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Monday, 06 April 2009 14:38

THQ announces Company of Heroes Online

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Saint Row and Red Faction

 

THQ Entertainment recently announced the company’s projects and plans, and the titles such as Company of Heroes Online, Warhammer 40K Online, Red Faction and a new installment in the Saint Row franchise are a part of them.

Unfortunately, the company didn’t reveal fixed dates on when the games should show up but they did provide vague timeframes. So, we should see the Company of Heroes Online in fiscal 2010, which commenced recently, Saint Row in fiscal 2011, whereas Warhammer 40K Online and Red Fiction should hit the market sometime in fiscal 2012.

We expect THQ to announce a bit more precise timeframes for these games in the upcoming months, and we’ll surely keep our ears/eyes open.

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