Night School Studio, the company’s first game studio purchase, is best known for its debut game, “Oxenfree,” a supernatural teenage thriller with an odd soundtrack.
The studio’s games, available on Sony’s PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Microsoft’s PC, will be the first non-mobile titles in the streaming giant’s newly created video game portfolio.
“Like our shows and movies, these games will all be included as part of your Netflix subscription – all with no ads or in-app purchases,” the company said.
Netflix had mentioned its intention to enter the game in its last quarterly results, as new players, including Disney + and HBO Max, quickly gained subscribers, stepping up competition in the streaming landscape.
Earlier today, the company said it introduced the titles “Stranger Things: 1984”, “Stranger Things 3: The Game”, “Card Blast”, “Teeter Up” and “Shooting Hoops” on Android to members of Netflix. in Spain and Italy. .
Poland, where “Stranger Things” titles are already available, will get the other three titles.
“We see games as another new category of content for us, similar to our expansion into original films, animation and unscripted television,” the company said in its letter to shareholders.
“We think the time has come to learn more about how our members enjoy the games.”