Deep Rock Galactic developer Ghost Ship Video games has bought a minority stake in Copenhagen-based VR studio Bolverk Video games.
Bolverk has labored on VR titles similar to Glyph (pictured above) and Dick Wilde, and is at the moment growing an escape-the-dungeon journey known as Genotype.
Ghost Ship CEO Søren Lundgaard mentioned the studio will help Bolverk’s work within the VR house, and believes the deal opens up “thrilling new alternatives” for each firms.
“The deal marks a big alternative for each firms. Ghost Ship positive aspects entry to specialised information within the VR house, whereas Bolverk Video games will profit from the inventive help of a fellow sport studio,” reads a press release. “The collaboration is anticipated to drive inventive progress and propel each studios to new heights.”
The deal was accomplished on the final banking day of 2022 and noticed Ghost Ship buy the Bolverk shares beforehand owned by funding fund Capnova, which is at the moment promoting off its belongings in a bid to dissolve.
The information was introduced on the identical day that Ghost Ship revealed Deep Rock Galactic bought over 2.3 million copies in 2022 to surpass 5.5 million lifetime gross sales.