Oxenfree, created by Night School Studio, is now available for Netflix members to download on iOS and Android devices and includes no ads or in-app purchases
The studio’s award-winning title was originally released in 2016, and continues to be celebrated by players for its naturalistic dialogue system, enticing storytelling, relatable characters, and art style.
Oxenfree: Netflix Edition adds requested localization support, exclusively in this release on Netflix. At launch, in-game subtitles are available in over 30 languages including: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Spanish (Latam), Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.
“Oxenfree is such a special game to so many people and launching on Netflix is a really exciting opportunity for us to introduce Alex’s story to even more people – maybe even someone who never thought they’d love playing a game,” said Sean Krankel, co-founder and studio director at Night School Studio.
“As a Netflix games studio, we have the best support to bring Oxenfree: Netflix Edition to a global audience. Our community has requested subtitles in additional languages for a long time and this release of Oxenfree: Netflix Edition truly delivers the best narrative experience for players worldwide in their local language.”
In addition, special Oxenfree merchandise is now available for fans to purchase on Netflix.shop. Customers will be able to purchase an exclusive collection, featuring an illustration collaboration with artist and horror creature designer Trevor Henderson. iam8bit and Night School Studio have collaborated with Oxenfree’s soundtrack composer scntfc on a re-release of the Oxenfree soundtrack vinyl with all-new art and limited edition colorways, pre-orders are open at iam8bit.com.
Night School Studio was founded in 2014 by cousins Sean Krankel and Adam Hines. The studio is known for player-driven narratives that “combine wonder, danger, and humor.” In 2021, the studio joined Netflix and continues to create new game worlds and story games.