No Truce With The Furies has shed its original title and will now be called Disco Elysium. Here’s a look at the isometric detective RPG.

Developer ZA/UM has announced that No Truce With The Furies has been renamed, and will now be known as Disco Elysium. No reason was given for the name change, and it seems like nothing about the game has changed apart from the title. It’s still an urban fantasy RPG about a police detective, and it still looks like it’s going to be a doozy.

Here’s a new trailer for the game, now bearing the new name.

And here’s what to expect from the game:

You play a disgraced lieutenant detective in Revachol West, a shore town where corruption’s out of control, murders go unsolved, and the kids just wanna dance. Kick in doors, interrogate suspects, or get lost exploring a gorgeously rendered city and unraveling its mysteries. All the while, tensions rise around you as Revachol threatens to explode.

Disco Elysium’s completely original skill system makes your innermost feelings, doubts, and memories an integral part of every conversation. Level up your rational faculties, sharpen your wits, or give in to your basest instincts. What kind of cop you are is up to you.

The game features an original score by the indie rock band British Sea Power.

Disco Elysium does not yet have a release date, or even a release window for that matter. Check out the official website here, and the Steam page here. The game is published by Humble Bundle, so naturally, it has a Humble Store page here. They haven’t updated the game’s title on the Humble Store page though, so now’s your chance to point and laugh.

Speaking of isometric RPGs, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is coming out soon. Also check out our review of Torment: Tides of Numenera.

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