The publisher has some end-of-summer news
More streams are getting locked in for the summer of gaming news, and today, THQ Nordic joins the lineup. THQ Nordic will host a digital showcase on August 11, spotlighting plans for its upcoming lineup of games.
The stream will air live on THQ Nordic’s channels over on YouTube, Twitch, and Steam. THQ Nordic’s showcase will kick off at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET on August 11, with HandyGames hosting a pre-show leading into the main event.
Another year, another line-up!
Be sure to save the date for our #THQNordic Digital Showcase live on August 11th, 2023
This year's showcase will not only include world premiere announcements but also updates and reveals for previously-announced games! pic.twitter.com/hDc04oWUjs
— THQ Nordic (@THQNordic) April 20, 2023
As the announcement notes, THQ Nordic will be sharing info about both world premiere announcements and previously confirmed titles. Basically, games both new and known will appear here.
THQ Nordic has a few titles lined up already, including the newly remade Alone in the Dark, Outcast 2, racing-destruction game Wreckreation, and more. Heck, there was an unannounced, unrevealed title I played at PAX East that involved a crack squad of soldiers and some solid tactics. Here’s hoping that’s on the docket for this THQ Nordic showcase.
Are you ready for the summer?
Though it’s coming in at the August end of the summer, I still think this puts THQ Nordic’s showcase in the realm of “summer games news.” Traditionally, June is the month where games companies roll out a bevy of information about the rest of the year and even further on.
But especially after 2020 shifted everything online, that window has opened up a bit. And with no E3 to pin things down this year, the summer is looking like another one filled with developer and publisher showcases. We’ve got the Summer Game Fest kick-off in June, as well as streams from Xbox, Ubisoft, the PC Gaming Show, and more.