Netflix confirmed this morning that it will continue to bet big on video games and detailed its plans for the coming months. During 2022, the service received outstanding titles and this trend will continue in 2023 with 40 launches already scheduled.
Leanne Loombe, Netflix’s vice president of external games, assured that they will take a more strategic approach for their next releases and collaborations. Likewise, she detailed part of the company’s plans to implement the game in the cloud. Finally, the next releases for the service were confirmed.
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Netflix will strengthen its gaming strategy this year
According to the details, Netflix plans to add at least 40 games to its catalog throughout this year. With this, subscribers will have access to a total of 86 titles by the end of 2023. The company clarified that 70 of the titles are the responsibility of external partners, while the remaining 16 are in the hands of their studies, so they are internal developments. .
Loombe noted that his strategy is to improve the strategic approach to boost the game portfolio. With this they hope that more users are interested in their gaming proposal. One of the goals is to further promote this initiative and make it both more accessible and visible to its subscribers.
In this sense, the use of cloud gaming will be important, as Loombe wants Netflix games to be able to be enjoyed on a wide variety of devices and everything to be an easily accessible experience for users.
“We want Netflix games to be playable on every Netflix device they have (…) Now we can be more strategic in creating a portfolio of games that appeals to our millions of members. We believe that cloud gaming will allow us to offer easy access to games on any screen, without complications and with accessibility to gaming experiences, “said the directive.
What games are coming soon to Netflix?
During a press conference, Netflix revealed the games that will be coming to its catalog very soon. Ubisoft will continue to support this initiative with Mighty Quest: Rogue Palace, a title that will be available exclusively from April 18.
It was also confirmed that acclaimed indie titles Monument Valley and Monument Valley 2 will be coming to the service as part of a collection. On the other hand, the Nanobit studio is developing the sequel to Too Hot To Handle, a title based on a dating program.
Finally, a project based on a Netflix original IP that has not yet been revealed has been confirmed. The game is in the hands of Super Evil Megacorp, the studio in charge of Vainglory, a popular MOBA for mobile phones.
BIG NEWS: The next iteration of the action RPG from Ubisoft, MIGHTY QUEST: ROGUE PALACE is coming exclusively to Netflix on April 18th! pic.twitter.com/LYGWW1NXoD
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