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THQ titles available via digital distribution

Direct2Drive announced an agreement to digitally distribute PC games from software publisher THQ, Inc.

Direct2Drive has announced an agreement to digitally distribute PC games from THQ.

Supreme Commander and STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl were the first games to be released under this agreement, making them simultaneously available for sale through traditional retailers and digital distribution.

"Weâre proud to be the first to offer THQâs roster of hit games to our consumers via digital distribution," said Direct2Drive's Jamie Berger.

"Our customers are passionate about great games and blockbusters like Supreme Commander, the award-winning Company of Heroes, and the full Dawn of War series are exciting additions to our unparalleled library of AAA games available for download."

THQ joins publishers such as 2K Games, Atari, Activision, Blizzard, Eidos, EA, Namco, NCSoft, SEGA, SOE, Ubisoft, and Vivendi-Universal who have previously partnered with Direct2Drive to make their titles available for digital download.

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