The trend for THQ Nordic’s mass acquirings doesn’t seem to let up as the Austrian-based publisher announced the next studio to have purchased recently. Nordic’s parent company Koch Media made a press release announcing the latest acquiring being Kingdom Come: Deliverances developer Warhorse Studios.
Today not only marks the game’s studio acquisition, but also is the one year of the game officially releasing. Since the game’s release a year ago in 2018, Deliverance has sold over two million copies throughout all major platforms.
Warhorse Studios CEO Martin Fryvaldsky made a statement on his studio joining the THQ cast of developers:
“Becoming part of THQ Nordic family is an important milestone for our studio,“ Fryvaldsky says. “We believe that backing by THQ Nordic and Koch Media will give us an extra push in our mission to bring exciting games to our customers and extend the frontiers of the gaming industry,”
Amid the excitement that Warhorse currently is on joining Nordic, THQ Nordic CEO Lars Wingefors shares some of his insight on the recent acquisition. “Warhorse Studios is one of the leading independent studios in Europe and I am proud to welcome them to the THQ Nordic group“
In 2018 alone, THQ Nordic made many acquisitions on well-known & beloved studios such as Goat Simulator’s Coffee Stain Studios and Deep Rock Galactic’s Bugbear Entertainment. As well as fan-favorite properties like Time Splitters and Alone in the Dark.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Source: Koch Media