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Chris Hu said:
Replicant said:

Owlchemy Labs (Job Simulator)
Slide (SuperPoke)
Niantic (Pokémon Go) – Spun off in 2015
In talks to acquire more game studios (link)

Double Helix Games (Killer Instinct)
Reflexive Entertainment (Lucky's Escape)

Psyonix (Rocket League)
Cloudgine (Crackdown 3)
Chair Entertainment (Shadow Complex)
People Can Fly (Gears of War: Judgment, Bulletstorm) – Sold in 2015

However besides Microsoft, THQ Nordic (and to a lesser degree Bigben) has been the one on a crazy buying spree these past few years.

THQ Nordic
Black Forest Games (Destroy All Humans!)
Bugbear Entertainment (FlatOut)
Dambuster Studios (Dead Island 2)
Deep Silver (publisher of Saints Row, Dead Island, etc.)
Experiment 101 (Biomutant)
Grimlore Games (SpellForce 3)
Gunfire Games (Darksiders 3)
Pieces Interactive (Magicka 2)
Piranha Bytes (Gothic, Risen, ELEX)
Rainbow Studios (MX vs. ATV)
Volition (Saints Row)
Warhorse Studios (Kingdom Come: Deliverance)
Together with a huge bunch of IP (link)

Bigben Interactive
Cyanide (Styx, Call of Cthulhu, Werewolf)
Kylotonn (WRC 8, V-Rally 4)
Spiders (The Technomancer, Greedfall)

Crackdown 3 was developed by Sumo Digital.  Cloudgine only had a minor role in its development.

Yup, I know.

It's just to show what they're known for. Not saying that they were the sole developer.