Netflix Games is getting bigger and in a short span of time, there is a tonne of titles available at disposal. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge and Valiant Hearts: Coming Home made their debut in 2023 and now, Netflix is gearing up for more.
Ubisoft’s Mighty Quest Rogue Palace is set to make its debut on Netflix Games on April 18 marking it the second out of three titles deal between Netflix and Ubisoft. According to the stats, Netflix Games already has 55 titles and will be rolling out 40 more titles later this year. Moreover, there are over 70 titles in development with Netflix partners as well.
As said, there are 40 titles coming this year. Apart from that, 16 titles are in development at Netflix’s studios while 70 other titles are in development at various partners such as Ubisoft.
You will find games through a spectrum of genres including RPGs, narrative adventures, indie darlings, and puzzle games, among others in the portfolio. Netflix is actively working with leading game studios across the globe in developing games on Netflix Games.
According to the timeline, Monument Valley 1 and Monument Valley 2 from developer Ustwo in 2024. Catalyst Black and Vainglory developer Super Evil Megacorp will be actively working with Netflix to develop games based on TV shows and movies. Terra Nil made its debut on March 28. It is a reverse city-builder game where you will basically transform a lifeless landscape into a vibrant ecosystem.