Netflix threw its hat into the gaming ring back in November 2021 when it introduced 5 gaming titles including Stranger Things. Although Netflix games are still finding their footing in the market, the company has high hopes for this segment. By the end of this year, Netflix is planning to release 30 new gaming titles on its platform, reported The Washington Post. As of now, the streaming platform has more than 13 gaming titles. Also Read - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt next-gen upgrades to release at the end of this year, confirms CD Projekt Red
This way, by the end of this year, Netflix will have over 50 gaming titles. The report has not revealed the names of these upcoming titles. Notably, the streaming platform has already confirmed that it is developing a mobile game and a TV show based on the Exploding Kittens board game. This mobile game is set to release next month on the platform, whereas the show will land on Netflix in 2023. Also Read - Netflix announces a new Kids Mystery Box feature, language accessibility tools and more
For the unversed, Netflix already has several shows based on games like The Witcher, Arcane (based on League of Legends), The Cuphead Show, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood and Castlevania. Also Read - Panchayat 2, RRR and more: Top films, series arriving on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus Hotstar this week
Netflix Games catalog
Netflix’s current gaming catalog includes:
Into the Dead 2: Unleashed
Hextech Mayhem Netflix Edition
Arcanium: Rise of Akhan
Stranger Things 3: The Game
Stranger Things: 1984
Netflix has also released a daily trivia show called Trivia Quest. Based on Trivia Crack online game, this interactive show blurs the lines between games and shows. The new quiz daily aims to put its viewer’s knowledge to the test. Created by Daniel Calin and Vin Rubino of Sunday Sauce Productions takes the viewers through 24 questions every day. These questions appear in multiple-choice format and are based on a variety of topics including pop culture, science and more.
For the unversed, Netflix recently shared that it has witnessed a massive drop in the subscribers count in Q1 2022 and expects to lose around 2 million more in the next quarter.