Disco Elysium is one more of those RPGs that makes its way to PC, is shrouded in praise following a series of positive reviews, and then never makes its way to consoles. However, developer ZA/UM is thankfully flipping the script this time around as it has confirmed that a PlayStation 4 port is on its way.
Due for release at some point in 2020, the console release will be handled in-house because the publisher doesn't want to hire a porting company. Speaking with Escapist Magazine, lead designer Robert Kurvitz said: "The immediate plan, and this is why I won’t go on a holiday anytime soon, is to get Disco Elysium to as many people as possible. We’re going to port it next year to PlayStation and Xbox. We need to be very hands-on with the design of that.
The news comes off the back of the RPG's recent successful launch on PC which boasts of an impressive rating of 90 on Metacritic at the time of writing. IGN described it as "a unique blend of noir-detective fiction, traditional pen-and-paper RPGs, and a large helping of existentialist theory."
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