At the Global Videogames Conference in Paris, France THQ's President/CEO Brian Farrell stepped up the plate and spoke about his company's plans with the PS2. He first started out by talking about the financial incomings for THQ, then he mentioned that THQ is the fourth ranked publisher in North America.
He then jumped on the focus of video gaming and backtracked to E3 where he made the statement to release 10 PS2 games before 2002. Of course Summoner and Red-Faction would be part of the ten releases, while a new WWF wrestler would also accommodate the ten THQ titles, as well be developed by Yukes.
Pacific Coast Power & Light will be developing a new adventure title for the PS2 along with their planned MotorCross title. Farrell also said that another WWF game will be made for the PS2 but this one will be for online purposes, but THQ hasn't revealed if this WWF Online title would be strictly for online purposes or not. Brian Farrell said that he hopes to evolve THQ's Summoner and Red-Faction into a franchise, so that means a sequel is almost certain for both titles. On a final note, Farrell concluded by saying that THQ's next-gen Motocross title will be available next year in 2001 during the first half and will also have online features.