The acquisition aims to give developers "needed to unleash their creativity tools."
Havok is one of the most known physical engine game industry, and is now also part of Microsoft after your purchase by Intel. At the moment were not disclosed financial details of the agreement.
"The acquisition of Havok keeps our traditional idea of providing developers needed to unleash their creativity tools," say the Redmond in a statement. "We believe that Havok is a fantastic addition to the existing development tools in Microsoft, among which include DirectX 12 Visual Studio and Microsoft Azure."
This technology is commonly used by major companies in the sector such as Ubisoft, Nintendo, EA and Sony among many, having on the market over 600 games compatible with Havok, with exponents as prominent as Halo, Call of Duty, Dark Souls, Assassin's Creed, Destiny or The Elder Scrolls.a