Netflix is about to share some fresh details about its ambition
to push deeper into video games, ahead of the planned launch of its
Stranger Things game coming in July to PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo
Switch, and mobile platforms.
The streaming giant is getting increasingly creative these days
about how it presents content, with examples including its
interactive film Bandersnatch that lets users make choices to
control how the story progresses. Adaptions of its original series
into video games is another area the company sees potential in, and
Netflix is planning to make its debut at the annual E3 video game
industry trade event next month to talk about exactly that.
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is making its E3 debut to talk about adapting its shows into video
games originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 14 May 2019 at 21:01:34 EDT.
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Netflix is making its E3 debut to talk about adapting its shows into video games