According to a report published in The Information based on anonymous sources, Netflix plans to expand further into video games and approach “veteran executives of the gaming industry” as possible contracts. Although Netflix has previously produced interactive programs such as Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and You Vs. Wild, and has collaborated with outside developers on projects such as Stranger Things 3: The Game, this would be more than just immersing yourself in the video game. Apparently, one of the plans being looked at is inspired by Apple Arcade's subscription service, which provides access to the game's exclusive games.
The story can be accurate if a statement is sent to Netflix Techradar it’s anything to go by. “Our members value the variety and quality of our content,” he said. That is why we have continuously expanded our offer, from series to documentaries, films, originals in the local language and reality TV. Members also like to relate more directly to the stories they love, through interactive shows like Bandersnatch and You v. Wild, or games based on Stranger Things, The Paper House and To All the Boys. So we're excited to do more with interactive entertainment. "
Netflix executives do consider it Fortnite is one of the main competitors, so it makes sense for the streaming platform to look for ways to back down. It has also been completed in video game-based programs with series such as Castlevania, Dota: Dragon's Blood and Detention, as well as upcoming adaptations, including animated versions of Resident Evil, Tomb Raider, League of Legends, Magic: The Gathering and Dragon's Dogma, as well. as a live series of Assassin's Creed. Here we hope one is better than the movie.