Wednesday, August 14, 2019

THQ Nordic Acquires Gunfire Games

In a recent financial statement, THQ Nordic reveals acquiring Gunfire Games, studio behind the Darksiders series.

In a recently published financial report of Q1 2019, Austrian video game publisher THQ Nordic has revealed a number of exciting news that are vital for fans of some beloved franchises other than report of their earning and all that.

Among these announcements, THQ acquiring some a bunch of new studios are noteworthy, especially their acquisition of developer Gunfire Games who has titles like Darksiders III and Remnant: From the Ashes under their belt.

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THQ Nordic Acquires Gunfire Games

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It was not clearly disclosed that what amount of purchase price they actually paid to get the studio under their wings but according to official press release, THQ will make good return of this cost within three or four years.

Also, they have no plans to intervene an already planned future pipeline of development by Gunfire Games and ready to support them; starting with recent release of Remnant even though it is published by Perfect World Entertainment.

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CEO of THQ Nordic, Lars Wingefors has given a statement about their recent acquisition that follows below.

With the acquisition of Gunfire Games, we are strengthening THQ Nordic's footprint in the US and are adding an experienced and talented development team that we know very well from having collaborated on Darksiders. Gunfire will contribute with premier development expertise to the group with realizable synergies from day one. It is with great anticipation of future projects we now welcome the team to the THQ Nordic family.

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Obviously, it was years of collaboration between THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games during their stint on Darksiders series has given them a better understanding of each other, which will likely to grow stronger over time with mutual support.

THQ has been busy and making all sorts of moves to turn heads like bringing TimeSplitters co-creator Steve Ellis for a new game, getting a new Saints Row game worked on and reviving Dead Island 2 under developer Dambuster Studios.