The Netflix and video game thing continues. The streaming platform plans to expand its tentacles into new unexplored terrain, and some customers may already test out early versions. The company has announced that has chosen Poland as the territory where members can start testing two mobile video games within Netflix.
“Let’s talk about Netflix and video games. Today members in Poland can test mobile video games on Netflix on Android with two games, ‘Stranger Things: 1984’ and ‘Stranger Things 3’. It’s very, very soon and we have a lot of work to do in the next few months, but this is the first step. Here’s what you can expect: no ads, no in-app payments, the games will be included in your Netflix subscription. We will continue to inform you as we explore what video games are like within Netflix. Stay tuned”.
After a time of rumors, we learned early in the summer that Netflix was getting serious: According to Bloomberg, The company hired an executive who came from Electronic Arts Inc. and Facebook Inc., Mike Verdu, who is now the vice president of video game development.. He has experience with titles such as’ The Sims’, ‘Plants vs. Zombies’ or ‘Star Wars’ games.