THQ Nordic has just lost fabulous news for fans of three of its games adding the Saint’s Row Series, Dead Island 2, and TimeSplitters.
The statement was published before the game publisher declared that extension for the inclusion of submarines in their other game World of Warships.
The most recent financial report of THQ Nordic’s certainly highlighted that Volition, the game’s developers were, “deep in headway” for the brand-new Saints Row game. They also reckoned that this will be a full-entry game to the favorite series since the release of its last installment.
This also reinforces that the game would be titled, Saints Row V and not a spin-off like the Gat out of Hell expansion which was released in 2013. Not only did THQ Nordic have a great message on the Saints Row Series moreover the game publisher is further pulling on the TimeSplitters game.
Well, THQ Nordic acquired the franchise in 2018, and the co-creator of the series has united forces with the game dev crew to “plot the future course” of the game. The ultimate sequel released for the TimeSplitters game was in the year 2005 labeled Future Perfect.
Although from what we concede, these games are already in expansion, THQ Nordic was not plain on the release dates of the latest installments. If the Saint’s Row game is absolutely in in-depth improvement, then it would be months on its deliverance. However, if the TimeSplitters game is yet being designed, it might take years before its fulfillment.
Besides this, Dambuster Studios have been committed with the expansion of the Dead Island franchise. They were also responsible for the earlier released Homefront: The Revolution game. And the dev team will be “leading the development” for the Dead Island series.
The game, though has been stated to experience complications as Yager Development was the first crew to work expansion followed by Sumo Digital in 2016. No comment has been made whether either dev sides will still be associated with the game.
THQ Nordic further stated the possession of the Darksiders III game developers Gunfire Games. This was declared by CEO Lars Wingefors stating that the company is extending their “footprints in the US” and the company is appending the skills and expertise of the development team who operated and collaborated with the Darksiders game.
It seems THQ Nordic has their hands full this year and we apparently would like to listen to added particulars about the forthcoming releases.