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Netflix launches its mobile games globally


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As of today, Netflix will begin to provide a tiny portfolio of games to Android users, indicating that the integration of games into the Netflix service was a success during the testing phase. 

 

They are free of charge in addition to the subscription and will be available in the Netflix application, even if they are downloaded through Google Play or another third-party app store. Users of Apple's iOS operating system will have to wait a little longer. 

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/netflix-launches-its-mobile-games-globally.html

 

Exciting/s

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Considering the roots they came from with LoveFilm....They could be the next AAA game maker if they play it right. Perhaps they could be the game streamer service that makes it WORK.

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16 minutes ago, ENTERPRISE said:

Considering the roots they came from with LoveFilm....They could be the next AAA game maker if they play it right. Perhaps they could be the game streamer service that makes it WORK.

Yea maybe, that would be cool but I would hate to see this start a trend where next we see Hulu get into game streaming, then DIsney, CBS... etc. 

 

I've heard game pass streaming works pretty well but supposedly geforceNow is the best one. I think arguable it does pretty much work already, at least for people with good enough internet connections. 

 

 

Looks like game pass didn't do great in the tests Gamers Nexus did but I suspect people would get totally different results depending on where they're located. Long term it seems like Microsoft definitely has an advantage since they're in the server market. 

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