Digital Bros, the parent company of Control and Ghostrunner publisher 505 Games, has become the co-owner of Canadian studio Nesting Games.
Nesting officially opened its doors back in August, and is working to create AAA quality single-player RPGs based on its own original properties.
"Our games focus on immersion, world reactivity and satisfying gameplay to deliver high quality and engaging content," reads the studio's website. "We believe in delivering a great environment for diversity in our studio and our teams, but also in our games, which include creating games that are not only diverse but also conceptualized with accessibility options from the initial design process."
In a new post on its website, Nesting described itself as a "new Digital Bros studio," and indicated it will be working with the company to develop projects that combine "artistic creativity with technical innovation."
The news comes around nine months after Digital Bros acquired Australian free-to-play studio Infinity Plus Two for an undisclosed fee to expand into the freemium sector.