Folding publisher THQ sold off its biggest and most valuable assets in a January 2013 auction, and now it's been confirmed that the rest of its holdings will be sold off in a second auction. Initial bids must be submitted by April 1 and final bids must follow two weeks later, on April 15. The entire process is expected to conclude in mid-May.
THQ's remaining properties are being divided into six separate lots. Four of those lots connect to a single franchise: Darksiders, Red Faction, Homeworld, and MX. The other two lots amount to "Other Owned Software" and "Other Licensed Software." The former includes titles like Destroy All Humans!, de Blob, and Titan Quest; the latter's highlights include Supreme Commander, Worms, and Costume Quest.
Read more about the auction and see a full breakdown of the assets to be sold in the official press release.