PUBG maker Krafton has acquired fellow South Korean mobile games studio Dreamotion.
Established in July 2016, Dreamotion has developed and published three games to date, including Samurai, Road to Valor: World War II and Gun Strider: Tap Strike. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Going forward, Dreamotion will continue to work as an independent studio alongside Krafton's other studios: Blue Hole Studio, Rising Wings and Strike Distance Studio.
"I think the passion of Dreamotion, which has demonstrated creativity and production capabilities by presenting a variety of games with a sense of speed, is in line with Krafton's vision," said Krafton CEO Kim Chang-Han.
Dreamotion CEO Lee Jun-young added: "We are very happy and proud to be able to be with Krafton as an independent studio."
This acquisition will add value to Krafton's strategies as it attempts o strengthen its mobile games business and penetrate an even larger user base.
Krafton recently added four new members to its board of directors.