Update: A letter from THQ CEO Brian Farrell and president Jason Rubin
to their employees appears to corroborate the below information, as well as provide further details regarding the results of the auction.
Sega may be the proud new owner of Relic Entertainment, based on initial signs coming out of this week's THQ asset auction. Relic developer Kyle Berndt has tweeted
that he is now a Sega employee, indicating that the company may have been purchased by Sega during the auction proceedings.
No official announcements have been made regarding the fates of THQ's various studios and their respective intellectual property, but we're keeping our collective ears to the ground as more news continues to trickle down.