Nordic Games is henceforth to be known as THQ Nordic, as it adopts the branding it picked up in 2014 following THQ's demise and sell-off.
Nordic Games has announced that it is bringing back the ill-fated THQ brand, adopting the name THQ Nordic and teasing 23 projects in active development with 13 yet to be publicly announced.
From billion-dollar highs in 2007 to Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2012, the story of THQ is one of rags-to-riches-to-rags-again.
The company was formally split up in 2013 with multiple buyers making off with various assets from the company, including rights to the name and its various gaming-related franchises.
A year later, the relatively young Nordic Games announced that it had picked up the THQ brand, and now we know why: it's rebranding itself to THQ Nordic.
'One could say the most defining moment for our company happened in 2013, grabbing headlines like Who the FUCK is Nordic Games?