Immortality is Out Now on Xbox Series X/S and PC

The narrative title is coming "very soon" for Apple and Android on Netflix, with the developer taking extra time to ensure "the best possible experience."

Posted By | On 30th, Aug. 2022

Immortality

Half Mermaid Productions’ narrative title Immortality is now available for Xbox Series X/S and PC, along with launching on Game Pass. Directed by Sam Barlow of Her Story and Telling Lies fame, it offers a mystery centered on three unreleased fictional films and the disappearance of their star, Marissa Marcel. Check out the launch trailer below.

As “Barlow,” players essentially sift through clips of three films – The Monk (1968), Minksy (1970) and Two of Everything (1999). Closely examining each clip will unveil more footage, interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and more. What are the connections between each, and how do they pertain to Marcel’s disappearance? It’s ultimately up to the player to find out.

Though Immortality is exclusive to Xbox and PC at launch, it will release “very soon” on Apple and Android on Netflix. In a press release, producer Natalie Watson said the team is taking “some extra time on our mobile release to ensure it’s the best possible experience for Netflix members around the world.” Stay tuned for more details on other platforms in the coming months.


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