Developer Telltale Games confirmed during E3 2018 that the studio is now at work on a few projects in conjunction with Netflix, with the first being a new episodic game series based around Stranger Things, the network's acclaimed sci-fi drama series that first debuted in 2016, and most recently released its second season last fall.
Our initial impression was that Netflix's version of Minecraft: Story Mode would be delivered via video files and will accept commands via any remote equipped with directional and select buttons. Apparently a new Stranger Things/Minecraft game should be happening soon. You're all the way relaxed sitting on the back of your seat. You're not relaxed, you're not leaning forward on the edge of your seat.
Stranger Things is one of Netflix's most successful original TV shows on its subscription service, with two seasons available to watch now and a third in production.
Update:Telltale has confirmed earlier reports about its partnership with Netflix.
This is actually an fascinating step for direct video game streaming.
Stay tuned for more information of Telltale's Stranger Things project in the months to come.
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