Last year, Netflix joined the gaming community, bringing its games service for subscribers to play on Android and iOS devices for free. At the moment, there are 17 titles available in its library and The Washington Post reports that Netflix aims to expand that figure to around 50 by the end of the year.
So far, we've only heard of an upcoming Exploding Kittens game that is set to launch in May. The company has acquired 3 game studios: Texas-based Boss Fight Entertainment, Finland developer Next Games, and Oxenfree creator Night School Studio since it decided to venture into the gaming industry.
Netflix's strategy, as we notice, to build prominence in its game titles is to release TV shows based on games, like Arcane, which is based on League of Legends, or games based on TV shows, such as Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3: The Game, both of which are based on its hit show. The same goes for Exploding Kittens with its animated series announced for a premiere in 2023.