We first heard about ‘s attempt to enter the playground in May 2021. Rumors of this venture surfaced again in July, this time with hints of 2022 plans. A week after that, Netflix itself confirmed the news and said it would indeed enter the playground. However, not many details have been announced, except that the games that will be included in its service will come without paying an additional price. And now the company, the game service, although currently only in Poland, started testing in Android app.
As Netflix Poland’s Twitter account announced, the company launched its game service in the country. Right now, Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game There are only two games. It’s safe to say that these games are logical choices considering they are part of Netflix’s Stranger Things intellectual property and are actually available on the Google Play Store.
Here’s where we get more feedback on how Netflix will distribute games. As can be seen in the screenshots above, the games are basically a loader task will be displayed inside the Netflix app that will see it. After downloading the game from the Play Store, you will be able to launch it directly from within the Netflix app.
Stranger Things 3: The Game on Google Play Store 9. It has a price of 99 dollars It is also useful not to forget. However, if you are a Netflix subscriber, you will be able to download both games for free, which will be a pretty decent financial savings for those interested in portable games. Netflix has also confirmed that there will be no ads or in-app purchases in any of the games on its service.
In addition, the company emphasized that this is the first step in this enterprise. It’s unclear when the service will be available in more countries and platforms. Whether the company will add a non-Netflix IP to its service in the future is also in the middle of unknown details now. . .