Darksiders, Saints Row, Guerrilla sequels

THQ reportedly blabs to investors.

THQ already has sequels to Darksiders: Wrath of War, Saints Row 2 and Red Faction: Guerrilla in development, according to information given to investors.

GameSpot reports that investor relations folks have outed Darksiders and Red Faction sequels for release during fiscal 2012 (1st April 2011 until 31st March 2012), while Saints Row 3 should appear in the preceding 12 months.

The slideshow apparently also said that the publisher's Warhammer 40,000 MMO would be out in fiscal 2012, while Kaos Studios is working on a shooter of some sort and de Blob studio Blue Tongue is doing a Marvel licence.

Technically all the games are potential products, rather than confirmed ones, but few if any of them will come as a surprise.

Volition virtually let the cat out of the bag about Saints Row 3 on our Red Faction: Guerrilla Eurogamer TV Show, and the studio - and publisher - is known to favour overlapping development schedules, which would put Red Faction 4 in the early stages. Darksiders, meanwhile, has previously been pegged as a possible trilogy.

THQ UK was unable to comment on any of the investor blabbery when we made contact this morning, and we'd expect to wait a while before hearing any more about the potential sequels.

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