Among paperwork launched by the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) earlier this week is a declare that Meta’s VR studio Camouflaj, the builders behind Marvel’s Ironman VR, have additionally deliberate a Batman VR app for launch on Quest.
“In September 2022, Meta acquired Camouflaj, which currently developing Ironman and Batman VR apps for Quest.”
The data comes as part of wider antitrust investigation into Meta’s acquisition of Within, the studio behind the VR health app. You can learn extra about that here.
Last we heard from Camouflaj earlier than the acquisition by Meta, the studio mentioned it had “exciting things on the horizon,” sustaining it was nonetheless “all-in on VR.”
As early as May 2022, the studio was hiring for a host of positions to work on its “next exciting AAA project.”
A couple of months later the studio then launched Iron Man VR on Quest 2, releasing it from its two-year exclusivity on PSVR.
Camouflaj hasn’t introduced any new initiatives at this level both. We’ve reached out to Meta for remark and can replace when/if we hear again.