Streaming giant Netflix announced on Monday that it will add 40 new games to its mobile app in 2023, including a new title based on the popular reality show ‘’Too Hot to Handle’’.
Netflix made an entry into the mobile gaming space in 2021, allowing its subscribers to play various titles within its Android and iOS apps at no additional costs. In October last year, the company said that its gaming portfolio reached 35 titles, and that 55 more games were on their way.
Leanne Loombe, Vice President of External Games at Netflix, said in a blog post on Monday that the company has now released a total of 55 titles, and that it currently has 70 more games under development with its partners, in addition to 16 games being developed by its internal game studios.
”This year we’re going to continue building our portfolio — and that means new games every month,’’ Loombe said in the blog post. ‘’Members will discover indie darlings, award-winning hits, RPGs, narrative adventures, puzzle games and everything in between, and we’re working with the world’s leading studios to bring you these games.”
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She also announced that Netflix has teamed up with French video games publisher Ubisoft for three exclusive games for Netflix subscribers. The duo debuted ‘’Valiant Hearts: Coming Home’’ in January, and will launch ‘’Mighty Quest: Rogue Palace’’ on April 18. The third title remains unknown for now.
Loombe added that ustwo’s popular video game series ‘’Monument Valley’’ is set to make its way onto Netflix in the coming year, and that Catalyst Black creator Super Evil Megacorp is currently developing an exclusive title based on an upcoming Netflix release.