Disco Elysium Announcement

Posted on 30 Apr 2018

Disco Elysium by ZA/UM is an upcoming isometric RPG wherein you’ll play a disgraced detective (so far so standard) but here’s the twist: your 24 skills will actually chime in and affect how your character behaves. It sounds utterly unique, we’ve never heard of anything like it and it looks absolutely wonderful with its 70’s aesthetic and detailed environments. Check out the trailer above, the press release below, or the game’s Steam page.

Disco Elysium should be releasing later this year. Stay tuned for more info as we get it.


Official Press Release

The game has already gone down a storm during PAX and EGX Rezzed and the team has only just begun to share what it has planned in its groundbreaking blend of isometric RPG and hardboiled cop show with a unique fantasy setting.

We will keep you informed with regular updates in the run up to the game’s launch on PC later this year.

About Disco Elysium

What kind of cop are you? Good cop? Bad cop? Utter failure?

That is the question explored in DISCO ELYSIUM, a groundbreaking blend of isometric RPG and hard-boiled cop show set in a unique urban fantasy world. You play a disgraced detective in Revachol West, a shore town where corruption is out of control, murders go unsolved, and tensions are steadily rising. Kick in doors, interrogate suspects, or get lost exploring a gorgeously rendered city as you unravel its mysteries. DISCO ELYSIUM brings your innermost feelings, doubts, and memories into every conversation, while a unique character system lets you level up your rational faculties, sharpen your wits, or give in to your basest instincts.

Game Features:

  • A massive, open-ended case you can solve however you choose.
  • An utterly unique urban fantasy setting where bell-bottoms meet muzzle-loaders.
  • Set-piece combat sequences you can avoid or dive into at your peril.
  • A character system that lets you build your own cop persona with 24 colorful, psychological skills.
  • Ditch your cop uniform for real disco threads to impress, intimidate, or seduce.
  • An inventory of your thoughts where you can research clues and then put them to use in the game.
  • Original score by the rock’n’roll band British Sea Power.
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