Disco Elysium: The Final Cut even gives your horrific necktie a voice

Focus closer on your garments.

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut shows up in a little more than seven days, and afterward you’ll at long last understand what the showy frill you got from a roof fan really seems like. Magnificent!

Full voice acting is probably the greatest expansion to The Final Cut, adding up to around 1,000,000 words recorded. Almost 300 characters must be voiced, yet as voice chief Jim Ashilevi called attention to in our new Disco Elysium: The Final Cut meeting, some of them aren’t human.

In the event that you have the correct abilities, the tie will once in a while contribute, so normally ZA/UM needed to give it a voice. That wound up having a place with voice chief Mikee Goodman, who recently loaned his voice to the antiquated reptilian cerebrum and the limbic framework. Your psyche has a ton of comments.

The chattiest thing in the game is really your inner mind, which additionally fills in as a storyteller. For voice entertainer Lenval Brown, that implied going through eight months recording 350,000 words—around 33% of the game. He’s the “foundation of Disco Elysium: The Final Cut,” says Ashilevi. “His voice will bring you through the entire excursion. His voice is the voice you will hear in your rest, as you play Disco Elysium.”

The Final Cut likewise incorporates political vision missions, new characters and surprisingly more garments—not every one of them extraordinary conversationalists, however—alongside a pristine area. The free update will be accessible on March 30, and look at the meeting to discover more about the thing it’s adding.