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Disco Elysium is now on the Epic Games Store

No word about those console ports, though

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Maddy Myers has run Polygon’s games section since 2020 as deputy editor. She has worked in games journalism since 2007, at Kotaku, The Mary Sue, and the Boston Phoenix.

Disco Elysium, ZAUM’s award-winning role-playing game about a hard-boiled detective with amnesia, just got added to the Epic Games Store. The studio announced the game’s release on Epic’s storefront as part of today’s Guerrilla Collective livestream, an online event featuring announcements from several indie game developers.

The game was already available on Steam, initially for just Windows and, this past April, for Mac OS as well. Console ports had been announced to be in development for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. This past April, the developers said the Switch port would be coming “soon.” However, today’s announcement did not include any details about when players could expect the game to come to consoles.

Disco Elysium captured many players’ hearts and minds with its surprising story and plethora of narrative options. Polygon’s review described it as having “enough charm to make just about everything else on the market look boring.” It’s worth playing on whatever platform it manages to come to.

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