Netflix is working on 90 new games, including Squid Game

The streaming huge Netflix continues to expand into the gaming industry with 86 games on offer to its subscribers by the end of the year.

Netflix is working on 90 new games, including Squid Game

A blog post on the subject announced that 40 of the games are coming this year including The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy. And with over 90 games still in development The company is "just beginning to get going".

The article continues to mention Cosy Grove: Camp Spirit, FashionVerse, Game Dev Tycoon, as well as Sonic Mania Plus as its four most anticipated titles in the near future.

The biggest problem Netflix has had to contend with is the capability to play the entire games on mobile devices, but the company has now announced that it has, "Taken the first step toward our long-term goal to ensure that games are playable across all devices by rolling out a test of games on computers and TVs across the US, UK and Canada. We'll continue rolling this test out to other countries, and we'll add more games for testing as we move.

New games are coming soon to Netflix

The blog offers a brief listing of games we can look forward to within the next few months. The games include:

Braid the Braid, Anniversary Edition (April 30)

Chicken Run: Eggstraction

The Dragon Prince: Xadia

Unskillful Strategies to Survive


Harmonium: The Musical

Katana Zero

Money Heist: Ultimate Choice (Jan 4)

Monument Valley 1 & 2

Netflix Stories: Virgin River

Paper Trail

The Rising Of The Golden Idol

Of these, Braid, Hades, and Monument Valley 1 and 2 are the most notable as worth downloading.

Squid Game continues to be an instant hit, thanks to the popularity of the show, and the reality TV competition that is based on it going very well. There isn't much information provided by Netflix regarding the show right moment, however the announcement is titled, "A game set in the world that is Squid Game, in which you will compete against other players on the popular series."

The second season of this reality television version was just ordered according to Brandon Rigg, Netflix VP of nonfiction. He stated "There was no red flag in our decision to approve season 2 of Squid Game: The Challenge The most ambitious scripted show that we've aired on Netflix."

The company also announced in the last month that it plans to enter the live streaming market.