We witnessed news earlier last week that the famous streaming behemoth Netflix wants to go into the game segment. Former EA & Oculus manager Mike Verdu has allegedly been employed by the firm to oversee its games section. Netflix has now acknowledged, in a recent letter to investors, that the focus is first on mobile games that are included in the membership of Netflix without any further expense.
Mobile Gaming Support On Netflix App
The streaming giant has recently given its investors an official letter explaining ambitions to introduce games. In the letter, Netflix writes that gaming will be “another new content category for us, similar to our expansion into original films, animation, and unscripted TV.”
In addition, the company stated that games “with no additional expense” are included in the existing subscriptions of customers. In addition, Netflix said that it “would initially concentrate mostly on mobile device gaming.” The firm mentioned prior interactive entertainment including “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” the game-like decision-making movie, and the 2019 Stranger Things game. But the expansion into PC-level games is not mentioned in the letter.
Initially, Netflix games may be less than the titles on other platforms, like Apple Arcade, Amazon Luna, and Google Stadia. As you can guess. If this idea seems good after the launch, though, the business might build more advanced games to match the competition.
The Netflix way of delivering games to its members is not detailed. We may nevertheless anticipate the firm to disclose additional details as we approach the debut of its gaming service. Want to come to the Netflix app for mobile games?