THQ Nordic recently revealed information about its future plans, after acquiring Koch Media last year, the publisher said it is developing another Saints Row as well as Dead Island 2 and some branded projects TimeSplitters cult.
This news was revealed through THQ Nordic’s latest financial statement document, which details upcoming projects from THQ Nordic’s internal issuer – Deep Silver (the watchdog body) developers at companies like Volition, Dambusters Studios and Fishblabs).
Lars Wingefors, founder and CEO of THQ Nordic, wrote in the report that perhaps most significant is the fact that Volition is “immersing myself in the development of an all-new Saints Row.” , marking the first return of this beloved series since Saints Row IV was released in 2013. The game promises to bring unforgettable experiences even if it is called Saints Row 5, Saints Row DRAW Or a completely different name.
Meanwhile, the popular Dead Island franchise is “entrusted” to Dambuster Studios – the company behind the Homefront: The Revolution game. Dambuster Studios will “lead the development of Dead Island 2.” Mr. Wingefors excitedly shared that “it’s a pleasure to see the development of this famous brand “come into the hands” of one of our in-house studios.”
As for TimeSplitters, Mr. Wingefors is “delighted to announce that one of the series’ creators, Steve Ellis, has decided to join us in shaping the future roadmap for the brand.” However, fans will have to “guess” for a long time because details about the new TimeSplitter game have not been announced yet.
As for Fishlabs, the staff here are “working on a new IP, as well as several closed projects.” Emergenceingame.Com will update all the breaking news about these upcoming games in the future.
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