Kingdom Come: Deliverance artwork showing knights fighting

After appearing pretty much out of nowhere, THQ Nordic has quickly managed to acquire a wide variety studios and game IPs. Just recently they've revived the Darksiders series, acquired the rights to classic games like TimeSplitters, Kingdoms of Amalur and Carmageddon, as well brought Deep Silver and their Metro series under their wing.

The latest in this series of acquisitions is Warhorse Studios and their medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Much like before, THQ Nordic has not revealed what exactly they have planned for Warhorse Studios, but given that the leadership has remained exactly the same, it appears that they will be there to finance and market the studio's next game.

Whether this is going to be a sequel to Kingdom Come: Deliverance, that still remains to be seen, but if you ask me, I would say the answer is likely to be yes. Not only was Kingdom Come: Deliverance quite successful, but it was also originally planned to be a trilogy, so chances are that Warhorse Studios still have quite a few ideas they would like to explore.

Once more information comes to light, most likely when Warhorse Studios' next game is ready to be revealed, I'll make sure to let you know. Until then, I'm afraid all we can really do is sit and wait.