Pending court approval, THQ's remaining assets have been purchased by 3 companies for approximately 5.55 million dollars.
Nordic Games has purchased several of THQ's remaining assets. This purchase includes the rights to the popular Darksiders, MX vs. ATV, and Red Faction franchises. Nordic Games also obtained other THQ software such as Destroy All Humans! and Summoner, and some licensed software including Marvel Super Hero Squad and Supreme Commander. This transaction cost Nordic Games $4.9 million.
Gearbox Software, the developer of Borderlands 2, has purchased the rights to the Homeworld franchise for 1.35 million dollars.
The last of THQ's assets, Drawn to Life and Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter was purchased by 505 Games for $300,000.
THQ sold off its intellectual property because the company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year.