Darksiders Warmastered Edition Coming To Wii U Sometime After November 29th

The team at THQ Nordic have today confirmed that the Wii U version of Darksiders Warmastered Edition has been delayed. The Wii U version will be released sometime after the PC release which is launching on November 29th. This applies to both the physical and digital editions of the game and it’s not clear when Wii U owners will get the game. However, THQ Nordic says that the release will follow soon after but wouldn’t commit to a date.

The PC version will be released on November 29, and Nintendo’s Wii U™ version (both retail and digital) will follow at a later stage. Information on the release date will follow soon.


  1. Hope they sell a bundle pack, of the 2 remastered games.
    It could be better if they sell an amazing Bundle with the 2 games + the 2 Udon’s Artbooks. :)

  2. Hmm… wonder if it will look a bit better on the Wii U than it did on the ps3…
    Mind you, i though the Ps3 version looked amazing when it came out… too bad i only rented it… gamefly… :v

    1. The Wii U version looks a bit better than the PS3 and Xbox 360 version (slightly higher resolution on a lot of textures & maybe slightly more stable framerate). Though if you want the real deal, you’ll probably want to go for the PS4 Pro or PC version. Those are the ultimate versions of the game.

      1. Was thinking about that… but i have so many ps4 games and no memory left for me to install data…. i don’t wanna buy a bigger memory for it just to play that… it will be more expensive to do so…

        1. Oh, I see. Yeah, the game definitely wouldn’t be helping with that. It has video cutscenes in 4K and 60 FPS, those alone take up a ridiculous amount of data.

  3. Well. Looks like my PS4 backlog will get even bigger next month when I get Darksiders Warmastered Edition, the Deathinitive Edition of Darksiders II, and the Ezio Trilogy. Not to mention my digital preorder of FFXV for my PS4 that is coming on the 29th. @.@

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