Last November, the Estonian studio ZA / UM announced the arrival of a translation "into several European languages" for Disco Elysium, RPG whose script contains more than a million words. We now know more about it: French, German, Korean, Spanish, Russian and Brazilian Portuguese, here are the languages for the moment concerned.
The information is confirmed by the developers through a post posted on Steam
In addition to this announcement, the "Working Class" update has been deployed to allow Disco Elysium to run on older machines. Here are the new minimum requirements:
- PC: Windows 7, DirectX 11 compatible graphics card (integrated or dedicated with at least 512MB of memory), 2 GB of RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 20 GB of disk space
- Mac: MacBook Pro (mid 2009 or newer), MacBook Air (mid 2012 or newer), iMac (late 2009 or newer), Mac Pro (late 2008 or newer), Mac mini (2009 or newer).
Remember that PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch ports of Disco Elysium are planned. Available on GOG and Steam, the game is currently only playable in English and Simplified Chinese.
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