Netflix has already stated that it intends to enter the video gaming industry. Now, the streaming service has revealed that it will add game content to its platform, in addition to movies and television shows.
Accorduing to media reports, Netflix has experimented with interactive tales on its platform with shows like “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: The Movie” and “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” in which viewers may determine how the plot unfolds.
However, the corporation has yet to produce full video game content, and it is unclear what function Verdu will play because his actual job has yet to be revealed.
With the debut of “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” on Netflix and the renewal of shows like “The Witcher,” which is a “Assassin’s Creed” adaption, and “Sonic Prime,” the streaming service may release more video game content in the near future.
The actual launch date for Netflix Gaming is unknown, but according to media reports, it might be as early 2021