Netflix makes ‘Squid Game’ more realistic

Netflix makes 'Squid Game' more realistic

Netflix will launch a new type of game, allowing (almost) every fan to take part in gruesome games.

Netflix has come up with a perfect solution for people who salivate to participate while watching the South Korean series squid game. Soon everyone will be able to take part in deadly games without a fatal outcome via the virtual reality game, which Netflix developed specifically for it.

Netflix has announced a partnership with game studio Immersive Gamebox. Together, they will develop a multiplayer VR game that will allow enthusiastic fans to compete in simulated versions of popular challenges from the series.

Players will be able to lose lives or win virtual money based on their performance in popular challenges such as “Red Light and Green Light”, “Marbles” and “Squid Game”. The game is powered by a combination of VR (Virtual Reality) and motion sensor technology.

When can the game be played?
The new game will be released on September 21 in nine locations across the United States. There will also be four locations in the UK.

Participation is limited to players 16 years of age or older. A 60-minute tour will cost between 20 and 40 euros, depending on the location. Unfortunately, the launch in the Netherlands has not been announced.

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