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Netflix: streaming service apparently works on cloud gaming service

Hit series like “Stranger Things” and action blockbusters like “Red Notice”: With a huge offer, Netflix remains number one among the streaming services. But the boss cannot rest on his laurels. Although the number of subscribers increased slightly again in the third quarter of 2022, before that, the number of paying customers had been falling.

To prevent this from becoming a downward trend, Netflix is ​​focusing on opening up other markets. Video games are particularly popular. There are already 25 mobile games under the banner “Netflix Games”. But that is not all.



From action RPG to simulation: Netflix launches new mobile games for iOS and Android.



55 games in development

According to an official report from Netflix, the streaming service is currently working on 55 games. The company wants to create synergies. Media: Some titles are based on the most famous Netflix series and movies. However, it is not clear exactly what this is. It is also unclear if these are exclusively mobile games or if they also include titles for PC or consoles.

However, the goal is clearly defined: with games, Netflix wants to make the subscription even more attractive to users. An entertaining title is the game “Exploding Kittens – The Game”.

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Cloud gaming service apparently in the works

However, Netflix is ​​not interested in developing its own hardware. The company has expressed much more interest in cloud gaming. As part of the Technology Crunch Disruption 2022 Mike Verdu, Netflix’s vice president of gaming, has said that a cloud gaming offering is the next logical step. Users could then also stream performance-hungry games on their TV and PC.

Officially confirmed is one of ours. cloud gaming service Not however. So you have to be patient until Netflix comes out with an official announcement.