Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Joins Netflix’s Gaming Roster


In an exciting development for gamers, Netflix is set to add the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition to its impressive roster of games. This move aligns with the streaming giant’s strategy to enhance its offerings, especially in the mobile gaming segment.

To excite gamers globally, Netflix is adding the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition to its gaming roster. This announcement comes just in time for the holiday season when the need for a brief respite from family gatherings is most felt.

“Netflix is steadily transforming into a gaming powerhouse.”

The GTA Trilogy, a remastered version of GTA III, Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas, is now available for pre-registration on iOS and Google Play. This highly anticipated offering will be accessible in the Netflix mobile app and separately to Netflix subscribers in the App Store and Google Play.

Netflix’s Foray into Gaming

Netflix’s gaming portfolio is ever-expanding, including several significant titles. The roster features games like Kentucky Route Zero, Before Your Eyes, Oxenfree games, Immortality, Spiritfarer, and Dead Cells. Katana Zero, Death’s Door, and Hades will be introduced in the upcoming year. While it may not boast the most extensive collection of games, Netflix’s offerings are thoughtfully curated and include many games that are exclusively available on mobile via a Netflix subscription.

Commercially Successful Titles on Netflix

Despite the lack of information on the popularity of games on Netflix, the streaming giant continues to invest in commercially successful titles with broad name recognition. The GTA Trilogy, one of the most popular franchises in video game history, is another significant addition to Netflix’s service. It has seen a string of successful introductions in its two-year history.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition will be available for Netflix subscribers on iOS and Android and via the Netflix mobile app on December 14th, marking another milestone in Netflix’s foray into the gaming world.

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