A New Dingus, MAG Erfurt, and Press- Oh my!

Hey there everyone!

It’s nice to meet you all! My name’s EMi, and I’ve recently joined the ZA/UM team as another community manager in support of Disco Elysium. I’m based out of the US, so my focus will be on keeping the ZA/UM feeds active during the time zones for the Americas. I’m looking forward to getting to know you all better, and keeping this blog regularly updated! The team working on Disco Elysium has grown quite a bit since the early days when they first started the blog and I’m excited to be able to tell you more about what everyone’s up to.

As you may have seen on Twitter and Facebook, our European community manager Dani and producer Siim “Kosmos” Sinamäe brought Disco Elysium to Germany for MAG in Erfurt! They had a stellar time – thank you to everyone who stopped by to play and chat! Dani took some time afterwards to post about the top 5 indie games the duo saw while they were there, so head on over to our Steam blog to read it. While you’re there, if you haven’t already, please be sure to add Disco Elysium to your wishlist and follow along with us. We’ll be posting over there regularly as well and we definitely don’t want you to miss out on all the latest news regarding the game.

While our travel has continued, so has the coverage of Disco Elysium in the press! GamerPro’s felt drawn to play “like a moth to the flame,” The Geek Show published their interview with our writer Argo Tuulik, and Gamereactor shared the case notes they collected as they explored Revachol. We also really enjoyed the video from Matt Elliot that we’ve posted above where he highlights seven features that make Disco Elysium an “ambitious RPG.” Thank you to everyone who took the time to play and document their experiences with the game!

That’s all for this week, but we’ll have more news for you very soon. We hope you’ll keep up to us on a day-to-day basis by following along with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and joining our Discord so we can chat with you all more often.

Talk to you later!

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