In the last six months, Netflix has bought its third game studio. Boss Fight Entertainment, shows itself as a “Texas-based independent game development studio. It is Netflix’s third game-related acquisition in as many months, following the $74 million purchase of Finnish mobile developer Next Games earlier this month. In addition of Oxenfree 2 developer Night School Studio to its portfolio in 2021.
In a statement published on Netflix’s official website, the owners of Boss Fight Entertainment stated, “Boss Fight’s objective is to deliver simple, attractive, and enjoyable game experiences to our gamers wherever they want to play.”
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More Details About Netflix’s Third Game Studio
According to the founders of Boss Fight. The objective of Netflix is to provide their users with easy, beautiful, and exciting game experiences wherever they choose to play. Netflix’s commitment to providing ad-free games as part of users’ subscriptions allows game creators like us to concentrate on producing an enjoyable gameplay. Along with having to worry about revenue.”
Boss Fight is Netflix’s second acquisition this month, following the acquisition of Next Games. The creator of a Stranger Things mobile game, in March. It bought Night School Studio, the creator of Oxenfree, in September after announcing its ambition to enter the game creation business in July.
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“We’ll start by concentrating on games for mobile devices. We’re as excited as ever about our movie and TV series offerings. Moreover, we expect a long runway of increased investment and growth across all of our existing content categories. But, now that we’ve been pushing original programming for nearly a decade, we believe it’s time to learn more about how our members value games.”
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