'Disco Elysium: Final Cut' hits Nintendo Switch on October 12


Disco Elysium finally has a launch date for the Nintendo Switch after its developer ZA / UM confirmed that it is heading towards the console.The final cut version of the critically acclaimed denomination will be available from Nintendo Eshop on October 12 next year, with a physical release next year. ZA / UM says the switch-to-version is not a port, but a "proactive re-combination" of the game, with its redesigned user interface and font-scaling options.

The final cut version of the game first became available for PC, Stadia and PlayStation earlier this year. Not only does it come with fresh playable content, but it also serves as the perfect voice for detective RPG. The hit indie open-world RPG is plot-heavy and has gameplay mechanics that focus on dialogue and your choices. In the game, you will play the role of a detective trying to solve a murder case while suffering from drug and alcohol-induced dementia.

Disco Elysium was originally released for Windows in 2019 and has won many awards since then. Last year, ZA / UM and production house DJ2 Entertainment announced that they were working to turn it into a TV series, although it will take some time to strengthen these plans. For now, you itch 35 / US $ 40 /. You can pre-order a digital copy of the game to switch to 40. You can also pre-order the physical collector's version shipping for અથવા 250 for the Switch or PS5 in the second quarter of 2022.The game is 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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