When it comes to video games, Netflix remains to be a centered being in all things for the medium. Although the firm is an entertainment platform for film & television, the streaming service stands as the definition for many ground-breaking releases when adapting beloved franchises into a new watchable experience. Netflix even began pushing its own platform to offer games with its latest acquisition of Boss Fight Entertainment this past March.
Previously, we learned that there will be a live-action adaptation of Assassin’s Creed on Netflix with a TV series in the pipeline. In a later report from Variety, Die Hard showrunner Jeb Stuart is involved with the Netflix production. During the recent Ubisoft Forward, the publisher verifies this alongside sharing future plans with Netflix.
In that, both companies announce a new partnership which will deliver three exclusive games from Ubisoft on Netflix: Valiant Hearts 2, Mighty Quest, and a new Assassin’s Creed title. You can watch the segment in the video below:
“Netflix and Ubisoft are joining forces to bring a trio of Ubisoft games – including a new Assassin’s Creed title – exclusively to Netflix members. As part of Netflix’s entry into gaming that began in late 2021, the new mobile games will be downloadable and available to members with no ads or microtransactions – and included with a Netflix subscription,” the blog post reveals.
As for other news on Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft shares more on the previously teased Assassin’s Creed Mirage. From the presentation, we learn Baghdad is the new setting with Basim starring as the new playable character. Even more is 2023 is the slated release date for the new game. You can read the full report by heading here.
What Ubisoft title are you interested to play on Netflix?