Google has acquired Owlchemy Labs, the VR game studio that created such game titles as Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality.
The Austin, Texas-based game studio revealed the acquisition in a blog post Wednesday, saying it will continue to build content for the HTC Vive, Oculus Touch, and PlayStation VR after joining Google.
"We are continuing to do all of this with even more support and focus on building awesome stuff," Owlechemy wrote. "It's incredibly exciting that Google and Owlchemy are so well aligned on our goals and vision for the future of VR."
Google confirmed the acquisition in a blog post that praised the company for producing "really thoughtful interactive experiences that are responsive, intuitive, and feel natural."
The acquisition underscores the tech community's commitment to virtual reality, which promises to transport goggle-wearing users to a computer-generated 3D environment. Alphabet, Google's parent company, is said to be investing big money on content for the platform, much of it going toward development of video games and apps, licensing sports leagues and shooting 360-degree videos.
Google's latest entry in the market is Daydream, a hardware and software platform unveiled late last year that runs off Google's Android mobile operating system and helps any Android phone manufacturer create a VR headset themselves.
Terms of the acquisition of Owlchemy Labs weren't revealed.
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