Netflix working on 90 new games including Squid Game

Streaming huge Netflix continues to make headway into the gaming space offering 86 games to subscribers by the end of this year.

Netflix working on 90 new games including Squid Game

A blog post has announced that 40 of these games will be released this year including the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy. and that with nearly 90 more games under development, The company is "just beginning to get going".

The article goes on to mention Cosy Grove: Camp Spirit, FashionVerse, Game Dev Tycoon, and Sonic Mania Plus as its four biggest titles coming soon.

The biggest problem Netflix has had to deal with is being able to play every game on mobile devices but the company is now saying that it has, "Taken the first step towards our long-term plan to make games playable on every device by rolling out a test for games on PCs and TVs within the US, UK and Canada. We'll continue to roll this experience out across other countries and will add additional games as we move.

The games will be added soon to Netflix

The blog provides a short list of additional titles we can anticipate in the near future. The games include:

Braid, Anniversary Edition (April 30)

Chicken Run: Eggstraction

The Dragon Prince Xadia

Dumb Strategies to Survive


Harmonium The Musical

Katana Zero

Money Heist: Ultimate Choice (Jan 4)

Monument Valley 1 & 2

Netflix Stories: Virgin River

Paper Trail

The Rising Of The Golden Idol

Of these, Braid, Hades, and Monument Valley 1 and 2 are among the top three that stand out as worth a download.

Squid Game continues to be a hit thanks to the popularity of the show and now the reality TV competition that is based on it going exceptionally well. The details are not available by Netflix on the project as of now, but the post will end with, "A game set in the universe that is Squid Game, in which you will compete against other players on the popular series."

Season 2 of the reality television version has just been ordered as confirmed by Brandon Rigg, Netflix VP of nonfiction. Rigg said "There was no red light when we made our decision to allow season 2 of Squid Game: The Challenge The most ambitious scripted show that has aired on Netflix."

The company also announced this month its intention to enter the live streaming sports market.