The Marvel Strike Force developer has done well, but Disney CEO Bob Iger doesn't want to be in the games making business, according to Bloomberg.
The partnership will yield 'joint products' like video games, TV series, and comic books in 'China and beyond.'
Even though Disney's CEO has said that the corporation's interests are in licensing, the House of Mouse may be angling for a majority share of Nexon and its IP.
CEO Bob Iger admitted on a recent call with investors that Disney has opened and closed game studios, but never was all that good at making games.
The mobile successor lasted not too much longer than the original Club Penguin, as another unfortunate round of layoffs in the game industry occurs.