Netflix Games has exciting news for gamers with a slate of new titles debuting on the platform. The game selection will feature some fan-favorites along with original titles and there seems to be something for everyone.
Oxenfree II: Lost Signals
The sequel to the original Oxenfree makes its debut on July 12 and will break away from the mobile game category of Netflix’s previous game offerings. Developed by Night School Studio which was acquired by Netflix last year, the game will be available on PC, Mac, PlayStation, Switch, and of course Netflix. With the returning fan base excitement and the anticipation of new players, Oxenfree II is sure to be a hit with its fans.
The Queen’s Gambit: Chess
On July 12, fans will get a chance to live out the Queen’s Gambit fantasy with a game based on the popular Netflix series. Combining lessons with puzzles and matches, the game promises to be a “love letter to the award-winning drama.”
Cut the Rope Daily
Looking for a daily puzzle challenge? Cut the Rope Daily, an updated version of the classic puzzle game, offers players daily puzzles to complete. With over 1.6 billion downloads since its initial release, this new version will be a great option for families and fans of the original game.
LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed
The LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed game debuted for mobile, PC, and Facebook gaming in 2020 but it will be exclusive to Netflix later this year. Incorporating famous characters from LEGO’s iconic collectible mini-figures, fans of the colorful building blocks will have a new way to enjoy their favorite pastime.
Paper Trail is a unique puzzle game where players gain access to new pathways by folding paper. The game will be available for both mobile and consoles and promises to be liked by fans of the genre.
These exciting titles were introduced by Netflix in continuation of their new role in the gaming industry. The entertainment giant entering the world of gaming was a new venture, as previously, Netflix was only known for streaming movies and shows. However, the company seems to be making great choices in terms of game selection and we can’t wait for more hits like these.
In March, we looked back at Netflix Games’ first year in action.