Although the Australian age rating agency was pushing for Disco Elysium: The Final Cut to be banned in the island nation, it eventually appeared only digitally, then their waist was given away and RPG became available in stores as well.
Rumors were circulating in mid-March that the Australian Iron Narrow age rating had struck again, this time a victim of Disco Elysium: The Final Cut. This was a surreal thing, among other things, because the committee backed away from the simultaneous release of the game in 2019.
The strange story continued with the game’s debut, as RPGs were digitally available for purchase in Australia as well as any other part of the world – digital stores have always been kind of gray area about it. Then ZA / UM requested a rating review on April 16, and authorities finally nodded in addition to the stricter R18 + plecsni for the game’s appearance on physical media.
Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Google Stadium, and is scheduled to arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and Nintendo later this summer. Switchre is.
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