Disco Elysium console release date: When will the game come to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S?

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This has been touted as one of the best games of the previous generation, with its innovative role-playing game play and skill trees.

Disco Elysium is still fondly remembered, and since its release only a year ago in October, fans have been waiting for news on the ports to other consoles, including the next-gen, now current-gen entries.

With updates on the way for Cyberpunk enabling graphical improvements on a PS5 or Xbox Series S/X, fans have been wondering as to what Disco Elysium will offer.

At the ‘Game Awards’ last night, we got our answer, the dates for all the ports now confirmed.

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When does Final Cut land on Series S/X and PS5?

Last night, ‘Disco Elysium: The Final Cut’ was announced for release on PS5, PS4, Xbox, Switch and PC, which is a free update to those who own the regular version, but is also available as a stand-alone release for other consoles.

Not just the PS4 and PS5, but in March 2021, it’s also landing on Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG, App Store, Google Stadia as well.

It’s a multi-whammy of multi-format releases for an incredible game, all in one month, but that’s not all.

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For the PS5 and Xbox Series S/X, there’s also a touted 4K resolution and 60 FPS support, alongside ’Quick Resume’ on Xbox and DualSense features on the PS5 version.

READ MORE: Disco Elysium fan makes a playable Game Boy demake!

What about the rest?

Even though the release in March is on a wide variety of systems, the Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series S/X have a later date.

For these consoles, it’s Summer 2021. One may suspect that a version is being readied for the rumoured ‘Switch Pro’ coming next year, touting better resolutions, better battery and lots more.

Alongside the full voice acting and additional quests for the game, it’s great to see a critically acclaimed game such as Disco Elysium get ported to all the available systems in 2021.

There’s really no excuse to try the game out on one of these systems, it’s simply a very fun game that you should look to pre-order when available.

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