Disco Elysium is a role playing game developed and published by ZA/UM.
It features choice-driven dialogue-heavy gameplay and an open world setting similar to tabletop RPGs and computer RPGs inspired by them.
The tool allows placing characters in different environments with resizing, rotation, filters, weather effects, frames, etc.
In the ever-expanding saga of the controversies surrounding Disco Elysium and developer ZA/UM, the game's directors suspect fraud.
One of the writers behind Disco Elysium has filed a lawsuit against studio ZA/UM following recent departures from the studio.
Founding member of ZA/UM, Martin Luiga, has revealed a few more details about the departure of key figures from Disco Elysium's development team in an interview.
Editor Martin Luiga notes that "things are actually sweet enough" for the sequel, though it may take a "s**t ton of time" to release.
ZA/UM has put up several job listings that suggests the studio's next game will have a sci-fi setting and possibly feature monetization elements.
ZA/UM's highly acclaimed role playing game has now launched for Xbox consoles and the Nintendo Switch.
ZA/UM has confirmed that the critically acclaimed RPG will release digitally for Xbox platforms. A physical release is slated for November 9th.
The adventure game will finally come to Nintendo hybrid next month digitally, with a physical release will come in 2022.
PEGI has very recently rated Disco Elysium: The Final Cut for three new platforms, which hints at an announcement soon.
Work on patch 1.4 is underway as well, ZA/UM confirms.
Though the patch doesn't have a launch date, developer ZA/UM has talked about what issues it's going to address.
Developer ZA/UM says the PS4 patch is being worked on right now.
ZA/UM's unique and ingenious RPG is now better than ever.
Patch 1.2 will also address items failing to load and interactables not working.
Full English voice acting, new quests and new cutscenes await.
Other versions of the game will come at a later date.
Disco Elysium lead writer Helen Hindpere speaks with GamingBolt about the acclaimed RPG's upcoming extended cut.
Developer ZA/UM isn't done with Disco Elysium just yet.
The enhanced version of the acclaimed RPG is set to come out this month.
The updated re-release of the game is its perfected form.
But these quests will all be unique from each other and from the base game's quests.
The hit PC game gets a makeover and ports to consoles.
A console port of the acclaimed RPG could be on its way.
The developer say it is going to happen "soon."
Prepare for tougher Skill Checks, costlier meds and less money.
That's a lot of words.
The acclaimed RPG is coming to consoles soon.