Netflix will add 50 new games by the end of the year

Netflix is going to add 50 new games to its platform by the end of the year. Netflix launched its game platform last year. Read along to know more about it.
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Netflix debuted the Games service last year, allowing customers to download and play certain Android and iOS games for free. Despite the fact that Netflix games are still finding their way in the market, the company has big ambitions for this category. Currently, 17 games are accessible, on Netflix but according to The Washington Post, the company is planning to expand that selection to roughly 50 games by the end of the year.

Users should keep in mind that this is not a game streaming service, such as GeForce Now or Google Stadia. It’s a platform similar to Apple Arcade in that you don’t have to buy the game and there are no advertisements or in-app purchases as well. The company appears to be leveraging vertical integration, as it is producing both a mobile game and a TV show based on the board game Exploding Kittens. This mobile game will be available on the platform next month, while the show will be available on Netflix in 2023.

The Witcher, Arcane (based on League of Legends), The Cuphead Show, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood, and Castlevania are just a few of the shows on Netflix that are based on video games. Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game, based on the hit series, is already available on Netflix Games. Apart from that Netflix has already bought three gaming studios, including Next Games, which recently launched Stranger Things: Puzzle Tales, and so has the ability to make games in-house.

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List of Netflix shows based on Video games

  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Sonic X
  • Pokémon Journeys: The Series
  • Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series
  • PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures
  • Skylanders Academy
  • Rabbids Invasion
  • Arcane

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Netflix’s TV show-based games include some of the most popular titles like Pokemon, Minecraft, Pac-Man, etc. Along with that Trivia Quest, a daily trivia show on Netflix has also debuted. This interactive performance, based on the internet game Trivia Crack, muddles the limits between games and shows. The new daily quiz intends to put viewers’ knowledge to the test. In this test users have to go through 24 questions every day. These questions are presented in multiple-choice format and cover a wide range of themes, including pop culture, science, history, and others.

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