Netflix Games Launches Mighty Quest Rogue Palace In April, Has 40 More Games Coming This Year

Netflix Games has seen a prolific start to 2023, with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge and Valiant Hearts: Coming Home releasing in the past two months alone. Now the company is ready to talk about the future, as it has announced new details for Ubisoft’s next venture Mighty Quest Rogue Palace, as well as a few other titles coming to the service.

Mighty Quest Rogue Palace–the second of a three-game agreement between Netflix and Ubisoft–is a roguelite dungeon crawler set in the Mighty Quest For Epic Loot universe, and it is set to launch on April 18. The third game in the partnership has been announced as a new title in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, but specific details have not been confirmed.

Netflix has also confirmed that both Monument Valley games from developer Ustwo–which launched Desta: The Memories Between on Netflix Games in September–will bring the critically acclaimed Monument Valley games to the service in 2024. The Netflix versions of each game will also include all previously paid downloadable content free of charge.

Finally, Netflix Games has also announced a new partnership with Vainglory and Catalyst Black developer Super Evil Megacorp on a brand-new exclusive project for the service. This new game will be based on an upcoming Netflix movie IP that has yet to be announced, and more details will be shared in the future.

In a press release, Netflix said it has 126 games in development right now, including 40 more coming in 2023 alone, 70 additional titles beyond that from its partners, and 16 in development in-house.

“Our goal is to develop a broad portfolio of games–in different genres and formats–because we believe everyone can find joy in games if they discover the one (or many!) that is right for them,” Netflix said, adding that new games will be released on a monthly basis.

Netflix Games is available to all Netflix subscribers via the mobile apps for both smartphones and tablets. The full list of games currently available can be found here.

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