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nDreams To Co-Fund and Publish Paw Print Games’ First VR Title

The new partnership will enable Paw Print Games to bring its VR project to life.

UK-based virtual reality (VR) studio nDreams has announced today that it’s signed a new deal with Paw Print Games to help co-fund and publish the indie developers first VR videogame.

Located in Chester, UK, Paw Print Games is known for its gesture-driven titles on Android and iOS. This new VR project will be the first externally developed experience that nDreams will be publishing. No details have yet been released on the type of videogame that’s being created, only that its due for release in 2017.

The Assembly screenshot

Patrick O’Luanaigh, nDreams, CEO and Founder said in a statement: “I’m delighted to be working with Paw Print Games, a supremely gifted British team with a truly stellar track record in the industry. Our ambition at nDreams is not just to develop and publish our own high quality VR games and experiences, but to work with the best thrid-party developers to help them bring their VR project to market. nDreams is already a 40-strong development and publishing team, and we’re growing quickly. We can’t wait to tell you more about Paw Print Games’ upcoming title, so look out for future announcements.”

As the publishing partner nDreams will provide Paw Print Games with marketing, PR and sales support, alongside sharing its own VR expertise.

nDreams is already well versed in the VR industry having released Gunner and Perfect Beach on the Samsung Gear VR head-mounted display (HMD). Perfect Beach is also available for Google Cardboard through Android. The studios next big title is The Assembly, due for launch this summer for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. The videogame will also support the PlayStation VR when it becomes available.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of nDreams and Paw Print Games, reporting back any further announcements.

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