Via your Twitter account, the data miner Steve moser revealed that he had found in the Netflix app code several interesting images. These show a render of two buttons DualSense, illustrations by Ghost of Tsushima, a logo that says NGames (Netflix Games) and a shark fin icon.
According to Steve Moser, Shark is the code name with which Netflix names its projects and games division. In addition, it indicates that the presence of PlayStation images could indicate a future partnership between Netflix and Sony, which could indicate that We can play some games of the Japanese brand through the US subscription service.
Recently Netflix has entered into multi-year deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment, which grants you the exclusive right to host your films in the United States after their theatrical release. That doesn’t mean you’ll be able to play the Japanese brand’s titles on Netflix, but current deals, and images found in the app, suggest that this service may be available in the future.
Remember that at the start of the week, the clean Netflix has announced plans to add video games to its catalog within the next 12 months.