Does anyone here want to see what all the fuss is about for Disco Elysium: Final Cut? Well, for a limited time, Steam might be able to help you out with that. Especially since it’s been a year since ZA/UM released said Final Cut.
A Chance to Dance the Final Disco
To commemorate the first anniversary of Disco Elysium: Final Cut, Steam is offering an exclusive discount on the game. Said discount consists of a 65% discount on the game‘s retail price of $39.99, making the discounted price a much more palatable $13.99 instead. If you want to take advantage of this discount though, you might want to hurry. This offer will only last until April 4, 2022. As of this writing, that’s only 4 days away. So if you want to experience the seedy district of Martinaise in the once-great city of Revachol for yourself; you might want to take this discount before it goes fluttering away into the aether.
Disco Elysium: Final Cut ~ Details
Disco Elysium: Final Cut (and by extension the original game) is a rather odd RPG game from developer ZA/UM. In fact, Disco Elysium is ZA/UM’s only game so far. Estonian novelist Robert Kurvitz, who designed and wrote for the game, actually based the game on a tabletop RPG setting he made back before he launched ZA/UM to make the game in 2016. The most notable thing about the game is its skill system. Each individual skill is actually a character in the game, with its own personality and even dialogue. How much each skill interacts with you depends entirely on how many points you put into said skill.
You can learn more about this game from its official synopsis on Steam below:
“Disco Elysium – The Final Cut is a groundbreaking role playing game. You’re a detective with a unique skill system at your disposal and a whole city to carve your path across. Interrogate unforgettable characters, crack murders or take bribes. Become a hero or an absolute disaster of a human being.”
You can also go to the Steam page of Disco Elysium: Final Cut to learn even more about it. This is also where you can purchase the game, whether with a discount or not. Personally, I think the game is good enough to be worth it even at full price, but if you’re short on money, then wait for a discount. Like this one.