4A Games is currently working on the Metro Exodus season pass, but its development will not be the last studio collaboration with THQ Nordic. As announced by the company based in Austria and Sweden, they have not signed with the parents of the saga of post-apocalyptic action and they have not transcended details.
Of course, the new owners also of Piranha Bytes, parents of Gothic and Risen, they have today more than 80 video games in development. Of these 48 have not yet been announced to the public. It is worth clarifying that THQ Nordic is one of the most active companies in the industry in the purchase of studios and other assets.
As for the Metro saga, 4A Games managed to provide its audience with another great videogame such as we told in the Exodus analysis of GamesFreeBola.