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Rick wades through the wreckage of another post-apocalypse.
Partner cards, RTX 3090, and RTX 3070 stil to come.
Has original devs on the project.
Company rebrands to THQ Nordic.
Thanks to a Unity conference.
A remastered version of Darksiders 2 for the Playstation 4 has been confirmed by Nordic Games.
The Homeworld Remastered Collection is due for launch on February 25.
Assassin's Creed creator Patrice Désilets has launched a new studio.
Deep Silver has bought the Homefront IP from Crytek.
Nordic Games has bought the rights to use THQs branding.
Homeworld spiritual successor Hardware: Shipbreakers is to become an official Homeworld title.
Complaints about depictions of the Russian army have lead to some shops withdrawing it from sale.
Sega is demanding close to a $1m in Company of Heroes 2 pre-order money from THQ.
The remainder of THQ's IP has gone for approximately $7m at auction.
GeForce Titan owners can start smiling.
The new owners of the Metro IP are releasing the much anticipated Last Light in May.
Some of the staff from Darksiders developer Vigil have been snapped up by Crytek, employing them to staff its new US office.
Despite efforts to keep THQ together and find a single buyer, THQ's assets have been sold at auction to several different companies.
Aggregate bids to be accepted.
Sale to investment group could save the company.
THQ is currently performing a cost-benefit analysis on investing in Linux support to reach out to the much under-served minority of Linux gamers.
The Humble Bundle, normally including a selection of lesser known indie titles, has launched a pay-what-you-want bundle featuring seven of THQ's titles.
A tattoo on an MMA fighter featured in THQ's UFC series has sparked a copyright infringement lawsuit from the tattoo's designer.
Financial troubles lead to launch date shifts.
Winter is coming to WWII, as we find out in our Company of Heroes 2 Preview.
September 18 2020 | 18:30
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