Check out our interview with lead designer and writer Robert Kurvitz
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut brings a myriad of changes to the RPG, including voice acting, quests, and options for streamers. Phil Hornshaw breaks it all down.
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut is releasing on March 30, bringing a free upgrade to PC users and the opportunity for PlayStation 4, PS5, and Stadia players to check out the game for the first time. It’s also debuting some pretty huge changes to one of the best games of 2019, including full voice-over support throughout the game and new content.
We’ve run down all the changes you can expect to see in Disco Elysium – The Final Cut in the video above. Developer ZA/UM has put in a massive amount of effort in voicing the game, with performances from more than 50 actors all over the world. The developer also detailed how its new political vision quests will work, so expect your character’s political alignment to matter a lot more in this new version of the game.
There are also more improvements to the game’s performance, and even some tweaks that bring new Twitch integrations that should make some pretty compelling streams. If you’re interested in more Disco Elysium coverage, check out our full preview of the upcoming Final Cut release, plus our in-depth interview with lead designer and writer Robert Kurvitz.