Things continue to move in the right direction on the side of Netflix’s video game experiments. At the very end of last August, the American giant offered its Polish subscribers the very first video games available at no additional cost. This first test was obviously conclusive since Netflix has just extended this offer to other territories.
Netflix has just formalized the arrival of video games in its offer in France. And this arrival will clearly not be long since the first games are available from today. Like what has already been done in Poland, these titles can be used at no additional cost.
At present, the first video games of the Netflix subscription are only available on mobiles and tablets. Another limitation, only Android devices are affected for the moment. The video-on-demand service, however, promises that video games “arrive“Also on iOS. That being said, it doesn’t give any indication as to when these games will arrive on Apple devices.
For starters, five games are offered on Netflix. Two of them are also inspired by one of his series. FYI, here are these first five titles:
Video games, additional content for Netflix subscribers
Netflix specifies that these games are offered without advertising and, as indicated above, at no additional cost. They are also available with unlimited access and without in-app purchases. The American group claims that “this is the very beginning of the adventure” and “many additions and optimizations are coming.“
Netflix’s interest in video games therefore continues to assert itself. Its ambitions are clearly not limited to a small handful of games offered on Android devices. But it’s interesting that a group of this caliber would rather try cautiously than jump into the deep end. It will be interesting to see, when these titles arrive on iOS, what will be the next steps in the arrival of Netflix in video games.
What does the arrival of video games in the Netflix subscription in France inspire you? Are you going to try them? Could a serious video game offer make you want to subscribe to Netflix? Give us your opinion in the comments below.