Today marks an early Christmas present for racing and demolition fans from THQ Nordic. Wreckfest is introducing a paid DLC pack, and a free update for all users. The Modified Monsters car pack features five new vehicles added to the game. The company also announced a free update as well. As the publisher describes it,
THQ Nordic has just dropped the details for a new patch to one of their big titles. That’s right racing fans, Wreckfest has a new patch coming out, so you better get behind the wheel and get hyped. The new Fall Update adds a ton of new content, ripe for smashing, so strap in. The
THQ Nordic announces a new Japan-based subsidiary, with an aim to expand into the third-largest gaming market in the world. The partnership is born out of the acquisition of developer HandyGames, and a desire to market THQ Nordic and HandyGames’ content to new audiences. This studio will be in charge of distribution, PR, and marketing
So Wreckfest, that highly detailed and addictive racing sim with soft-body physics and tons of smashing of cars, yeah you know it. It just launched on consoles today from THQ Nordic and developer Bugbear Entertainment. With this launch, comes a bevy of new content and some various other bits and bobs in a new patch.
Mimimi Games and THQ Nordic have just unveiled a bit more news about their upcoming collaboration, Desperados III. This time we’re meeting the mysterious Voodoo practitioner, Isabelle Moreau. A strong believer in fate, she stands as a stark reminder of the grim reality that our unlikely heroes face in the closing days of the Wild
Crypto-137 is coming back to Earth, and this time he’s even angrier. And to go along with the bevy of different promotional materials, THQ Nordic has something else to show us. That something is the various collector’s edition of Destroy All Humans! There’s actually two of them, because for some crazy reason every major game
Biomutant, the upcoming action role-playing game developed by Swedish developer Experiment 101 and published by THQ Nordic, has some news for fans looking forward to a romp across its open world. The publisher has announced that the game is getting two different special editions, each one featuring some incredibly cool bonuses. For those of you
The upcoming remake of Destroy All Humans! has the internet buzzing. Those who remember the original game are in for a treat when this new version drops in 2020. Cryptosporidium 137 is quite the interesting little ball of nihilism and death-dealing alien vengeance. As we can see in this new gameplay footage, not only is
Destroy All Humans! is a franchise I fell in love with back in the PS2 era. And now, THQ Nordic is giving fans a new reason to jump back on board with crypto and his quest to dominate the planet. That’s because THQ Nordic just announced a full remake of the early 2000s sci-fi spoof.
So it looks like fans of the hack-and-slash series Darksiders are in for some good news at E3. According to a listing spotted on the E3 schedule website, there’s a panel on the docket the plans to discuss the past, present and future of the franchise. And during said panel, there’s going to be talk
THQ Nordic has been pumping out games and ending up in headlines a lot these last few months. Not only has the developer/publisher been snapping up rival studios at a fevered pace, with their most recent acquisitions carving a path across multiple genres. One of these being Piranha Bytes, the makers of Risen, Gothic, and
THQ Nordic is once again in the news this month for an acquisition they’ve made of a rival studio. The studio is the one behind some pretty well-known properties, which will now become the property of THQ Nordic. These properties include game franchises like Risen, Gothic, and most recently, ELEX. This means that the studio
So with all of the hullabaloo surrounding E3 2019, gamers and fans looking for popular franchises are eagerly awaiting more news about what’s coming next month out of California and beyond. The games industry has long held the Summer festival of games and press events that is E3 as somewhat sacred, saving many major announcements
Warhorse Studios, the developer behind the extremely realistic, and sometimes weird medieval life title Kingdom Come: Deliverance, has been bought out by THQ Nordic. As terms of the deal, Daniel Vavra and Martin Klima will remain in place. They helped found the studio, and will serve with current CEO Martin Fryvalsky in management positions. The
THQ Nordic may have just “unintentionally” leaked a Switch trailer for one of their more iconic franchises. Earlier today, the company seemed to have accidentally posted a trailer for Darksiders: Warmastered Edition that promoted the remaster making its way to the Nintendo Switch console. The trailer was pulled from the THQ Nordic website, and that
Darksiders III, the latest game in a long-running action game franchise, is out now. THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games have finally released the long-awaited game, and the hardcore fans waiting for a new over-the-top action game are pretty happy. The story follows one vengeful warrior by the name of Fury, as she does battle with
Darksiders III has a new trailer, and it’s all about action. Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Gunfire Games have released a new trailer for Darksiders III dubbed “Horse with No Name.” Fury is on the war path, and she’ll be joined by a trusty steed as she rages her way through the minions of heaven
Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Gunfire Games have released a new trailer for Darksiders III dubbed “Fury’s Apocalypse.” This new trailer lays down more groundwork for the backstory of Fury, as well as some of the motivations for her quest of vengeance. For those that are unaware, Fury is being sent to put the Seven
Ahead of the impending launch of Darksiders 3, THQ Nordic is handing the remasters of the original Darksiders games, Darksiders: Warmastered Edition, and Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition support for Xbox One X. Darksiders: Warmastered Edition already has the patch, and Gunfire Games is working on implementing it for the second game, they estimate that the
THQ Nordic and Bugbear Entertainment’s Wreckfest has been plagued with issues for years. After years in Early Access the PC version missed it’s initial launch window in 2017, before finally landing on PC in June 2018 with it’s full release. And while the concept of smashing cars by the dozen in realistic racing sim is
THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games have announced their plans for DLC in Darksiders III. For the uninitiated, Darksiders III tells the story of Fury, one of the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Fury will battle their way through legions of demonic, undead and other enemies over the course of the game, and it will all
Darksiders III got a new gameplay trailer today, showcasing a new set of obstacles in the way of Fury on their path for vengeance. That new challenge is the Charred Council. The Charred Council is an ancient and powerful group of otherworldly overlords that act as mediators between the forces of chaos vying for power.