THQ Assets Have Been Sold And Here's Where They Went

By Spencer Pressly on January 23, 2013, 5:56PM EST

As previously reported upon THQ held an auction for all of their assets today and we now know where a lot of their big name titles will be going. There are still many things up in the air, but as of this writing here is all of the information we currently know. Expect to check back throughout the day as the situation unfolds and we will update you.

THQ President Jason Rubin has announced that Koch Media (owners of Deep Silver) bought Volition and the Metro IP, Crytek Studio bought the rights to Homefront, Take Two Interactive bought Evolve, and Ubisoft bought THQ Montreal as well as South Park The Stick of Truth.

It has been announced that SEGA was the company to purchase Relic Entertainment

DD Investing also provided information on how much each studio/IP was sold for. Starting with $500k for Homefront, $5.8m for Metro, $3.2m for South Park, $26m for Relic, $2.5m for Montreal, $11m for Evolve, $22.3m for Volition.

Relic Entertainment's developer Kyle Berndt also announced his move to SEGA and it wouldn't be surprising to see the company try to acquire Relic. How do you feel about these different companies buying different assets from THQ? Let us know in the comments below and we will update as more information is released.

Source: Kotaku

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