Netflix is expanding its game library with two new titles. The streaming service announced on Monday that it has obtained exclusive mobile rights to Dust & Neon and Highwater, two upcoming titles from indie publisher Rogue Games.
The former will be released first, on February 16th for Android, iOS, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Dust & Neon, like previous Netflix releases, is free to download and play on mobile if you have a Netflix subscription.
The same will be true when Highwater arrives at a later date. Furthermore, neither game will include advertisements or in-app microtransactions.
Dust & Neon is described as a rogue-lite twin-stick shooter by Rogue Games. The game appears to be a cross between Steamworld Dig and West of Dead in terms of style.
One unique aspect of the game is that you must manually reload your firearms. According to Rogue Games, each weapon has its own reload animation, and there are nearly 2,000 guns to find in the game.
Meanwhile, Highwater is an adventure strategy game set in a world devastated by climate change.
It’s a title with a lot of buzz surrounding it, thanks in part to the fact that it was first shown off at Summer Game Fest last year.