Since the significant shift from real-time activity towards online acts, several online platforms have tweaked their platform evolving with trendy content.
Netflix is hereby added to the list of tech companies that expand its services outside its custom brand. Netflix has reportedly invested its resources to accomplish an unprecedented game subscription service.
Netflix offers streaming services by default, although the streaming giants gained recognition for producing blockbuster movies and TV shows.
Now, the streaming giant plans to introduce its custom gaming exclusive on Netflix — this product service is likely to be absent from either Apple, Google, or Microsoft’s app store, Techbooky writes.
Unlike other apps stores, Apple’s app store is likely to feature Netflix games in its apps storage — since Apple’s App Store Policy prohibits others from hosting Apps & Games store within its app store as an alternative option. While Netflix reportedly rejected the likes of Google’s Stadia, Microsoft’s xCloud offer to feature in its app store.
Netflix confirmed it is integrating its movie streaming service with gaming. An expansion project that required Netflix to hire the Facebook finest game designer, Mike Verdu, to lead its gaming project. Aside from Facebook’s Oculus Headset AR/VR project, Mike has also designed games for Zynga and Electronic Art.
still, this announcement seems vague — the stream Giant didn’t address the console system of its forthcoming games. Netflix brand services are focused on streaming video content which requires an uninterrupted online presence.
Netflix gaming experience is expected to have an exclusive catalog of arcade games similar to Apple’s Arcade gaming — if this gaming experience rolls out without a console. Aside from the console, Netflix will have to consider continuing its gaming project since it might affect its services on the iOS platform.
Apple reportedly restricted Facebook from orchestrating its custom games. Netflix will have to reconsider if they are willing to use their gaming platform for web on iOS since Apple’s policy will not permit it.
For contrast, if Netflix adamantly violates Apple’s App Store policy, it is likely to spring futuristic Epic v Apple kind of war. Since Netflix gaming has been confirmed, questions about a possible Netflix ban from iOS have been viral — leave your opinion in the comments box if you think Apple and Netflix are likely to clash.