Disco Elysium: The Final Cut releases on March 30

Studio ZA/UM has declared that despairing criminal investigator RPG Disco Elysium will get its extended Final Cut adaptation, complete with new political vision missions and 1,000,000 expressions of voice acting, on March 30. It’ll be a free redesign for any individual who claims the current game, and a valid justification to replay all that game you can play on PC.

The voice acting will be a help for anybody put off by all the perusing Disco Elysium required, and I’m arranging a replay just to see the new journeys. Yet, the Final Cut additionally adds more than that. There’s likewise an additional area, extra characters, cutscenes, and garments—maybe cleaned from wiped out disco creatures—and full regulator support. There are different highlights past those that have been point by point so unreasonably, as Studio ZA/UM indicated in a blog entry declaring the delivery date.

“We will not ruin them here, however how about we simply say one new element may have you reexamine if teleportation truly is conceivable. On a less secretive note, we need to give a holler to our illustrator, Eduardo Rubio, who has added a huge load of new livelinesss for all of you to appreciate.”

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut will be accessible on Steam, Epic, GOG, and Stadia.