Facebook acquires Sanzaru Games for original VR game content #31579

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Trying to enhance its VR business, Facebook just bought Sanzaru Games - maker of the role-playing epic "Asgard's Wrath". The new acquisition underpins Facebook's intention to invest in its own virtual reality ecosystem over the long term.

Facebook is aiming to construct its VR hardware launches of 2019 with funding in the digital actuality software program. Now, Facebook has to correct its shortcomings in its new projects and win the next round to be among these companies. Together, we will continue to pursue a future of rich, immersive and original VR game content. But now Sanzaru is about to be tied up with another big name, Facebook. These; Ripcoil was VR Sports Challenge, Marvel Powers United VR and Asgard's Wrath. The developer was acquired by Facebook. Sanzaru will still continue to operate independently, bringing over a "vast majority" of the current employees in the acquisition. On Tuesday, the team at Oculus welcomed Sanzaru Games to the Facebook family, announcing that the social media giant had acquired the developer.

A studio's culture is a crucial part of its success, and that's clearly been true for Sanzaru. Verdu also said that the studio isn't ready to talk about future projects yet.

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Will they be developing for Quest or the Rift Platform? "We're exploring many ways to accelerate VR, and 2020 is going to be an incredible year for VR game launches and announcements..." "As part of Oculus Studios and supported by our latest advancements in VR technology, Sanzaru will continue to make wonderful VR game experiences for gamers around the world as an independently-operated studio", Verdu added.

Late past year, the tech titan reportedly dropped somewhere between $500 million and $1 billion on Beat Games - the studio behind the VR hit "Beat Saber".

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