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lego legacy: Netflix announces five new games: The Queen’s Gambit Chess, Lego Legacy and more


Netflix announced that it will be adding five new titles to its platform this summer. These titles are The The Queen’s Gambit: To play chess, LEGO legacy: heroes unpacked, Cut the rope daily, Paper trailAnd Oxen Free II: Lost signals.

Oxenfree II will be available on July 12 for mobile, Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC and Mac. The Queen’s Gambit: Chess will be released on July 25, while Cut the Rope Daily will be added on August 1. Lego Legacy: Heroes Unboxed and Paper Trail are also expected to be added soon.

Netflix’s adventure game Oxenfree II: Lost Signals, developed by Night School Studio, will be released on July 12. The game is a sequel to the original supernatural thriller and features new storyline and characters. It will be available exclusively to Netflix members on mobile devices and is also arriving Nintendo switchPlayStation 4 and 5, PC and Mac later this year via Steam.

First announced at Geeked Week last year, The Queen’s Gambit: Chess is based on Netflix’s hit series The Queen’s Gambit. Subscribers can play as Beth, solve puzzles and compete against friends. The game features familiar locations and characters from the show.

Cut the Rope, a popular game released a decade ago, is getting a new daily challenge version, Cut the Rope Daily on Netflix, this summer.

LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed game is no longer free to play for everyone. It is only accessible to Netflix subscribers. The game was pulled from several stores in February and officially discontinued on April 28. It can be played on Facebook’s gaming platform until the end of 2023.

Paper Trail is a new game set in a paper world. Players fold pages and merge paths to help the protagonist, Paige, on her maiden journey. The game will be available in August on mobile devices for Netflix subscribers and on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, PC and Xbox.


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