Netflix buys Oxenfree developers for making Oxenfree 2.
Netflix wants to get into gaming, and what better way for the streaming service to make its mark than by choosing the studio that basically made a Stranger Things game before Stranger Things existed?
Yes, Netflix has bought Night School Studio, the developer behind narrative-based adventures that include Oxenfree and Afterparty.
in a blog post, the developers say “we can continue to do what we do, the way we like to do it” under the new partnership, and say that Netflix has “shown the utmost care to protect our culture of study and creative vision.
However, “Night School“ will continue to do Oxenfree II. We will continue to cook new game worlds. ”
As for how Netflix games will look, well… we don’t know. In their own ad, Netflix says that “all of these games will be included as part of your Netflix membership all with no ads and no in-app purchases.”
Without a doubt, Netflix is focused on mobile devices in the short term. A Netflix Games app has been slowly rolling out internationally on Android devices, offering subscribers access to games like Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3.
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