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E3: Netflix Executive Uncovers Character Subtleties for ‘Stranger Things’ Game, Prods Mobile Content

Netflix director of Interactive Gaming, Chris Lee, likewise referenced that increasingly ‘Stranger Things’ content will come ‘Fortnite’ soon.

Ready to progress toward becoming immersed in the world of Stranger Things? The time has arrived.

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) included a panel entitled Bringing Your Favorite Shows to Life: Developing Netflix Originals into Video Games on Wednesday, where the streaming platform shared subtleties of its arrangements for prevalent shows to make a big appearance as intuitive encounters.

Among the program of up and coming games, Stranger Things 3: The Game was featured, depicted by Netflix as “an adventure game that blends a distinctively retro art style with modern gameplay mechanics to deliver nostalgic fun with a fresh new twist.” Playing as a character from the show, the client will be tasked with solving puzzles and fighting the Mind Flayer. Dave Pottinger, CEO and co-founder of BonusXP, shared that the game will feature old-school graphics.

Two characters from the game were uncovered at the panel: Max, who will show karate kicks and the capacity to add fire harm to those kicks; and Eleven, depicted by Chris Lee, director of Interactive Games at Netflix, as “the most powerful character in the game” — she will have psychic push power.

The game will launch on July 4 and be accessible on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One and different consoles. Furthermore, a special declaration was made at the panel about a Stranger Things mobile hybrid RPG/puzzle game that will launch in 2020. The game is a collaboration with Next Games, which is based out of Helsinki, Finland.

Without going into any subtleties, Lee likewise referenced that progressively Stranger Things content will come Fortnite sooner rather than later.

Netflix demonstrate The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics is likewise set to turn into a “turn-based tactics” game provoking fans to enroll a military and act as their commander in a series of campaign fights. No particular date was referenced, yet the game will launch this year on various consoles.

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