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Netflix could have 50 video games by the end of 2022

Netflix could have 50 video games by the end of 2022

Right now, Netflix users can access various games like Trivia Crack, Arcanium, Shatter Remastered, Card Blast, Stranger Things 1984, among others. It is only necessary to update the application on your Android or iOS mobile and find the section at the bottom.

When you press the button of one of the games, the application will automatically take you to the virtual store of your mobile device, either Google Play or App Store to download.

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For now, the catalog is somewhat limited, but some recent reports indicate that Netflix would be planning to have at least 50 titles for the final months of 2022.

Washington Post explains in its web note that anonymous sources claim that Netflix is ​​looking for new opportunities for the development of content from the video game industry.

Keep in mind that the company confirmed a few weeks ago that it had lost about 200,000 subscribers and that they expect to lose many more. For this reason, a strategy would be sought to capture a new public.

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