THQ Nordic Announces More Studio Acquisitions, Has 35 Games In Development


If THQ Nordic isn’t the definition of a comeback story, we don’t know what’s.

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Six years in the past, the corporate filed for chapter following the discharge of Darksiders II, with its many licenses being unfold throughout quite a few corporations. But now, years later, it’s again and working smoother than ever, with plenty of corporations below its wing (together with Deep Silver, whom it offered a few of its franchises to) and Darksiders III able to drop later this month. And it’s not achieved but.

In a Q3 monetary report supplied by the corporate, THQ Nordic revealed that it has picked up two extra studios for its group. Bugbear Interactive, the studio behind the racing recreation Wreckfest, and Coffee Stain Studios, the creator of the hit recreation Goat Simulator, at the moment are below THQ’s umbrella, and can little doubt produce huge titles for them sooner or later.

But that’s not all. The firm additionally revealed that it has a whopping 35 unannounced video games in growth (out of 55 whole). That’s lots, contemplating that the corporate simply discovered its footing once more just a few years in the past. No doubt out of those 35, we’ll see some acquainted franchises make a return, together with the likes of Homefront, Saints Row and the beforehand introduced Timesplitters and Kingdoms of Amalur franchises. Nothing’s official but, however we are able to’t assist however dream about what’s coming our method.

For now, although, the corporate is popping its consideration to Darksiders III, because it’s hoping that it finds an excessive amount of success with followers of the sequence. The first two video games have carried out fairly nicely with their re-releases on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, they usually’re additionally included with a particular version of Darksiders III, so followers can get pleasure from them that method as nicely. And 2019 isn’t wanting too shabby both, with Metro Exodus build up an incredible quantity of steam for its late February launch.

Needless to say, issues are wanting up for THQ Nordic. And we want them continued success as they go down this highway. Also…can Darksiders III come out already? We know its launch date is November 27, however we want it for the vacations…

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