Sony has acquired Haven Studios, Jade Raymond's new development studio.

Last year, the new developer already received an investment from Sony and now the company has decided to take over the studio completely. In an interview with, PlayStation Studios boss Hermen Hulst says that Sony is very impressed with Haven’s work.

In February, it was revealed that Haven is working on a “constantly evolving online game” for PlayStation 5 and PC. It is unknown whether the acquisition will mean anything for the PC version of the yet-to-be-shown game. Sony previously announced that it has ten live service games in development for PlayStation consoles, of which Haven’s game appears to be one.

Raymond previously worked at Ubisoft on the Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs and Splinter Cell franchises, before running EA Motive for three years before joining Google Stadia.