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Disco Elysium Adds Brazilian Portuguese Language Option

Screenshot From Disco Elysium

Even more people will now be able to experience the interactive story of Disco Elysium. Developer ZA/UM recently added a new language option to their indie darling: Brazilian Portuguese is now available to switch to on the fly.

Brazilian Portuguese joins four other languages in the game: English, Spanish, Korean and Simplified Chinese. The team also made switching between the various languages incredibly accessible: just tap a button until you get to your preferred language.

About Disco Elysium:

Disco Elysium is a groundbreaking open world role playing game with an insane amount of choice and consequence. You’re a detective with a unique skill system at your disposal and a whole city block to carve your path across. Interrogate unforgettable characters, crack murders or take bribes. Be a hero, a prophet, a madman and the greatest detective the world has ever seen.

Disco Elyisum is available now for PC and Mac through Steam and GOG. Console versions are currently in development. On the fence? Be sure to check out our review! If that entices you, the game is currently on sale for £24.49 / $27.99 / €27.99 on Steam until December 1st!

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Tyler Trosper

Tyler Trosper

Tyler Trosper is a news writer for RPGFan. He has an unhealthy obsession with the Xeno franchise, especially Xenosaga. He runs a podcast about the series in his free time and sometimes works on fan projects. Tyler would die happy if Xenosaga Episode IV was announced. Besides Xeno, Tyler enjoys watching anime, his favorite being Neon Genesis Evangelion.

2 Responses to Disco Elysium Adds Brazilian Portuguese Language Option


I've always been a lurker here. But I must say I've been following up on the Disco Elysium transalations and its so freaking nice that it has been translated to my mother language. I already finished it in english, but I was really bummed out that most of the people that I wanted to recommend the game wouldn't understand 60% of it. And the game deserves to be understood. Its more than just fun, its a statement. A work of art!

Mike Salbato
Mike Salbato

I'm also really glad whenever games continue to add additional languages—especially one as acclaimed as Disco Elysium. Giving more people access to games is always a plus. :)

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