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Disco Elysium creators search for artists who “love science fiction and space”

The creators of Disco Elysium, ZA / UM, have not sat idly by, and have already begun to think about what their next album will look like. Moreover, some job offers from the Estonia-born studio hint at some details of his next game, which fans of the more classic RPG have already been waiting for due to the success of her first movie.

According to these shows, in the studio that is currently in the UK with more than 60 employees, they are looking for several artists who can create “off-earth environments” and have a “love of science fiction and space”. In fact, they are looking for someone with certain interests, because they speak of someone who “understands that there are more things in heaven and on earth than he dreams of in philosophy,” referring to a phrase from Hamlet’s play, Shakespeare.

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Other offers drop more interesting information. For example, they ask for skills in “Creation of city and architecture blueprints,” talking about an environmental concept artist, as well as “a love of science fiction and video games.” They are also looking for a sales and monetization specialist, which in principle does not fit into the concept of Disco Elysium, but may simply aim to improve sales numbers, rather than finding a way to set up micropayments, as suggested by the owner of the offer.

We can’t help but wait to see what they’re up to at ZA/UM, as well as the TV series based on Disco Elysium, produced by themselves in association with dj2 Entertainment. “We are grateful for the response Disco Elysium has received, and are very excited to be collaborating with DJ2 to expand the franchise to other media and audiences,” said Helen Hindberry, ZA/UM Writer. We’re not just talking about one of the greatest indie games of recent years, but an excellent RPG that Netcost describes in its analysis as a “necessary revolution” in the role-playing genre.

Source: ZA / UM

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