The streaming giant also shared glimpses of new shows adapted from existing games which are coming to the platform.
Last Updated: 01.46 AM, Jun 14, 2022
After establishing solid ground for itself in the streaming world, Netflix seems to be on its way to make a name for itself in gaming. As this year’s Netflix Geeked Week came to an end, the streaming giant announced game adaptations to a number of titles on its platform.
At the five day event, Netflix had announced a number of game adaptations of popular shows on its platform. It also unveiled first looks of upcoming shows inspired by popular games as well. Among the popular Netflix shows which will get game adaptations include Money Heist or La Casa De Papel, Queen’s Gambit, Shadow And Bone, and Too Hot To Handle.
The La Casa De Papel game is a single player action adventure game where players are tasked with a heist,and all that comes with it, to help the professor’s friend. Shadow and Bone: Destinies is a single player role playing game where players can explore the Grishaverse as their favourite characters. Just like the reality show, the Too Hot to Handle game also gives people a chance to ‘meet up’ and ‘mingle’ with singles. The Queen’s Gambit Chess is a chess game inspired by the Anya Taylor-Joy led show.
Other games announced during the event include Desta: The Memories Between, Lucky Luna, Terra Nil, Poinpy, Wild, Spiritfarer Raji: An Ancient Epic, Reigns: Three Kingdom, and Wild Things: Animal Adventures.
The streaming giant also announced a host of titles that are inspired from video games, and unveiled the first looks from them as well. They include Dragon Age: Absolution, Tekken: Bloodline, The Cuphead Show!, DOTA: Dragon’s Blood season 3 and more.