The Stadia and Luna teams can’t like this news.
Netflix is in the “early stages of further expanding into games,” the company said in a shareholder letter released ahead of its earnings call on Tuesday. There’s no list of titles revealed yet, but the lineup will be “primarily focused on games for mobile devices,” the letter said.
It sounds like Netflix is treating the addition of games to its streaming service as a new product offering for existing subscribers, meaning it’s not going to carry any additional fees — at least at the start. Though, of course, anything that adds value to the overall service can also be used to justify future price hikes.
Expect more news to be shared in due time, and likely as soon as the Tuesday investor call. But the announcement comes only days after