Disco Elysium: Final Cut will land on Nintendo Switch in October

Bliss Disco: Final Edit Nintendo announced during its Nintendo Direct on Thursday that it will land on Nintendo Switch on October 12.

The popular RPG game developed by ZA/UM is set in a crumbling city, where you play an alcoholic policeman-now a detective-looking for clues. During the game, the player reveals the poisonous ideology that led to the destruction of the city.Although this is just the tip of the iceberg-of course, there is no way to capture Bliss DiscoWorld, in this short essay.

Final cut -The final version of the game-originally released on March 30, for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia and PC. It replaces the game’s traditional menu map with Nicolas Delort’s pen and ink illustrations, and adds many additional tasks. It also adds a complete dubbing.

As Final cut It takes about 20 hours to play and there are no side missions. Bringing it to Switch is a great opportunity for players who would rather take the game with you.

The game has not yet confirmed a release date for Xbox One or Xbox Series X.