Despite the recent disputes with its account sharing limitations (which scared away many of its subscribers), Netflix has a wide open front that started timidly but is growing bigger and bigger: the video game.
Netflix currently has 55 video games for iOS and Android that are available for no additional cost and free with any subscription, even basic ones.
As confirmed today, the company intends to expand its catalog in 2023 with 40 new releases.
Netflix wants to expand its offerings through partnerships with large publishers, according to Axios. Loombe, Netflix's vice president of external games, spoke out.
Netflix will release Mighty Quest: Rogue Palace on April 18th.
The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, a new installment in the RPG saga created by Ubisoft Montreal, will serve as an excellent example. The original free-to-play RPG was discontinued with the mobile version.
A new installment of Mighty Quest: Rogue Palace, which will be released in April on mobile phones and exclusively through Netflix.
Ubisoft is undoubtedly Netflix's largest video game partner, with several games in the works, including an Assassin's Creed for mobile or a sequel to Valiant Hearts, all through Netflix Games, who, according to the contract, can pay for all game development expenses.
Monument Valley and Netflix and 2024 will be renewed by ustwo games, which also played a key role in the first Netflix original series, House of Cards.
Other games are from their own studios: Netflix has purchased six video game studios, while others are adaptations of their own series and TV shows. When will they meet with Jenna Ortega, who is currently working on a project?