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As for what this means for the future of Onward, the two said they’ll continue to support the game on all the platforms where it’s currently available. That includes Steam, where Onward came out in early access back in 2016. With Facebook’s financial backing, Downpour plans to start work on new projects. And while it didn’t share any details on what those might be, it did say it hopes to “bring those experiences to as many people as possible.”
When it comes to VR studios, Facebook has been on something of a shopping spree lately. Since late 2019, the company has acquired Beat Saber creator Beat Games, Sanzaru Games and, most notably, Ready at Dawn. The latter will release its latest game, Lone Echo II, this summer.
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