Sony told CNN Business Thursday that it will now have a 1.4% stake in Epic.
“Epic’s effective engineering in spots such as graphics destinations them at the forefront of activity engine development with Unreal Motor and other innovations,” said Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida in a assertion. “You can find no far better illustration of this than the innovative entertainment experience, ‘Fortnite.'”
Yoshida said the collaboration would span past video games and contain “the swiftly evolving digital amusement landscape.”
Tim Sweeney, founder and CEO of Epic Online games, claimed in a statement that the two firms share a vision of viewing 3D social experiences across gaming, movie and tunes.
Epic Video games declined to comment on its valuation.