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Darksiders II confirmed for Aug. 14 release

Darksiders II will land on store shelves on Aug. 14, according to Brian Farrell, CEO for THQ, the game's publisher. Farrell confirmed the game's release today during a THQ investor conference call.

The sequel to 2010's Darksiders was initially slated for a June 2012 release, but was pushed back to an unspecified date in August last month. Farrell today called that delay a "demonstration of our commitment to quality," according to Joystiq.

He went on to note Darksiders II pre-orders are currently five times that of its predecessor. And that's good news for THQ, especially after a, well, not very good fiscal fourth quarter of 2012.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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