Today, Netflix and Ubisoft announced their intention to collaborate on the development of three mobile games based on some of the most popular video game properties in the world. Production of these games will begin in 2023.
The three games will be available exclusively on mobile to Netflix members throughout the world with no commercials or in-app purchases and were revealed today at Ubisoft’s annual digital event Ubisoft Forward. They will expand on the Valiant Hearts, Mighty Quest, and Assassin’s Creed universes.
A new Valiant Hearts game is in development, and it will be a sequel to Ubisoft’s multiple award-winning Valiant Hearts: The Great War. It will be developed by the same core team, and it will continue the series’ DNA while telling an all-new story. Netflix subscribers can watch it starting in the new year of 2023.
The smartphone game The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot received high praise, and in 2023, the franchise will make its way to Netflix with an all-new adventure. This time around, the game will take cues from the roguelike genre to provide a fresh and highly replayable take on the series’ signature brand of hack-and-slash combat.
And Assassin’s Creed fans will have more than one way to dive into the series’ world on Netflix, what with the live-action series and a whole new mobile game being made specifically for the service.
Netflix’s VP of Games Mike Verdu: “We’re excited to partner with Ubisoft, whose track record building unforgettable environments for fans is unsurpassed.” Because of this collaboration, we’ll be able to provide our global membership special access to some of the most popular game franchises.
Ubisoft’s Chief Mobile Officer, Jean-Michel Detoc, thinks that this cooperation will be a terrific chance for Netflix users to further discover Ubisoft’s worlds and universes on mobile and that the company is happy to be working with such an inventive and creative partner as Netflix.
With over 221 million paid subscribers in over 190 countries, Netflix is the leading streaming entertainment service in the world. Members may watch as much as they want, whenever they want, on any Internet-connected screen, and they aren’t bound to any contracts or commercials.
Assassin’s Creed, Brawlhalla, For Honor, Far Cry, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, Only Dance, Rabbids, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six, The Crew, Tom Clancy’s The Division, and Watch Dogs are just a few of the titles in the extensive portfolio developed by Ubisoft’s global teams.