The Redmond firm officially deployed its “Netflix Games” service on Android on Tuesday, to begin with. Five games are available, including two dedicated to its flagship series “Stranger Things”.
Launched in a strategy of diversifying its content with the arrival of a service dedicated to video games on demand, and the recent acquisition of Night School video game development studio, Netflix is rolling out its service today Netflix Games on Android, to begin with. The Redmond firm also confirms that it will soon be available on IOS.
All users with a Netflix subscription will have access to Netflix Games, no additional cost. The games will be accessible through the streaming service app. On mobile, a tab dedicated to games will appear in the application, which will lead to a section where it will be possible to select any title to download.
The launch line-up isn’t exactly what you might call a shootout; let’s say it’s more of an appetizer.
Five games are available, including Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game. The first being a smartphone game released in 2017 and taking place before the second season of the platform’s flagship series; while the second was more of a beat’em up kind of thing.
Below, the small trailer of Stranger Things: 1984: