Netflix’s Games Are Getting More Social
Netflix has started testing “gamepads” in some of its games.
The company has steadily increased its commitment to the mobile gaming market over the past year.it started by posting some Stranger Things Collaboration in August 2021, then start adding more games, then start acquiring development studios dedicated to mobile games.
Now it’s reportedly gearing up to make some improvements to the gaming platform itself.Steve Moser Say(opens in new window) He found references to the feature in Netflix’s mobile app. The company reportedly describes the “gamepad” as “the only public name for playing games on Netflix.”
But it turns out Netflix has been testing these game-specific usernames for a while now. TechCrunch Report(opens in new window) Netflix introduced the gamepad on July 19 in a game called Into the Breach. The experiment has been extended to bowling, mahjong solitaire and heads-up!
However, introducing the gamepad on its own makes no sense, Moser said, and information from the Netflix mobile app suggests it plans to use these public-facing monikers in its growing mobile catalog “for multiplayer invites and leaderboards.” title.
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“We’re always looking to improve the service experience for members and are exploring different features to enrich the Netflix mobile gaming experience,” a Netflix spokesperson told TechCrunch. “We don’t have anything else to share at this time.”
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