SEGA, Ubisoft, Koch Media, Take 2 and Crytek pick up studios and IP as THQ is dissolved
It appears that most of THQ's studios and assets will be saved as most of them have been picked up by some of the industry's big players have acquired them according to a leaked letter from THQ president Jason Rubin to the company's remaining employees.
Koch Media is one of the biggest winners in the terms of content as they have acquired Saints Row developer Volition along with the IP and 4A's atmospheric shooter series Metro.
SEGA bolstered their PC strategy fold by picking up Relic Entertainment. Crytek has acquired the Homefront series that they are currently developing and Take Two has bought up the Evolve IP in development with Left 4 Dead studio Turtle Rock.
Possibly the most controversial purchase confirmed in the letter was that of Ubisoft buying up THQ Montreal and it's IPs including that of Assassin's Creed creator Patrice Desilets. They also acquired South Park: The Stick Of Truth.
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