VR-games industry is at the stage of intensive development. The interest of gamers in such projects is growing rapidly, but, unfortunately, their choice is somewhat limited, both in quality and quantity.
Perhaps the leader among VR-game producers is the British company nDreams. It is known for such projects as Phantom: Covert Ops, Fracked, Little Cities and Synapse, as well as VR versions of Far Cry and Powerwash Simulator.
nDreams has remained an independent company since 2006, but it will now move to Swedish holding company Aonic.
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Aonic has announced a merger with nDreams. The value of the deal was $110 million, which is a record amount for the VR gaming industry.
Previously, Aonic has already invested $35 million in the development of nDreams games and both parties were satisfied with the cooperation, as evidenced by the new deal.
nDreams will continue to produce innovative games for VR and MR headsets.