Disco Elysium writer is suing developer ZA/UM

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Earlier this month, Martin Luiga—Studio ZA/UM founding member and developer on one of PC Gamer’s all-time favourites Disco Elysium—announced the “dissolution of the ZA/UM Cultural Association.” He said that the company as a cultural project “no longer represents the ethos it was founded on,” adding that artist Aleksander Rostov, and writers Helen Hindpere and Robert Kurvitz, left “involuntarily.” In a follow-up interview, Luiga said that the three were “fired on false premises,” implying that legal action against ZA/UM was incoming.

Now, as reported by TechNewsSpace, that does indeed seem to be the case. As seen on the Estonian Ministry of Justice site Riigi Teataja, writer Kurvitz has filed against ZA/UM on behalf of his own company, Telomer OÜ. 



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