Netflix Aim to Release 40 new games in 2023

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Netflix has become a major player in the video game industry, with its recent forays into streaming services and the launch of interactive titles such as Minecraft: Story Mode and Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

Now, Netflix plans to expand its gaming offering with the addition of 40 more games this year.

This move will add to an already impressive lineup that includes dozens of popular titles like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Cuphead, and Stardew Valley. Today, Netflix said it intends to work with “the best independent developers” to bring “unique experiences” to subscribers around the world.

The new additions will be available through their streaming service, allowing gamers to access them without downloading any additional software or hardware. The company is particularly excited about bringing one of the most beloved puzzle games of all time Monument Valley to its platform in 2024. In addition to being one of the most beautiful mobile games ever created. This indie classic won awards, including Apple Design Awards, BAFTA Games Awards, and TIME Magazine’s Best Mobile Game Of All Time award.

With its unique visual style and challenging puzzles, Monument Valley is sure to delight both newcomers and veterans alike when it debuts on Netflix soon. Netflix also revealed that they plan to invest heavily in developing first-party titles from their studios, as well as encouraging more external development partners in the coming years.

Not only will this help ensure quality control for players. But it will also give more exposure to smaller developers who may not have had their games distributed through traditional channels. Netflix has always prided itself on listening closely to its fans and providing content catered to them specifically. With this new initiative, they are doing just that by giving users even more control over what they play and where they find it online.

Although there isn’t much information available right now regarding these upcoming titles or when we can expect them exactly. What we do know is that players should expect a lot more high-quality gaming experiences coming their way later this year on Netflix!

With a full slate of 40 new releases planned for 2021 alone and the promise of Monument Valley joining in 2024, things are looking exciting for gamers everywhere. There has never been a bigger variety available than what we have now and if Netflix continues down this path, then there is no telling how far our video game libraries could stretch years from now!

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