Resolution Games, a leading developer of XR content, has acquired Zero Index, the studio that helped bring Odd Raven Studios’ VR cooperative game Carly and the Reaper (2018) to the Quest platform earlier this year.
Zero Index is a game studio and consulting company focused on B2B services within the gaming and IT industry. Founded by Tomas Ahlström and Alexander Milton in 2020, the team has worked to develop the gaming industry in the Östergötland region in eastern Sweden.
As part of the acquisition, the four-person team, based in Linköping, will be renamed Resolution Tech. Ahlström has been selected to serve as Studio Director at Resolution Games.
“The Zero Index team has a number of impressive accomplishments to their credit, including their exemplary work which has helped us bring Carly and the Reaper at Oculus Quest earlier this year, ”said Tommy Palm, CEO and Founder of Resolution Games. “The demand for exceptional VR and AR experiences is growing at an exponential rate. With more hardware choices than ever in the pipeline of the biggest tech players, having a team experienced in bringing games to different markets and platforms will help us continue to reach new players everywhere. where they choose to play.
In addition, the studio today announced four new hires, including Natalie Mellin, Head of Human Resources and Culture, General Counsel Ebba Waltré, Product Manager Johan Gästrin and CFO Rickard Åstrand.
This is undoubtedly a direct result of its Series C funding that closed earlier this year, which brought in $ 25 million for the company to help the Stockholm-based studio grow. The studio has also created several successful VR titles such as Demeo (2021), Blaston (2020), Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale (2020), and Angry Birds: Isle of Pigs (2019).
Most recently announced studio Ultimechs, a futuristic multiplayer VR sport that will hit helmets in 2022.