Disco Elysium: The Final Cut, an upgraded version of one of 2019’s most acclaimed titles, hit consoles last week with the game’s release on PlayStation 4 and 5. But fans who have been looking forward to finally try Disco Elysium on the console (including myself) has run into many errors, and developer ZA / UM has still not released a promised update.
Most of the errors are small but annoying, like small controls or speech lines that are not triggered when they should. (The latter is particularly frustrating considering that every line in the dialogue should be expressed, which is a new change for The latest edition.) But players also report a major problem: some important missions can not be completed at all. (Last night I ran on one of these bugged missions myself.)
On March 31
Patch 1.2 incoming for all platforms!
✔️Fixed places / interactions do not work
✔️Solid goods are not loaded
✔️Nother controls and interaction experience
✔️Solved various VO problems
Thanks everyone for playing and reporting, we could not have done it without you ❤️ pic.twitter.com/6VLlnlojnu
– Disco Elysium (@studioZAUM) March 31, 2021
I like it Disco Elysium: The Final Cut much so far, despite the flaws. But if you are thinking of getting it on PlayStation, I would recommend waiting for ZA / UM to iron out the issues before taking it up.