Netflix is serious about gaming, adds popular indie title Into the Breach

Netflix has more than doubled its game library since December of last year. It increased its number of titles from ten to twenty-three in an attempt to supplement its dwindling subscriber base by offering something new and distinct from its core services. That’s not to say the company didn’t have interactivity before, as Bandersnatch was an interactive video, but by adding games, it’s diving deep into the interactive media sphere.

Recently, Netflix added a great sizzle reel to YouTube via IGN as seen below to showcase its new and exciting benefits, and although they’re not AAA games, the fact that so many popular indie titles are hitting mainstream media simply shows how powerful the potential for individual projects by solo developers and small teams can be. As an indie dev myself, this is extremely exciting, especially with Netflix’s popularity over the years.

In fact, Netflix has just added Into the Breach, a popular tactical RPG indie title. If you’ve ever heard of FTL: Faster Than Light, these are the same people who invented it. You can pilot futuristic mechs in an attempt to defeat an alien Kaiju threat in Into the Breach. Each world is generated at random as well.

If you would like to play it before it’s published on Netflix, you can do so on Steam, Nintendo Switch, or  anywhere else, including Google Stadia!

  • Exploding Kittens
  • Dragon Up
  • Moonlighter
  • Townsmen – A Kingdom Rebuilt
  • Relic Hunters Universe
  • Into the Dead 2
  • Shatter Remastered
  • This is a True Story
  • Dungeon Dwarves
  • Hextech Mayhem Netflix Edition
  • Stranger Things 3: The Game
  • Arcanium: Rise of Akhan
  • Krispee Street
  • Knittens
  • Dominoes Cafe
  • Wonderputt Forever
  • Asphalt Xtreme
  • Bowling Ballers
  • Card Blast
  • Teeter (Up)
  • Shooting Hoops
  • Stranger Things: 1984
  • Into the Breach

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