Netflix may go all-in on gaming, says report (updated) – TechRadar

Members also delight in engaging more directly with stories they love – through interactive shows like Bandersnatch and You v. Wild, or games based on Stranger Things, La Casa de Papel and To All the Boys., and made it clear that, despite increased interest in game streaming by lots of major gamers in the tech and home entertainment worlds(Google Stadia, Project xCloud)Netflix wasn’t planning on getting in on the action. The report does state that”One alternative the business has discussed is offering a package of video games”in a similar vein to Apple Arcade. Obviously, the video games won’t include marketing, the report says.Netflix is the master of the casual binge, and we don’t expect to see it releasing long-haul open-world games. Video gaming may be where the money is, however Netflix would do well to delay to some recognized developers if it’s looking to bring gaming to its homescreen.

, and made it clear that, in spite of increased interest in game streaming by numerous major gamers in the tech and home entertainment worlds(Google Stadia, Project xCloud)Netflix wasn’t planning on getting in on the action. Apparently, the games won’t feature advertising, the report says.Netflix is the master of the casual binge, and we don’t expect to see it releasing long-haul open-world games. Gaming might be where the money is, but Netflix would do well to defer to some established developers if it’s looking to bring gaming to its homescreen.

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