Darksiders 3 is coming November 27 to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, because it’s 2018 and somehow this trilogy, of all game trilogies, has managed to survive after the closure of the original studio behind it, Vigil Games, and former publisher, THQ. Darksiders 3 is being made by Gunfire Games.
Red Faction Guerrilla is getting a remaster due out sometime in the second quarter of 2018 according to THQ Nordic. The new version of the Mars-based shooter will have reworked graphics, shadows, and lighting, as well as support native 4K, so its destructible open world should look that much prettier.
Biomutant is Experiment 101’s upcoming open world, anthropomorphic animal action RPG. Originally revealed at last year’s Gamescom, studio head Stefan Ljungqvist recently went a little more in-depth on some of what’s in the game, including its character creator, at a PC Gamer event.
Publisher THQ Nordic announced today that it has purchased publisher Koch Media (Saints Row, Metro, Dead Island), which is a strange twist of fate. Most of Koch Media’s video game franchises used to belong to the old iteration of THQ, which went bankrupt in 2013.
Elex is a terribly constructed video game full of glitches, lag, eye-sores, and confusing mechanics. I would not recommend most people go through the pain of playing this RPG. And yet, despite all of this, I am obsessed with Elex. I can’t stop playing it. In a year of incredible releases, Elex manages to be one of…
Eleven-year-old Titan Quest just got a new expansion pack. Titan Quest Ragnarok, available now on Steam for $14.99, is a Norse-themed expansion for last year’s anniversary edition of the classic action RPG, adding a new story chapter, the Runemaster mastery class, weapons, items and more.
THQ Nordic has a new post-apocalyptic game staring world-weary animal with a sword and bad-ass grasshopper sidekick. The game, suspected to be revealed at this week’s Gamescom, was leaked this weekend thanks to an ad in the German gaming magazine GamesMarkt.
THQ Nordic now owns the rights to all titles and projects from classic military game developer Novalogic. That includes such storied series as Delta Force, Comanche, Joint Operations and F-22. THQ Nordic is open to talks with any developer looking to continue said series. Please.
It might not seem like a savvy business move to rebrand yourself after a failed game publisher, but regardless, best of luck to the folks at Nordic, who announced today that they’re now called THQ Nordic.