Video game publisher THQ said on Wednesday it was filing for bankruptcy protection, and entered into an agreement with private investment firm Clearlake Capital Group for a potential sale of all of its assets.
The assets sold will include THQ’s four development studios, as well as all games currently active in development, including the highly anticipated Metro: Last Light and Saints Row 4. The filing was made in U.S. bankruptcy court in Delaware.
THQ has stated how all current and upcoming projects under its’ wing will continue operation without any interruption.
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