SourceTHQ has told Gamasutra that it’s to focus on releasing low-cost-triple-A-titles and free-to-play titles, following the sale of its UFC license to Electronic Arts.
The first ‘cheaper’ release from the company’s new mindset will be South Park: The Stick of Truth in March, 2013.
The firm also made it clear that it intends to enter the free-to-play market as a major concern. It also said that such free-to-play titles will particularly be developed for the next generation of home consoles.
THQ’s next triple-A title is Darksiders II, which is in development for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC and hits on August 14 this year. A Wii U version is also in development.
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??? "free to play" games are the biggest lie ever, as it it will cost you more than a normal game, you will buy costumes, new characters, character slots, pets ... at a very low price each but as a regular price for the whole game won't be fixed you'll likely pay more over a few months than you would have paid for a game bought in a shop
please people react by not getting into this
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I thought they released lost cost games anyway, not sure about triple A thou
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