Microsoft has purchased Havok, a company that makes middleware physics software. Havok's technology is used in various video games including Dark Souls II and Mortal Kombat X. And now Microsoft owns it!
Microsoft Has Purchased Havok, A Company That Makes Middleware Physics Software
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