Disco Elysium: The Final Cut will be released on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on October 12th, according to developer Zaum. For those keeping track, the game will also be released on Nintendo Switch on the same day, as announced during last week’s Nintendo Direct Livestream.
The Final Cut is a remastered version of the original game, which was first released in 2019. New quests, full voice acting, and controller support, and customization are all included. The Final Cut on Series X/S will feature 4K resolution and 60 frames per second – as was also the case on the PlayStation 5 version of the game, which came out back in March. Players who pick the game up on base Xbox One will be offered a free upgrade, should they so choose. The game will cost $39.99.
The only way to play the game on Xbox right now is digital. If you want a physical copy of Disco Elysium, iam8bit is releasing a Collector’s Edition that includes a “Mind Totem” sculpture, a 190-page art book, and a fabric map, among other things. On November 9, the Collector’s Edition will be available for all major platforms. It will cost $249.99.
Zaum has been working to bring Disco Elysium to every platform under the sun since the game’s initial PC release in 2019. It’s also available on PlayStation consoles and Stadia, in addition to the upcoming Xbox and Switch releases. Read our review to learn more about this well-liked, albeit dark, CRPG.