Meta has slowly gained momentum in everything VR with their Quest headsets. Exclusive titles like Resident Evil 4 VR headset and the affordable pricing prompted people to purchase and use the headset proactively. While VR games have slowed down a bit, it seems the company wants to make sure their headset users get a brilliant gaming experience on the platform.
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During the Meta Connect 2022 Livestream on Monday, the company announced their purchase of Camoflaj, Armature Studios and Twisted Pixel. Camoflaj is a Seattle-based studio Halo creative director Ryan Payton. The developers from the company previously created Iron Man VR and Republique. Iron Man VR will launch on Meta Quest 2 on November 3, 2022.
Armature Studios is a Texas-based game development studio founded by key members of the Metroid Prime series. The developers from the company recently created the widely loved Resident Evil 4 VR. Additionally, they developed Where the Heart Leads and Ark: Genesis Part 1.
Finally, Twisted Metal is a Texas-based studio that created games such as The Maw, ‘Splosion Man and Path of the Warrior. In an accompanying blog post, Meta talked a bit about these acquisitions.
“It’ll be a while before we can reveal what they’re working on, but we’re excited to continue working with and supporting these developers as they bring ambitious and forward-thinking games to VR,” Meta said.
Hopefully, all three studios create great VR experiences for the headset in the upcoming years. In other Meta-related news, Xbox Cloud Gaming is heading to the platform.