Even if we especially know Netflix for its super productions or the diversity of its documentaries, we do not imagine all the new surprises that the leader of SVOD in USA has in store for us! It is still difficult to imagine the scene but soon European subscribers will be able to experiment with video games in bonus from their favorite series, and all without additional costs! This is the big change that the world press announces to sometimes see an admission of weakness on the part of a giant assaulted by competition, which would try to propose Online gaming, and other times to detect a certain progress.
Netflix puts double bites on gaming?
From now on, the SVOD giant goes further with games “like Stranger Things: 1984” directly incorporated on its platform. For the moment, only Polish subscribers can indulge in it and discover the similarities with the old games of the NES console. This attaches the useful to the pleasant by allowing them to wait in good conditions until the release in 2022 of season 4 of the cult series "Stranger Things" between RPG and SF.
On the "Netflix Geeked" Twitter account, we could read that there was "still a lot of work in the coming months" but that Netflix was preparing the launch of the gaming offer around the world. More than competition games worthy of esports, it would already seem that the games that will be offered will mainly revolve around the series. With Netflix, it will undoubtedly be “choose your game as a good movie”!
For the moment, it's experimental but Wilmot Reed Hastings behind Netflix does everything to make And gameing Grows with this new branch! Netflix's survival depends on the success of this transplant in a now saturated market, Amazon, Facebook or Google, cutting large parts of the lion also, as well as the promising Skyshowtime of Bloomberg. This promises change!
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Cloud gaming or free download?
History does not say it yet, probably because you still have to surround yourself with advisers and games up to par. With the recruitment of an Electronic Arts framework (EA for friends), this will now be possible to put a great accelerator on the video game aspect. This company founded by Trip Hawkins in 1982, surely has a head of advance on the evolution of mentalities and industrial driving of games, and Netflix will be able to be inspired by it. There is no doubt that gaming will therefore have its place in Netflix in a constant world search for strong visual sensations!
Since 1997, Netflix has favored accessibility and cloud gaming would be a good road option, but for the moment, it remains in expectation because the steps should not be burned. Anyway, the streaming platform is available on Android, PC and Mobile, enough to make you forget its delay with gamers in all generations!
Bets therefore remain open to the practitionability of the future game offer. Besides, at the dawn of 2022, Netflix still hesitates between developing his own film productions more or leaving the whole field for gaming through the "Play Mobile Games" option. It is clear that between films ("Flix" in familiar language) and games, his heart also balances, and ours too!
The game seen by Netflix
This is not new, but game fans can already rinse their eye on the famous video platform. We no longer count the adapted films of essential video games like Final Fantasy, Assassin’s Creed, or The Witcher. And the Japanese anime which give pride of place to playful evocations such as the cruel "Gambling School" which shows prompt students to dominate the world thanks to their victory at the Argents Games.
But at the moment, the number 1 Any category in the universes linked to the games is the Korean series "Squid Game" which through scathing and no less bloody games explores the human compulsion to play at all costs. Neflix already offers a wide range of documents on casino games including the history of game consoles with "High score" for all retrogaming fans.
Likewise, the games of chance and money that can be joyful on online casinos like the bingo or the lottery are often scattered in cult series such as "Better Call Saul" by Vince Gilligan for example. Unrealrable actor Bob Odenkirk leads bingo games in retirement homes in a very comical way. Let's not forget the release on November 6 of the series "League of Legends" which is already a lot talking about it!
Thus, through its wide range of available programs, Netflix offers winks while paying tribute to the fun universe. So, to your remote controls ... and your controllers!