The two Polish-based games – Unknown Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3 – have been available for years on the Netflix app, as they were released in 2017 and 2019 to coincide with the second and third year of the hit retro Extra Show.
Last month, Netflix confirmed plans to expand on video games, starting with non-commercial games for mobile devices such as phones and tablets available on its existing service at no additional cost to subscribers. With various goals to expand the comfort and convenience of the Xbox and PlayStation games, it has represented its major expansion into a new form of entertainment since Netflix began broadcasting in 2007 and released its first major show in 2012.
Game streaming enhances Netflix from its significant TV and movie business as the largest video recording service in the world. As Netflix has grown, it unveiled its competition, which extends beyond traditional TV and movie companies. The company has repeatedly announced toys like Fortnite, man-made YouTube, as one of the toughest competitions due to the numerous hours of entertainment they order worldwide.
Netflix Games will not include in-game ads or in-game purchases and, you won’t need to purchase individual titles. Netflix Games will be part of all your subscriptions, the same way the company started and distributed horror movies and real TV programs alongside a high-quality game series as part of the same Netflix membership.
Written by: Anabat
Reported by: Imaaz Nadeem