THQ Nordic has announced currently that they have acquired Koch Media for €121 million. The offer – which sees THQ buying all of Koch Media – suggests that THQ will now also just take above Deep Silver, the publisher of Saints Row, Lifeless Island, and Kingcom Come: Deliverance.
For these who might not have remembered, THQ’s assets had been picked up in late 2012 after the firm was pressured to shut its doors, so today’s transfer now sees a ton of franchises transfer back below the THQ umbrella. Relating to the acquisition, THQ Nordic has reported it will check and delegate means in an work to make absolutely sure best top quality is insured.
In a quick assertion, Lars Wingefors – CEO of THQ Nordic – praised the acquisition, revealing how pleased the firm was to get the likes of Deep Silver. “Koch Media has a extensive historical past of profitability despite losses incurred from some fewer thriving game releases. THQ Nordic is convinced that the improvement studios of Deep Silver as component of THQ Nordic will properly supply at least 4 ongoing AAA game jobs which include Metro Exodus as well as the subsequent Volition Studio AAA release and the subsequent Dambuster Studio AAA release, with each other with a quantity of other game improvement and publishing titles.”, claims Wingefors.
In its assertion concerning the transfer, THQ Nordic claims it has no options to restructure or improve Deep Silver, and Koch Media will proceed to run as its have entity, and as this kind of, the record of in-improvement online games at Deep Silver will not be impacted, this means there really should (hopefully) be no delays or layoffs at the firm. Wingefors reported he believes Deep Silver will release at least 4 ongoing jobs this 12 months, which include the remarkably expected Metro Exodus.