Games based on Stranger Things, for example, maybe played as part of the subscription and without in-app purchases – though only on Android for the time being.
Netflix’s own video gaming service, which has been promised for months, was introduced in November, according to the Independent.
On Tuesday, the “Games” area within the app became available for Android users, where customers can meet five titles for the time being. The novelty will be available to sample starting November 3rd.
In-app purchases are not included in the average monthly charge, including games. Stranger Things, Netflix’s self-produced mega-series, is included in two titles. The five games are as follows:
- Stranger Things: 1984
- Stranger Things 3: The Game
- Shooting Hoops
- Card Blast
- Teeter Up
According to the business, more games and features are on the way, and they will be available on all profiles (except those set for children). Games, according to Netflix, can give a similar experience for anybody, from beginners to experts.