Netflix Officially launches i Games Its list is officially available in Italy today, Tuesday 28 September: 5 video games in use Android. This is an important step for the California company, which aims to further integrate gaming into its offerings. But let’s take a closer look at what it is and what the first areas of renewal will be. These include Italy.
Starting today, Netflix subscribers will be able to access the first video games on Android mobile devices. These are the five titles published by the streaming company, namely Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: Game, Card Explosion; Dieter up and shooting rings.
In the Netflix application, we will see one within our profile New line dedicated to games A dedicated tab where you can select the game you want to download. When done, it will appear at home and in use.
There is no talk of streaming, but games downloaded directly to mobile devices, at least for a moment, but Netflix has confirmed that there will be games included in the subscription Free And there will be no form of extra monetization.
“We are only in the beginning, we still have a lot of work to do – a company spokesman said – but we’re very happy to offer these games as part of a Netflix subscription, without advertising or in-app purchases.”
A The path of evolution, Which will now become an extension of the basic entertainment offer made up of the movies and TV series we are accustomed to. On the other hand, Netflix has already tested interactive programs like Pantherschnot or games based on its most popular IPs, so it’s no surprise that this is the path taken.
Update release started Today at 5pm, Tuesday 28 September 2021, And includes three countries: Poland, Spain and Italy.
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