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Disco Elysium 2 Created Without Problems? ZA/UM Responds to Scandal

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04 October 2022, 12:27

The studio behind Disco Elysium has released a statement indicating that it is focusing on its next project and doesn’t really want to talk about the departure of the key developers of this successful RPG.

ZA/UM responded to the day before yesterday’s post regarding the departure of the leading developers of Disco Elysium.

Hailing from Estonia, the team did not elaborate much. In a post on Twitter it made no direct reference to the departures (allegedly involuntary) of Martin Luigi (co-founder and secretary of the ZA/UM cultural association), Robert Kurvitz (creative director of Disco Elysium), Helen Hindpere (chief screenwriter) and Alexander Rostov (art director).

Only the importance of “each member’s contribution” was mentioned, without naming specific individuals. Other than that ZA/UM assured that the team is focused on the next project, about which we will learn more “soon.” The company also blocked comments under the post, suggesting that it considers the matter closed for the time being and will not share further information on the dissolution of the crew to which we owe the creation of Disco Elysium.

The fact that a “project” was mentioned in the singular, also seems to undermine speculation that ZA/UM was working on more than one game.. Such rumors arose after Internet users noticed mass recruitment of developers conducted by the studio and information from job listings, suggesting that the developers are planning a game quite different from Disco Elysium.

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