Intel reaps Havok for $110 million

Financial terms of the deal were not initially disclosed. However, Reuters reported that Irish venture capital firm TVC Holdings estimated the deal's value at about $110 million.

The company's technology can be found in dozens of video games including BioShock, Stranglehold, Half Life 2, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Crackdown, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, MotorStorm and the forthcoming Halo 3. Films such as The Matrix, Troy and Poseidon have also used Havok technology.

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Dark_Overlord3839d ago

I was wondering what the hell the title was on about, but then I realised I read it wrong. It was funny though

Anyway I hope Intel doesn't start restricting which companies can use the technology that would be sh1t for gaming, movies etc