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The world of gaming just got some exciting news: Netflix is coming to E3 2019. The streaming giant has changed the way we consume movies and televisions, and it looks like its next revolution will involve video games.
There's not a ton of information outside of E3's original Twitter announcement, but what we do know is exciting. Netflix is apparently developing some of its original programming into video games.
It's possible that these games could be similar to the choose-your-own-adventure Black Mirror episode, "Bandersnatch," but we're hoping for a Super Smash Bros. style beat-em-up. Who wouldn't want to pit Eleven against BoJack Horseman in a fight to the death?
— E3 (@E3) May 13, 2019
Netflix is constantly adding new content to its streaming library, but this could really take the platform to a new level. No word on if Netflix video games will be available on a separate service or if there will be any sort of price hike, but we'll certainly know more once E3 begins on June 11th.
And just like in past years, we'll keep you up to date on all the latest E3 news. Be sure to stay tuned for more info.
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