Netflix Plunges into the World of Video Games

Netflix Plunges into the World of Video Games

"We will continue working with developers from around the world and hiring the best talent in the industry," the platform said in a statement. Read on for more details!

"We will continue working with developers from around the world and hiring the best talent in the industry," the platform said in a statement. Read on for more details!

Night School Studio, a video game studio known for its successful Oxenfree, became Netflix's first acquisition in that field, according to the US streaming entertainment platform itself.

"We will continue working with developers from around the world and hiring the best talent in the industry, to offer a wonderful collection of exclusive games designed for each type of player and any level of play," says the company's statement, which has already At the beginning of this year, it seeks to enter the video game market, amid the growing demand caused by the covid-19 pandemic.

Night School Studio, a video game studio known for its successful Oxenfree, became Netflix's first acquisition in that field, according to the US streaming entertainment platform itself.

At the same time, Netflix launched five video games for Android, available for now in Poland, Spain and Italy. Netflix users will have free access to 'Stranger Things: 1984', 'Stranger Things 3: The Game', 'Card Blast', 'Teeter Up' and 'Shooting Hoops'.

The streaming service for series, documentaries and movies Netflix began to test a new form of subscription. It is a completely different modality from the business model that the company has so far. While the platform already had its experiences with low-cost memberships, it has now launched a completely free subscription.

At the same time, Netflix launched five video games for Android, available for now in Poland, Spain and Italy.

According to the Variety site, this new way of accessing the popular service is only available in Kenya and, for now, there is no information about its possible availability in other regions of the world.

Since this is a completely free option, it comes with some obvious limitations. In the first place, it only offers 25% of the total catalog, so in terms of content the option is notably limited.

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