In another sign of how Disney has found success with its new Star Wars films, the company has struck a deal to acquire the rights to a virtual game on the PlayStation Network.
According to a new report from Forbes, Disney bought the rights for $500k to $400k for digital rights.
The game is currently available for purchase on the Steam store for $25, and is said to be “in the early stages of development” and “currently in closed beta.”
Disney also owns the rights and license to the first Star Wars game for PC, according to Forbes.
In addition to acquiring the rights, Disney also purchased digital rights to the Battlefront franchise for $3.6 million, with the rest of the rights coming from Lucasfilm.
The deal was announced earlier this month.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 was released on November 15, 2017, and it features a single-player campaign, multiplayer and a single campaign mode.