Netflix And Telltale Games Are Partnering To Bring Minecraft Series And Stranger Things Game

Posted: Jun 14 2018, 9:54am CDT | by , in E3


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Netflix and Telltale Games are Partnering to Bring Minecraft Series and Stranger Things Game
  • Netflix and Telltale Games are Partnering to Bring Minecraft: Story Mode and Stranger Things Projects

Netflix will be partnering up with Telltale Games that they will be bringing the Netflix classics like Stranger Things to a new season of Minecraft: Story Mode

A new partnership is on the horizon. Netflix and Telltale Games are forming a new alliance to bring a new series of interactive narratives to Netflix. Coming this fall, Netflix has already made the announcement in a statement to Polygon.

Netflix representative did not make any confirmation about the company to “have any plans to get into gaming.

Minecraft: Story Mode has already had two seasons. The first season launched over 2015 and 2016, and it had several was episodes. A five-episode second season followed in 2017.

Telltale is presently developing an adaptation of the Netflix hit show, Stranger Things, as a Netflix representative revealed. A Telltale representative made confirmation about the news.

He revealed that the game developers are indeed developing A Stranger Things game which is a separate project being developed for consoles and PC.

A Telltale representative gave a detailed statement of what they are developing; “We’re delighted by the response we’re seeing to the idea of Minecraft: Story Mode coming to Netflix in the fall as an interactive adventure, and separately, we’re thrilled to confirm that Telltale is developing a game based on Stranger Things that we’ll publish to consoles and computers at a later date. Our partnership with Netflix is something we’re incredibly proud of, and while we don’t have anything more to share right now, we’re excited to reveal details on these projects later in the year.”

He added, “Games have become increasingly cinematic, but we view this as interactive narrative storytelling on our service.”

There is already a playable demo of Minecraft: Story Mode in which the interactive games are controlled by television remotes’ directional and select buttons.

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