Netflix is expanding its already impressive collection of video games with the addition of two brand new titles. The online streaming company made the announcement on Monday that it had recently acquired the exclusive mobile rights to two upcoming video games titled Dust & Neon and Highwater from the independent publisher Rogue Games.
The former will become available first, and it will be available for download on Android, iOS, personal computers, and Nintendo Switch on February 16th. If you have a Netflix subscription, you can download and play Dust & Neon for free on your mobile device, just like you could do with any of Netflix’s previous releases.
The same thing will be true for Highwater when it finally arrives at some point in the future. In addition, neither of these games will have advertisements or in-app purchases of any kind.
Rogue Games refers to Dust & Neon as a rogue-lite twin-stick shooter in their official description of the game. The game appears to be a mashup of Steamworld Dig and West of the Dead in terms of its aesthetic. The fact that you have to manually reload your weaponry is an interesting feature of the gameplay.
According to Rogue Games, there are approximately 2,000 different firearms hidden throughout the game, and each of the weapons has its own unique reload motion. Highwater, on the other hand, is an adventure strategy game that takes place in a planet that has been severely affected by climate change. It is a title that has a good deal of enthusiasm about it, in part due to the fact that it was first demonstrated during Summer Game Fest the previous year.
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