Popular video streaming platform Netflix and Ubisoft on Monday introduced they’ve partnered to create three cellular video games from a number of the recreation franchises for Netflix, beginning in 2023.
The three video games will develop on the Valiant Hearts, Mighty Quest and Assassin’s Creed universes and shall be obtainable completely on cellular to Netflix members worldwide with no adverts or in-app purchases.
“We are thrilled to work with Ubisoft, whose observe file creating memorable worlds for followers is unmatched,” Mike Verdu, Vice President of Games, Netflix, mentioned in an announcement.
“This partnership will present our members with unique entry to a number of the most enjoyable recreation franchises as we proceed to construct a list of nice cellular video games for our members world wide,” Verdu added.
A brand new Valiant Hearts recreation, a sequel to Ubisoft’s multi-award-winning recreation Valiant Hearts: The Great War, is directed by the unique core workforce and can retain the identical DNA whereas that includes a brand new story. It shall be obtainable to Netflix members in January 2023.
After the critically acclaimed The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot cellular recreation, The Mighty Quest will come to Netflix in 2023 with a brand new recreation. This time, the sport will draw inspiration from the rogue-like style to ship an expertise that celebrates the sequence’ premiere hack-and-slash fight in a contemporary and extremely replayable format.
And for Assassin’s Creed followers, they’ll be capable to immerse themselves within the Assassin’s Creed universe on Netflix in a couple of manner: along with the beforehand introduced live-action sequence, an all-new cellular recreation is being developed completely for Netflix.
“As we proceed to create nice experiences on all platforms, we’re glad to be partnering with such an revolutionary and inventive accomplice as Netflix,” mentioned Jean-Michel Detoc, Chief Mobile Officer, Ubisoft.
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