Netflix Confirms It Will Start Offering Games At No Cost With A Focus On Mobile Experiences
Good news for the gamers among us: you will soon be able to go to Netflix not only for films and series but also for games. This news has been announced by Bloomberg news agency. None other than video game designer Mike Verdu will take charge of this project.
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Verdu previously worked for game publisher Electronic Arts and Facebook’s Oculus VR team. He worked on popular games such as The Sims and Plants vs. zombies. According to a Bloomberg source, Netflix is already planning to add games next year, but the streaming service itself has not yet made any statements about this.
It is not yet known what kind of games Netflix will offer. Currently, the platform is busy expanding the gaming team. Netflix has been interested in games for a long time. Several series are based on popular games, such as Castlevania and High Score. Netflix has also experimented with interactive films. So viewers can at the Black Mirror -special Bandersnatch make choices to influence the story.
The big question is, of course, whether a subscription will now cost more money, but there are currently no plans to increase the subscription fee.
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