THQ Nordic have revealed that they, with their subsidiaries, currently have around 80 games in active development with 48 unannounced titles included.
Biomutant, the upcoming action-rpg from Experiment 101 appears to be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
THQ Nordic staged an AMA on a site known for propagating child pornography, white supremacy, and racism--the company has now apologized.
THQ Nordic has raised 2.09 billion Swedish krona (roughly $225 milliion) that will be put toward further expanding the publisher's portfolio.
Watch two minutes of gameplay from the upcoming oddball action game BioMutant.
I can't really call Biomutant my biggest surprise of PAX because I once publicly said it
Melee combat highlights Experiment 101’s unusual adventure
THQ Nordic has delayed Biomutant from its previously planned 2018 release window to summer 2019. It will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A reason for the delay was not announced. If you missed it yesterday, watch the Gamescom 2018 trailer, gameplay videos, and screenshots of Biomutant here.
THQ Nordic has released a new trailer, gameplay videos, and screenshots of Biomutant at Gamescom 2018. Biomutant is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018. Watch the videos below. View the screenshots at the gallery. Trailer Gameplay
Biomutant is the open world RPG to watch this year: a mutant and mech-focused game with a gorgeous post-apocalyptic landscape to explore, and not a boring human character in sight. Instead you'll be playing as a cute, Rocket Raccoon-style mutant critter, who you'll be able to customise to your liking.Experiment 101's Stefan Ljungqvist enlightened us on this aspect at the PC Gamer Weekender, going into detail on Biomutant's character creation tools. RPG fans will be pleased to see a bevy of stats—Strength, Vitality, Charisma, Intellect, Agility and Luck—on offer, while pet-owners should be thrilled at the variety of fur colours and patterns they'll be able to tweak. Interestingly, your character's stats and appearance are interlinked, so if you opt for a strength-focused character they'll look like more of a bruiser, while more agile mutants will obviously be leaner: