Disco Elysium authors talked about new quests and voiceover of The Final Cut

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut will be released on PC, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 as early as next month. In an interview with Push Square, screenwriter Justin Keenan shared details of the new content and also talked about porting the game to consolid. The main problem we faced was a little more fundamental: how to keep console players involved when they have to read hundreds of thousands of words of text on TV screens? This was one of the main reasons for the decision to add a full voice over for Final Cut.

Justin KeenanAt the same time, the pandemic did not affect the development process, because the team and so distributed around the world, but affected the voiceover. Keenan notes that the game had three directors who worked with dozens of actors to voice more than a million words.

As for the port for consoles, working on control with a controller is not caused difficulties. But the new version of the game will receive new animations, new and improved portraits of characters, new sound and lighting effects.

The heart of the new material was quests of political vision. These are four mutually exclusive quests.

They are associated with each of the four main ideological directions of the game. These quests (or some version of them) have been planned for a long time, but unfortunately did not make it into the original release.

Justin Keenan said, these quests will not affect the main storyline, but will give players have the opportunity to bring some ideological themes to a satisfactory conclusion and explore what really happens behind the political posturing, which sometimes likes to engage in the main Hero. I also have to say that each of these quests is unique.

They are as different from each other as they are from any other quest in Disco Elysium. Some introduce you to new characters, some will be new items, others are constantly changing your user interface or some other part of the world.

Justin Keenan also noted that the team was stunned by the reviews of critics and fans, as well as the fact that Disco Elysium sales have reached one million copies. Such games should not be sold in millions of copies.

Justin Kinandisco Elysium: The Final Cut will be released on PC, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 in March, and before Xbox One, Xbox Series and Nintendo Switch will get in the summer. All game owners will receive an update for free.

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