Play 'Disco Elysium' on consoles in 2021 with 'The Final Cut'

PC players get a free upgrade, and the game hits PlayStation before Xbox.

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Disco Elysium: The Final Cut

Disco Elysium, a genre-bending RPG that became a cult classic when it debuted in October 2019, is heading to consoles in 2021. Disco Elysium: The Final Cut adds full voice acting to the game, as well as new quests, more characters and fresh explorable areas.

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut comes out for PC, Mac, Google Stadia, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in March 2021. It’ll hit Xbox Series X, Series S and Nintendo Switch a little later, starting in summer 2021.

Existing Disco Elysium owners, don’t fret: The Final Cut will be a free upgrade for anyone who owns the game already on PC or Mac.

Fans of innovative, open-world RPGs have been eagerly awaiting Disco Elysium’s console launch, and now it’s clear what’s taken so long. Full voice acting is a hell of an update, not to mention the fresh playable content.

Additionally, iam8bit is taking pre-orders for a Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Collector’s Edition that includes a vinyl Mind Totem sculpture, a 190-page hardbound art book, a physical copy of the game, and an illustrated fabric map of Martinaise. This’ll be available for PS5, Xbox Series X and S, and Switch, shipping some time in 2021. It costs $250.

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