Users will be able to play Netflix Games on their TVs thanks to the company's game streaming service, which is now in beta testing. Limited users are allowed to participate in this beta testing phase, and the streaming service has also provided other information. According to the corporation, this beta was launched to test their controller and game streaming technology as well as to gradually improve the member experience.
Additionally, Netflix Games will soon be playable on PC, Mac, and TV, the firm revealed in a blog post. Netflix has unveiled a new iOS TV controller app, whereas users of Netflix for PC and Mac can access the website directly and play using their keyboard and mouse.
In this beta, just two games namely, Oxenfree and Molehew's Mining Adventure are accessible for testing. Night School Studio, which Netflix subsequently bought in 2021, was the company that created Oxenfree. The term "gem-mining arcade game" has been used in reference to Molehew's Mining Adventure.
For a small fraction of its subscribers in the UK and Canada, Netflix has only made this restricted beta programme available for a few particular members. Netflix will introduce functionality for streaming over its website in the coming days for PCs and Macbooks.
This restricted beta is designed to test Netflix's controller and game streaming technology and eventually improve the member experience. A few of their initial partners' products, such as the Amazon Fire TV streaming media players, Chromecast with Google TV, LG TVs, Nvidia Shield TV, Roku devices and TVs, Samsung Smart TVs, and Walmart ONN, will also support games on TV.