THQ has revealed that, despite its financial situation, the company's internal studios has commenced work on four unannounced titles.
The revelation comes after the firm's Q1 2013 earnings call, which confirmed the cancelation of inSANE, with all of its rights returning to creator Guillermo del Toro.
New president Jason Rubin said in addition to monitoring the progress of titles such as Crytek's Homefront 2 and Assassin’s Creed creator Patrice Desilets' project, he's also given the green light to the development of four new games stemming from their internal studios.
"I’ve been focusing primarily on upcoming projects including Darksiders 2, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Metro: Last Light and Homefront 2, as well as the titles being developed by Turtle Rock Studios, Collision, Crytek and Patrice Désilets.
"Beyond our announced titles, in the last 60 days, all four of our internal studios began working on new titles that represent the type of product we believe will make THQ successful in the future."
The next game to launch for THQ in their aforementioned line-up is Darksiders 2, which releases on August 14 in North America.