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Friday, 18 May 2012 08:34

THQ Twitters development status

Written by David Stellmack



Development continues on other titles


With all of the news coming out of THQ these days while the company fights to stay afloat, VP of Core Games Danny Bilson took to Twitter to offer up the status on several titles that everyone was wondering about, after word that THQ was trying to offload Devil’s Third.

The THQ project with Director Guillermo Del Toto, called inSane, “…is not cancelled,” according to Bilson. The new game in development at Turtle Rock Studios (the development team that did Left 4 Dead) is also still in production and moving along. The Patrice Desilets’ title that most are speculating to be called 1666 is also still in production.

While these projects are moving forward, which is good news, we have to wonder if they will be able to continue to move forward without some additional luck for THQ. THQ needs to continue to streamline and generate cash to fund development and the next big chance to make some money will be with the release of Darksiders 2. Let’s hope that it does as well as everyone is expecting it to do, as some of the titles in development above could hinge on its success.


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