Stranger Things: Netflix gaming to debut at E3 2019

Stranger Things: Netflix gaming to debut at E3 2019

Popular media service provider Netflix will be making its debut in the global gaming conclave Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019 next month.

Netflix took to Twitter to confirm its participation by tagging official E3 handle seeking an invite to host a panel at Los Angeles Conventional Hall, June 7-11. 

The latter asked the former if it has picked any name for the panel. Netflix is calling it 'Bringing Your Favorite Shows to Life: Developing Netflix Originals into Video Games' and also revealed that one of its top original show Stranger Things will be made into a video game. 

Netflix to host a panel at E3 next month; Screen-shot of Netflix and E3

The game will be available in multiple platforms such as Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PC and even on mobiles and is expected to debut on July 4. It's just the start, the American multi-media streaming company will be bringing other famous shows to life in the form of the video game.

Netflix confirms to bring Stranger Things video game later this year

The news comes a month after Google announced Stadia, a cloud-based gaming platform.  It enables Android device owners to play games on Android TV, Chrome-powered laptops, Chromecast-connected TVs and mobiles on cross platforms seamlessly.

These games don't require a powerful dedicated console such as the PlayStation or Xbox; all you need is a smartphone, a keyboard for a PC or gaming controller for smart TVs.  And yet, the Stadia subscribers be able to enjoy HDR and 4K video quality at 60 fps initially. Google has promised to bring 8K with 120 fps support in the near future.

As of now,  Google has confirmed to bring Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Doom Eternal in select markets such as the US, Canada, UK and select regions of Europe later this year. 
It is expected to add more gaming titles and also expand to other global markets in early next year.