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Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Is Refused Classification In Australia

Recent refusal bans it from sale.

Switch owners won’t be receiving Disco Elysium: The Final Cut until this Summer, but there’s already trouble ahead for Australian players. Launching on March 30th for PlayStation and Stadia owners, the Australian government has refused to classify it, which bans it from sale in the country.

They haven’t specified exactly why Disco Elysium’s been refused a rating, and ZA/UM has yet to publicly respond on this. However, considering the core gameplay mechanics prominently include drugs and alcohol, we can take our guesses, and the Australian Classification Board issued this statement:

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Recent refusal bans it from sale.

Switch owners won’t be receiving Disco Elysium: The Final Cut until this Summer, but there’s already trouble ahead for Australian players. Launching on March 30th for PlayStation and Stadia owners, the Australian government has refused to classify it, which bans it from sale in the country.

They haven’t specified exactly why Disco Elysium’s been refused a rating, and ZA/UM has yet to publicly respond on this. However, considering the core gameplay mechanics prominently include drugs and alcohol, we can take our guesses, and the Australian Classification Board issued this statement:

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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