Video game products maker Razer, which counts dual headquarters in Irvine and Singapore, said it has acquired Go Touch VR SAS, also known as Interhaptics, which specializes in touch-related technologies for PC, console, mobile and extended reality developers. Financial details were not released.
With the acquisition of Lille, France-based Interhaptics, Razer said it is now geared to build the haptics ecosystem together with game studios across multiple platforms.
“Haptics has tremendous value for gamers,” Eric Vezzoli, CEO of Interhaptics said in a statement. “The opportunity to join Razer was a no brainer for us, as they are committed to delivering the most engaging gaming experience, and we are looking forward to doing it together as part of the Razer family.”