Warhammer 40K MMO no longer an MMO
THQ revamping Dark Millennium to focus on immersive single-player and online multiplayer; 118 employees at Relic and Vigil studios being laid off as a result.
Is THQ on the verge of collapse?
THQ took uDraw to task for its recent travails, but the ill-fated peripheral is just the latest example of the publisher failing to adapt to a changing industry.
THQ looking for help with Warhammer 40K MMO
Beleaguered company "actively looking" for publishing partners to launch Dark Millennium Online, taking realistic approach to required financial commitment.
THQ cancels 2014 lineup?
IGDA source claims publisher has cancelled Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millennium Online, along with its entire 2014 lineup, due to financial trouble. UPDATE: THQ has denied rumor, saying it has not ...
Warhammer 40,000 game license extended
THQ, Games Workshop renew long-standing exclusive agreement in "multi-year" deal for sci-fi franchise, which has sold 6.5 million units to date.
Q&A: THQ CEO Brian Farrell
Publisher's chief executive discusses MX vs. ATV Alive's DLC-powered approach, uDraw sales, and the state of the gaming industry.
Saints Row, Warhammer 40K series sales top 6 million
Grand Theft Auto-like crime franchise, table-top inspired sci-fi series both top sextuple platinum mark; Saints Row 2 sells over 3.4 million.
THQ posts $900 million in full-year sales
Publisher makes "significant turnaround" with launches of UFC, Red Faction, Darksiders; company losses narrowed to $9.6 million.
Warhammer 40K MMOG debuting at E3 2010
THQ CEO reveals Vigil's mystery-shrouded massively multiplayer project will be unveiled in June; Company of Heroes Online coming west, WWE Online going east.
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