The THQ UK development team earmarked for closure - THQ Digital Warrington - will now absolutely definitely be shut down.
THQ may have been working on a downloadable version of street racing game Juiced, Eurogamer has discovered.
Another THQ studio has bitten the dust - THQ Digital Warrington, known once as Juice Games.
Steam has clumped THQ and Relic games together into great money-saving packs.
A new website is up and running for Juiced, THQ's forthcoming PC, PS2 and Xbox racer.
Head on over to juiced-racing.com for game details, screenshots, trailers and a selection of lovely wallpapers to download. Plus you can find out more about the parts manufacturers involved with the game. We're promised competitions and further additions to the site in the future, and a community site is also planned.
Juiced is billed as "the only racing simulation that totally immerses you in the lifestyle and culture of the real street modding scene." You start out with nothing and have to race your way to the top, earning new cars and tweaking them to perfection as you go.