Kotaku reveals the details of the dramatic dismissal of the creators Disco Elysium
from ZA/UM. According to two people familiar with the publication, in an internal announcement about the departure of the lead designer Roberta Kurvitsa (Robert Kurvitz) contained threats of legal action against him at the end of 2021.
Whistleblowers noted that additional difficulties would arise if the dismissed Kurwitz
and artist Alexander Rostov
(Aleksander Rostov) had shares in the organization. In addition, journalists concluded that ZA/UM
tried to keep layoffs secret. Because back in February, the media asked for an interview with Kurwitzbut the studio allegedly refused on his behalf.
Kotaku suggests that the reason for the departure of employees was poor relationships with business partners:
People who make money come from a background that teaches you to grab when you can, even if it doesn’t really make economic sense.
In response to the comment “People in suits killed disco» Luiga
published a photo of the executive producers of the game Kaura Kendera
(Kaur Kender) and Tõnis Khaavela
was the first in Estonia to be convicted of investment fraud. BUT Kaur
write a primary source book for the future
As soon as he joined us Kaureverything really took its course, because he has a very important superpower under capitalism – “he understands money.”
Due to the departure of key developers, a likely sequel Disco Elysiumwhich is intended Kurvitsa
should have been the equivalent Baldur’s Gate 2
in relation to the first part, was under threat. ZA/UMin turn, officially announced that her next project is still in development, and it is being prepared for the show.