Disco Elysium finally has a release date for nintendo switch more than a year after its developer ZA / UM confirmed that it is heading to the console. The final cut The critically acclaimed version of the title will be available on Nintendo eShop on October 12, with a physical release next year. ZA / UM says the version heading to Switch is not a port, but a “painstaking reassembly” of the game, with its redesigned user interface and font scaling options.
The final cut The game version was first available for PC, Stadia, and PlayStation earlier this year. It not only comes with fresh playable content, but also full voice acting for the detective RPG. The hit open-world indie RPG is rich in plot and features gameplay mechanics that focus on dialogue and your choices. In the game, you will take on the role of a detective trying to solve a murder case while suffering from drug and alcohol induced amnesia.
Disco Elysium was originally released for Windows in 2019 and has won multiple awards since then. Last year, ZA / UM and production house Dj2 Entertainment revealed that they are working on turning it into a television series, though those plans will likely take a while to solidify. For now, you can pre-order a digital copy of the game for Switch for £ 35 / US $ 40 / € 40. You can also pre-order a collector’s physical edition It will ship in Q2 2022 for Switch or PS5 for $ 250. The game is also expected to be available on Xbox in the future, but ZA / UM has yet to announce a release date for the platform.
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