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Disco Elysium’s lead designer recordsdata lawsuit in opposition to developer ZA/UM


Disco Elysium Lead designer Robert Kurvitz filed a lawsuit in opposition to developer ZA/UM. First noticed by Tech Information Area, Kurvitz has filed a lawsuit in an Estonian courtroom in opposition to the studio he allegedly left in 2021.

Kurvitz, together with Disco Elysium’s Aleksander Rostov (artwork director) and Helen Hindpere (screenwriter) have been pressured out of the corporate, in line with editor Martin Luiga. In a weblog put up from earlier this month, Luiga alleged that the transfer was “involuntary” and complex by each Kurvitz and Rostov being co-founders and shareholders.

Notably, it seems that neither Hindpere nor Rostov is concerned within the lawsuit and on the time of writing they made no try and sue their former employer.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Kurvitz’s firm Telomer OÜ, which he based in 2020. Kurvitz wrote the novel that served as the idea for the novel. Disco Elysiumturned successful upon its launch in 2019.

In response to the web site of the Estonian Ministry of Justice (initially found by Kotaku AU), the corporate has utilized to “get info and assessment paperwork”. The listening to will happen on November 28.

On the time of writing, ZA/UM has not spoken out about Kurvitz’s lawsuit.


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