Netflix To Boosts its Gaming Arsenal with Hades, Money Heist, Katana Zero, and More

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Netflix recently announced a stunning lineup of new games set to grace its expanding mobile gaming platform in the Geeked Week Livestream.

Leading this charge is the inclusion of Supergiant Games’ 2020 masterpiece, Hades, which next version Hades 2 is poised to become available to all Netflix subscribers on iOS mobile devices upon its launch.

List of Upcoming Netflix Games Announced in Geeked Week

Netflix Games, introduced in 2021, has been steadily broadening its array of titles. In Geeked Week Livestream Netflix announced various upcoming Movies, TV series, anime, and games in 2023 and 2024.

While Hades stands out as the crown jewel; several other noteworthy games are set to grace the platform in the near future.

  1. Hades 
  2. Money Heist 
  3. Chicken Run: Eggstraction 
  4. The Dragon Prince: Xadia 
  5. Oxenfree II: Lost Signals 
  6. Death’s Door 
  7. Katana Zero 
  9. Braid: Anniversary Edition
  10. Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold

These games will be available to Netflix subscribers at no additional cost upon their launch, although exact release dates are yet to be confirmed.

Hades 2

Hades, celebrated as one of the best games of 2020, is currently available on PC, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox.

The anticipation is amplified by the disclosure that its sequel, Hades 2, is in development and coming exclusively to iOS via Netflix next year.

Braid: Anniversary Edition

Adding a touch of nostalgia, the Braid: Anniversary Edition is a remastered version of the original indie sensation from 2008. Set to release in April 2024, this remaster promises improved sound, hand-repainted graphics, and smoother animations.

What sets it apart is the ability for players to seamlessly switch between the old and new versions of Braid, providing a unique and dynamic gaming experience.

Katana Zero

Katana Zero is a really cool platform game that came out in 2019. It was created by the indie developer Justin Stander, and takes place in a dystopian metropolis with a neo-noir storyline.

The main character, Subject Zero, is a sword-wielding assassin with amnesia who has the ability to slow down time and predict the future.

Related: Netflix turning its hit shows into Games, from Money Heist to Squid Game


In summary, Netflix’s foray into the gaming realm is marked by strategic acquisitions of popular titles and the development of exclusive content.

By bringing beloved games like Hades and Braid to the mobile platform, Netflix aims to cater to a diverse audience, from dedicated gamers to casual enthusiasts.

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