoft Store and Nintendo eShop. It’s worth noting, though, that both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will receive a physical edition for the same price on November 9. If you decide to hold out for a physical copy, rest assured they’ll also have free upgrades to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S and X versions.

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