Netflix adds 55 new titles – crazy news for game lovers



Netflix also decided to break the bank on games and offered 55 new titles for all video game lovers.

The well-known streaming platform is unstoppable, as if piracy did not exist, it manages to achieve extraordinary financial figures. Today, on the occasion of the disclosure of these data, the offer has also expanded.


On the occasion of the presentation of Netflix’s dizzying third quarter financial figures, the streaming platform has decided to formalize a wide range of films and TV series in which it invests, as well as several games. What does Netflix have to do with video games? It looks like the platform has decided to start a trial with a freshman in a bid to test the waters to understand how their audience would react to the new business venture. Currently, Netflix has space in its platform with 35 games and it looks like they are paying off, along with increased subscriber loyalty.

The company has decided to dive even deeper into the arcade realm of its platform by offering 55 new titles in production, some of which are based on Netflix original content. According to the company, the objective, within 5 years, is to invest in the world of games.

Netflix, the new subscription proposal: available from November 1

What the new streaming platform subscription includes (via Pixabay)

Netflix ready to finally introduce the basic plan with advertising. The new subscription, which includes commercial breaks during viewing, will be available in the United States and Canada from November 1 at 5:00 p.m. It will cost €5.49 per month, compared to €7.99 for the traditional base plan. Already in April this year, the video streaming platform announced the arrival of the new tariff plan. The purpose of this subscription is to recover subscribers lost during the year.

Netflix has therefore introduced the new type of subscription with advertising in addition to the traditional Basic, Standard and Premium plans and is available in 12 countries (Australia, Brazil, Canada, Korea, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Mexico, United Kingdom , Spain and the United States). Compared to the original plans, an average of 4-5 minutes of commercial breaks per hour is introduced. However, a number of movies and TV shows will not be available due to licensing restrictions. At launch, ads will be 15 or 30 seconds long and will be inserted before and during shows and movies.

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