For those of you looking forward to another installment of the Red Faction franchise, you’d be wise to wait elsewhere, as the franchise has officially come to a close. This was announced earlier today at an investors meeting with THQ, where CEO Brian Farrell stated that “we do not intend to carry forward with that franchise in any meaningful way.” By that franchise, he, of course, means Red Faction.. The cancellation of the franchise was likely due to poor sales of Red Faction: Armageddon. Farrell also called developer Volition “talented”, and THQ has moved them over to working on a Guillermo del Toro survival horror game called inSane.
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