Gaming

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut finally authorized in Australia

Game News Disco Elysium: The Final Cut finally authorized in Australia

On March 19, we learned that the Australian game classification body had rejected Disco Elysium: The Final Cut, believing that the game’s purpose and the themes addressed did not fall within the community framework defined by the government.

A decision quite regularly taken by the Australian Government’s Classification Board, known to be extremely sensitive questions of sex, drugs, violence or “revolting” phenomena, but which remains surprising given that the base game is marketed on Steam in Australia. An ubiquitous situation, which has just normalized with a new notice published by the AGCB following a complaint from studio ZA / UM. In a new report from the review board, we learn that the title can be released in the 18+ category on console.

In the opinion of the review panel, (Disco Elysium: The Final Cut) discourages drug use behaviors, in the sense that regular drug use has negative consequences on the player’s progress in the title. The mechanics of the game are designed to deter and penalize the increase in drug use.

Good news for Australian players, who will therefore be able to enjoy the best version of this fantastic C-RPG, which received the score of 19/20 in our columns. As a reminder, the Final Cut edition of Disco Elysium contains a full english dubbing and four new quests perfectly integrated into the set, in addition to various technical improvements.

You will also like

Profile of MalloDelic, Jeuxvideo.com

Through MalloDelic, Journalist jeuxvideo.com

MP

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.