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Thursday, 24 January 2013 09:11

The end of THQ has come

Written by David Stellmack



Assets sold to a number of publishers


Well, the end of THQ is finally upon us; and we are sad to report that the auction results have revealed that a number of publishers have divided up the spoils. Here are the lucky bidders, and provided that it is all approved, this is where the titles are going to end up.

Relic Entertainment / Company of Heroes – Sega

THQ Montreal / 1666 / Underdog / Additional un-named titles in development – Ubisoft

Turtle Rock Studios – Evolve – Take-Two Interactive

Volition Inc. / Saints Row – Koch Media/Deep Silver

Homefront – Crytek

Metro / Metro: Last Light – Koch Media/Deep Silver

South Park License / South Park: Stick of Truth – Ubisoft


Some assets/titles drew no bids or were not included as part of their sales agreement; and according to THQ, they are still looking to find buyers if at all possible. Still, that leaves studios like Vigil with no new home as of yet, but before this fire sale is over, no one knows where they might end up.

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