‘Disco Elysium – The Final Cut’ to get physical release

The hard copy of the game is out now for PlayStation and Xbox, with Nintendo Switch copies coming in 2022

It’s been announced that Disco Elysium – The Final Cut is getting a physical release, with the game available from today on some platforms.

Disco Elysium – The Final Cut was released digitally last month for Xbox and Nintendo Switch, following the Playstation launch in March. Today (19 November) ZA/UM confirmed that physical versions of the game are on the way.

Out now, ​​the PS4 and Xbox One physical editions are compatible with PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles alongside a free next-gen upgrade. All retail editions will also include a foldout poster and a digital code for an expansive 190+ page digital artbook. You can order them here.


The physical version for the Nintendo Switch will follow in 2022.

Disco Elysium
Disco Elysium. Credit: Official Disco Elysium Youtube

ZA/UM has also revealed details of a deluxe edition of Disco Elysium – The Final Cut. Costing £185.66 ($249.99), the bumped physical release contains a copy of the game with a reversible cover, a Layers Of The Id premium box, a hand-painted Mind Totem vinyl sculpture, and a 190-page hardbound art book featuring “oodles of previously unreleased art and stories plus an illustrated fabric map of the District of Martinaise”. It can be pre-ordered now.

An isometric RPG, Disco Elysium is about a troubled detective trying to solve a mysterious murder while battling an identity crisis – and a hangover. The Final Cut edition adds over one million professionally voiced-acted words from a global cast of actors to the title, alongside more in-game content.

In a four-star review of the game, NME said: “Disco Elysium takes so many pieces of gaming, of music, film and literature and stuffs itself thickly. It is above all memorable. A memory you will carry with you long after the whimsical conclusion.”

“A memory of an amnesiac detective and his lucid, empathetic, yet mechanical partner, investigating a murder in a town which both is and is not situated on the French coast.”


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