THQ Nordic has acquired the rights to all games made by defunct publisher Novalogic.
That includes the rights to titles, such as Delta Force, Comanche, Joint Operations, and more.The deal is the latest in a series of game intellectual property acquisitions for Vienna, Austria-based THQ Nordic.
Once known as Nordic Games, THQ Nordic acquired the rights to THQ s assets in 2013, after the legendary Los Angeles publisher of games, including Darksiders and Red Faction, was liquidated in a bankruptcy sale.
Since that time, THQ Nordic has been working out what to do with those properties.John Garcia, who served as NovaLogic s CEO, founded the company in 1985.
One of its best releases was Delta Force, which debuted in 1998 as a first-person shooter.Delta Force made use of voxels, an efficient way to create 3D graphics, and that enabled high-speed action in online matches with dozens of players.
After 30 years of creating groundbreaking computer and video games, we are proud to pass the baton to THQ Nordic, said Garcia, the owner, founder, and CEO of NovaLogic, in a statement.