Valiant Hearts: Coming Home might find a new home on consoles after previously launching as a Netflix exclusive for mobile devices. According to VGC, the Brazil ratings board listed the sequel as arriving sometime this year for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One.
First released in February 2023, Valiant Hearts: Coming Home was the start of a three-game agreement between Ubisoft and Netflix. The partnership was originally unveiled at Ubisoft Forward in 2022, headlined by an Assassin’s Creed game that still hasn’t been released. Mighty Quest Rogue Palace followed the Valiant Hearts sequel when it launched in April 2023.
It’s been roughly a year now since Valiant Hearts: Coming Home launched, possibly pointing to a year of Netflix exclusivity. However, nothing has officially been announced by Ubisoft. GameSpot’s Valiant Hearts: Coming Home review notes that it’s “a heart-wrenching tale that buffers rudimentary gameplay.” The first game in the series was 2014’s Valiant Hearts: The Great War, which then arrived on Switch in 2018.
In December, Netflix announced a 2024 games slate that includes Sonic Mania Plus, Cozy Grove 2, and Game Dev Tycoon. The streaming service also added the Grand Theft Auto PS2 trilogy for mobile devices at the time. These titles are included with a subscription to the streaming service.