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Recent articles about THQ Nordic
We speak to Eric Wuestmann as he's tasked with leading the growing publisher's business in a key Western market
Franchise swaps put Red Faction and Risen series closer to their original developers; Painkiller, Sacred, and more change hands
Slovakia-based developer staff by team who has worked on DayZ, Conan and Soldier of Fortune 3
Also gains Statik IP, but Little Nightmares and Stretchers remain with their publishers
Company formerly known as THQ Nordic looks ahead to a Q3 with Darksiders and Shenmue 3
Growing publisher has established second international distribution outlet to handle releases in Japanese market
Proposal would separate holding company's nomenclature from that of subsidiary publisher
Goodbye Kansas Game Invest has five investments in early stage games companies, deal includes royalty rights to Biomutant
The publisher also said that development of Dead Island 2 is now being led by Dambuster Studios
Value of the deal for Gunfire's 63 staff and IP catalogue was not disclosed
Acquisition of Italian racing studio could almost double in value based on earnouts
THQ Nordic also weighs in on ESA pledges: "We do not plan to implement casino-styled mechanics in our games"
Net sales spiked 158% at the publisher thanks to 4A Games' shooter and Coffee Stain's Satisfactory
German studio's entire team and the rights to Risen and Elex were also part of the deal
Co-founder and CEO Lars Wingefors "condemns all unethical content this website stands for", regrets implicit endorsement
Substantially oversubscribed share issue brings on a range of new investors for growing publisher
Publisher now has 77 games in development, including 48 unannounced projects
€1.9m cash deal will give THQ Nordic a publishing platform for Australia and New Zealand
Kingdom Come: Deliverance has sold 2m units one year on from its release
Parent company clarifies comment distancing itself from decision to pull PC version from Steam in favor of Epic Games store, says it will change name to avoid future confusion
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