THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games release several new pieces of concept art for the forthcoming hack-and-slash title Darksiders 3 depicting the series’ familiar tone.
Gunfire Games president David Adams discusses myriad details about the first gameplay trailer reveal for THQ Nordic’s forthcoming hack-and-slash game Darksiders 3.
THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games officially sanctions the release of 12 minutes of gameplay footage from the forthcoming hack-and-slash title Darksiders 3.
Amazon leaks the existence of Darksiders 3 ahead of any official announcements, accidentally releasing critical screenshots and details ahead of schedule.
THQ Nordic announces that the Wii U version of Darksiders: Warmastered Edition isn’t cancelled, giving the Wii U version of the game a release date and price.
The wait for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be a tough one, but fans can try out these five Zelda-like experiences to tide them over until the game’s release.
Nordic Games announces plans to re-brand itself as THQ Nordic, reviving the THQ name and moving forward with development on new entries in classic THQ franchises.
Nordic Games announces its future plans for the Darksiders franchise, with a remastered version of the original game coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U in October.
Nordic Games announces a release window for ‘Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition’, plus confirm that a new game in the series is currently in development.
Nordic Games acquires the THQ trademark and plans to use it to publish games.
4-player co-op, a battle with Lucifer, and next-gen systems – Vigil Games former Creative Director Joe Madureira teases what ‘Darksiders 3’ might have been.
After confirming their sale last week, THQ has revealed the publishers that will be acquiring its remaining franchises — including ‘Darksiders’ and ‘Homeworld.’
While we don’t know where THQ’s remaining IPs like ‘Homeworld,’ ‘Darksiders,’ and ‘Red Faction’ ended up, we do know they were all sold at a recent auction.
Minecraft hits more milesones, Killzone: Shadow Fall’s main campaign is done, BF4 is going pro, Raven shares Star Wars code, TESO aims to compete, Suda51 talks his next game, and Crytek hopes to save Darksiders.
In April, THQ plans to auction their unsold IPs and licensed software, including ‘Homeworld,’ ‘Red Faction,’ ‘Darksiders,’ and ‘MX.’
‘Crysis’ developer Crytek has formed a new North American studio, Crytek USA, which is headed up by Vigil Games Co-Founder David Adams and is comprised of 35 former Vigil employees.
Even though ‘Darksiders’ developer Vigil Games was not purchased in today’s THQ auction, there may still be hope in the form of ‘Bayonetta’ developer Platinum Games.