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Disco Elysium – The Final Cut release date revealed

Disco Elysium, the critically acclaimed RPG from ZA/UM, will be available across PlayStation, Stadia, and PC this month.

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Disco Elysium – The Final Cut has finally got a release date, and it is so close!

The critically acclaimed RPG from ZA/UM will be available across PlayStation, Stadia, and PC on March 30, 2021.

The release date was confirmed by Sony, who revealed a string of new indie release dates today. We hadn’t heard any news of The Final Cut‘s release date since December, so fans will be glad to see they don’t need to wait much longer, with its arrival now just a couple of weeks away.

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Disco Elysium puts players in the role of an amnesiac detective patrolling the city of Revachol, tasked with solving a murder. Players can shape their character how they please with an extensive skill system and a full city block to explore.

Sporting over one million recorded words, The Final Cut comes with fully voiced dialogue, additional content, and a free upgrade for all existing players. Originally released back in 2019, the now-classic RPG was celebrated for its narrative, with awards from BAFTA, The Game Awards, and the Game Developer Choice Awards.

PlayStation 5 players will be able to enjoy the game in a crisp 4K and smooth 60 frames per second, with the welcome addition of optimised surround sound.

Disco Elysium will launch across PlayStation consoles, Google Stadia, and PC through GOG, Steam, Epic Games Store and the App Store on March 30, 2021. An Xbox and Switch release is planned for the summer.


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