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One Of Xbox’s Acclaimed Games Of 2022 Heads To PS5 This Month


Exciting News for PS5 Users: Former Xbox Console Exclusive Coming Your Way

A standout title that graced Xbox Series X and S consoles in 2022 is set to make its debut on PlayStation 5 later this month. While 2022 might not have been a groundbreaking year for Xbox on the first-party front, it saw the arrival of several outstanding third-party games that delighted Xbox fans. Now, one of these exceptional third-party games is venturing onto PS5, offering PlayStation users the chance to experience the acclaimed title.

Scheduled for release at the end of January, Immortality has been officially announced for PS5. Developed by Half Mermaid, Immortality is the latest creation from Sam Barlow, renowned for his work on Her Story. After initially launching on Xbox Series X/S in 2022, Immortality also found its way to PC. Now, it is making its PlayStation 5 debut on January 23, 2024, with a retail price of $19.99.

 scene from Immortality.

To underscore Immortality’s positive reception on Xbox, the game secured an impressive 88/100 aggregate score from critics on the Metacritic reviews platform. It emerged as one of the highest-reviewed games of the year on Xbox, with its Metascore trailing behind only Elden Ring, Persona 5 Royal, Deathloop, and Rogue Legacy 2. The arrival of Immortality on PS5 is a significant development, and it’s a game that PlayStation enthusiasts should undoubtedly have on their radar.

For those seeking more information about Immortality and its content, the game’s official trailer and description provide an immersive glimpse into the narrative:

“Marissa Marcel would have been a star. She made three movies, but none of them were ever released. And Marissa Marcel disappeared.

Immortality is an interactive trilogy from Sam Barlow, creator of Her Story. Use the cinematic ability to teleport from scene to scene to explore a treasure trove of newly unearthed footage from the three lost films of Marissa Marcel and traverse decades of movie history.”