Disco Elysium: Will land on Xbox consoles next month

Bliss Disco: Final Edit Developer Zaum announced today that Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One will land on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One on October 12. For those who keep track, as announced in the Nintendo Direct live broadcast last week, this is also the same day the game will land on Nintendo Switch.

Final Cut is an expanded version of the base game, first released in 2019. It includes new tasks, full voiceover, and controller support and customization. The Final Cut of the X/S series will have 4K resolution and 60 frames per second-like the PlayStation 5 version of the game, the game will come out in March. Players who choose the game on the basic Xbox One will get a free upgrade if they wish. The game is priced at $39.99.

As of now, the only way to play games on Xbox is digital. However, if you want a physical version of Disco Elysium, CCollector’s Edition iam8bit will be launched soon, including “Mind Totem” sculptures, 190-page art books and fabric maps. The Collector’s Edition will be available on all major platforms on November 9. The price is $249.99.

Since Disco Elysium first released the PC version in 2019, Zaum has been committed to bringing games to every platform under the sun. In addition to the upcoming Xbox and Switch versions, it can also be used on PlayStation consoles and Stadia.To learn about this beloved, although dark CRPG, please read Our review.