Metro Exodus Recouped All Of THQ Nordic’s Costs

Also, THQ will publish 4A' Games' next game.

Metro Exodus
Metro Exodus

THQ Nordic have reported that Metro Exodus has sold so well that the publisher has managed to earn back all of their investment. Seems like THQ are incredibly impressed with the game’s performance, so much so that they’ve already signed a deal with developers 4A Games to publish their next title.

This news comes from THQ Nordic’s latest financial report, which reported a revenue of SEK 794 million, which roughly translates to around $82 million or nearly £65 million. This increase in revenue was attributed mostly to the sales of Metro Exodus. As for the unannounced 4A Games title, it’s not clearly if it’s a new Metro title or a completely new title altogether.

As for the rest of the report, THQ Nordic note that they currently have a whopping 80 games in development, with 48 games currently unannounced, which is absolutely staggering. Considering E3 is around two weeks away, we wonder if we’ll see any of those 48 games. We’ve got our fingers crossed.

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