According to the sources, Netflix is developing a triple-A third-person action role-playing game. The business had not yet given any hints that its gaming endeavors might take this turn.
Netflix working on 3rd Person RPG
By the end of this year, customers will be able to choose from a lineup of 50 mobile games, which was their illustrious starting point. Netflix announced last month that it will seriously consider cloud gaming solutions, but that is not the topic of this article. On the other hand, the newly established Los Angeles studio, led by former Overwatch executive producer Chacko Sonny, is working on this new project.
Key information about the next game is revealed by several job ads for important roles like Art Director, Technical Director, Lead Artist, Senior Producer, Game Director, and Lead Engineer.
Based on the sources, the Game Director listing notifies everyone that Netflix is considering some post-launch live service operations as well as the targeted platform (PC). By the way, if we take a look at Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, that doesn’t essentially require it will be a multiplayer game. In addition to revealing the genre, the Lead Engineer listing shows that Netflix is aiming for close-camera, high-fidelity melee action similar to the God of War reboot and sequel.
New Internal Game Studio
An intriguing new third-person action role-playing game is being developed by Netflix in its brand-new internal game studio. In game development, fighting interactions are being tested and prototyped with the ultimate goal of delivering close-camera, high-fidelity melee combat.
Additionally, the new game will need to be created with a high potential of transmedia chances. Last but not least, it is made plain in every job posting that Unreal Engine technology will be used to create the AAA action RPG.
At this point, it is safe to presume that they are referring to Unreal Engine 5. Given that the Netflix Game Studio team is still being formed, the project may not be revealed for at least a few more years.