Netflix Will Be Attending E3 2019 Sharing “Plans in the Gaming Space”

Netflix Will Be Attending E3 2019 Sharing “Plans in the Gaming Space”

Host of E3 Coliseum shares that Netflix will be joining this year’s panel bringing updates and news of their plans within the gaming space.

Netflix Will Be Attending E3 2019 Sharing “Plans in the Gaming Space”

As we edge closer to E3 next month, one newly announced panel guest is the streaming giant Netflix. The host Geoff Keighley shared in a tweet that the series of panels will take place at E3 with Netflix which will revolve around “updates and news about its plans in the gaming space.”

Their panel title “Bringing Your Favorite Shows to life: Developing Netflix Originals Into Video Games”, which leads us to believe it will focus on how they will bridge the gap between series and games even more than they have done so in the past.

Earlier this year Netflix debuted a brand new kind of experience on their streaming platform in the form of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. The one-off episode used a “choose-your-own-adventure” theme, not only in story but the choices viewers could make, determined the outcome of what they saw in the episode, bringing a whole new kind of terror to the series.

Netflix has also launched an adaptation of the Telltale Games’ Minecraft: Story Mode which was one of the studio’s final projects before closing last year. However, Netflix has been teasing some new game announcements coming:

Netflix announced Stranger Things 3: The Game back developed by BonusXP in December last year. Then in March of this year, it revealed the retro inspired title would be releasing on multiple platforms, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, and mobile devices on July 4. This releases alongside Stranger Things 3, the third season of the series.

Netflix will be attending E3 Coliseum which takes place between June 11th and June 13th.


For more E3 2019 news be sure to read next E3 2019 Press Conference Schedule & Predictions, Square Enix Sets Their E3 Press Conference For June 10th and Bethesda Confirms The Elder Scrolls VI And Starfield Will Not Be At Their E3 Show.

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