An introduction trailer for The Queen’s Gambit: Chess, a mobile game, was unveiled during Netflix’s Geeked Week 2022 event last week. In 2020, there was a period drama miniseries starring Anya Taylor-Joy called The Queen’s Gambit, which inspired the forthcoming chess simulator. Since Stranger Things and Money Heist were the subject of previous Netflix mobile games, The Queen’s Gambit is the next to get its own interactive tie-in.
Beth Harmon, played by Anya Taylor-Joy in the miniseries adaptation of Walter Tevis’ novel The Queen’s Gambit, is the show’s protagonist. To add insult to injury, Harmon is an orphan from Kentucky who has developed a dependency to tranquilizer tablets that her institution administers. Her ability to see the board in her mind allows her to play chess at the highest levels of competition, and she has several intricate relationships with people throughout the world as a result. Taylor-portrayal Joy’s in the miniseries was widely praised upon its premiere, and the series will soon have a video game partner.
Through an introduction trailer that Netflix put to YouTube, the Geeked Week 2022 event hosted by Netflix debuted The Queen’s Gambit Chess, a mobile chess game. In the award-winning miniseries, users may take on Beth Harmon’s role in an interactive mobile game. Gamers of all skill levels will be able to take classes, solve puzzles, or engage in chess matches anywhere they go with the Queen’s Gambit: Chess app. The Queen’s Gambit: Chess features real-life opponents from the show, allowing players to enjoy Beth Harmon’s meteoric rise to fame.
One of the best miniseries of all time has a gripping storyline, a genuine time period and passionate depiction of chess in general. Players may now play as Beth Harmon, Anya Taylor-character Joy’s in the series, in an accessible smartphone game. The Queen’s Gambit: Chess has a range of settings that will keep any chess lover captivated to the board.