GTA, games based on Extraction, Black Mirror and other projects may appear on Netflix

Netflix is ​​in negotiations

Netflix is ​​taking steps to conquer the gaming market. Subscribers will soon receive games based on Netflix series such as Squid Game and Wednesday, as reported by The Wall Street Journal.

Mobile gaming is nothing new for Netflix. The Netflix app offers users different games such as Exploding Kittens: The Game or Ghost Detective. But eventually, Netflix subscribers will be able to play games directly on their TV and computer screens. Netflix previously released the Netflix Game Controller app in the App Store, allowing the player to use their phone as a gamepad to control content on the TV.

GTA, games based on Extraction, Black Mirror, and other projects may appear on Netflix


From the very beginning, Netflix didn’t charge for its games. To play on your smartphone, you only need a Netflix subscription. Netflix currently offers more than 70 games on its platform and plans to expand subscriptions by the end of the year. According to The Wall Street Journal, Netflix will continue to license games unrelated to TV series and films, such as Classic Solitaire.

In addition, Netflix is ​​allegedly discussing the possibility of adding games from the Grand Theft Auto series from the Rockstar Games studio to the service.

The company is also exploring games based on the Extraction duology, Black Mirror, and the Sherlock Holmes series.

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