The company does not confirm the information, but admits it is interested in offering more interactive experiences.
Netflix would be interested in entering the world of the videogames, with a subscription model similar to Apple Arcade on iOS and MacOs. This is stated by a new item from The Information, which has been echoed Reuters, where they ensure that the streaming platform seeks to hire an executive to “direct its expansion towards videogames”, in order to expand its market beyond traditional entertainment.
The Information also states that the Big N of streaming would have already contacted “veteran industry executives” to lead this expansion, which would go through offering a catalog of exclusive games as Apple does in its service. The film and television platform has flirted with the world of video games in the past, either by offering its own licenses such as Stranger Things for the creation of games, or through interactive experiences through its own platform, as was the case with Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
The North American company has neither confirmed nor denied the information, but yes he has acknowledged that he is interested in expanding your interactive experiences. This is stated by a representative of Netflix, in a statement offered to Polygon: “Our users value variety and the quality of our content. That is why we have continued to expand our offer, from series to documentaries, cinema, original content in local languages and reality shows. “
We are excited to do more with interactive entertainmentNetflix“The members also enjoy interacting more directly with the stories they love, “continues this representative,” through interactive shows like Bandersnatch or You v. Wild, or games based on Stranger Things, La Casa de Papel and To All the Boys. So we are excited to do more with interactive entertainmentDetails on this possible Netflix expansion into video games remain scant, but given its moves in recent years, it seems the natural step for this streaming giant.
We will be aware of new information that may arise around Netflix and its supposed foray into video games. From games to series, but without leaving this platform, we remind you that the Resident Evil series already has a premiere date on Netflix, a service that will also receive a new Tomb Raider series this year, among many other similar productions planned for your catalog.
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