CCP Games, makers of Eve, just announced a $30 million financing round to boost its Virtual Reality development efforts. The round was led by NEA Ventures, and private equity firm Novator Partners LLP participated in the round as well.

Harry Weller, partner at NEA, has joined CCP’s board of directors, and his colleague, Andrew Schoen will join CCP as Deputy Director.

The company has already announced two VR titles – EVE: Valkyrie, which will launch with the Oculus Rift in 2016, and Gunjack, made for the Samsung Gear VR platform.

Read more on Bloomberg.

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