THQ Nordic Released kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning Nintendo will launch on Switch on March 16, the company announced on Tuesday.
States of Amaloor Re-reckoning, As the new version is called, first launched in September for PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One in September 2020. It is a 2012 role-playing game made by 38 Studios, which shortly after its bankruptcy became political. Scam for the state of Rhode Island.
Amaloor is expanding its borders and entering the territory of the Nintendo Switch on March 16, 2021.
– The Kingdom of Amalur: Re-recording (@ReckoningGame) 19 January 2021
THQ Nordic purchased the rights to the states of Amalur franchise in 2018. Developed by Remaster Kaiko, delivered Darksiders 2: Definitive edition And Darksiders: Warmster Edition In 2015 and 2016 for THQ Nordic.
Praised as a deep, highly fictional role-playing game, kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning The publisher was a critical success for Electronic Arts when it launched on PlayStation 3, Windows PC, and Xbox 360 in February 2012. But in selling 1.2 million copies in its first 90 days, the game made nowhere near enough money to cover the debt. Rhode Island released to 38 studios.
38 Studios, founded by former Boston Red Sox pitcher Kurt Schilling, was eventually liquidated in late 2013. Following the sale of the company’s assets, and civil litigation settlements with Schilling, banks, underwriters and other 38 studio investors, Rhode Island. Taxpayers paid about $ 28 million on state bonds that gave the studio $ 75 million to relocate to Providence.
The rights of THQ Nordic are now to the Amaloor franchise; The publication rights to the original game are still retained by EA. 38 Studios had to work on Copernicus, an MMO code-project when it went bust. THQ Nordic picked up assets for her in its 2018 acquisition.