We all know that Netflix, as a streaming platform, has plenty of movies and shows to watch, but for subscribers, there is also a huge plethora of games to choose from. They have now announced that the hit game Hades will soon be part of this collection. But there is a catch.
Many users of the platform probably don’t even know it, but Netflix offers quite a few games as part of the subscription. You can easily check which games are available on your phone because all these games are real mobile games.
Netflix is also working on improving this gaming section, because from the beginning of 2024 they want to integrate the popular Steam game Hades into the app.
Hades comes to Netflix Gaming
In Hades, you do not control Hades himself but his son Zagreus. You make your way through the underworld to see your mother again. During this time, you fight different mythological creatures, collect powerful power-ups, and meet many friendly and not-so-friendly gods.
But you have to be careful because once you die, you start from the beginning. To increase your chances, you get a special currency that allows you to improve your character permanently.
Hades is a great game and one of the best rogue-like action games of all time, so Netflix getting this deal is great! But there is a catch. Netflix will only offer the game to you if you are a subscriber to the platform AND you have an iOS device. Android users get nothing.
But it’s not all doom and gloom for Android enthusiasts. Netflix is working to upgrade its gaming options and with titles like Braid Anniversary Edition and Death’s Door arriving soon, you’ll definitely find something to enjoy.
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