The game in question is Immortality, a psychological thriller adventure game developed by Sam Barlow’s Half Mermaid Productions and published by Annapurna Interactive. It was released in July 2022 for PC and Xbox Series X/S, and it was also made available on Android and iOS mobile devices through Netflix.
In a recent tweet, Barlow pointed out that Immortality is leaving Xbox Game Pass on the same day that Starfield is joining the service. This prompted a question from a fan asking if Immortality would be coming to PS5. Barlow replied that he is “working on it,” which indicates that the game is indeed planned for PlayStation’s latest console.
Immortality is a highly-rated game, with an average Metacritic score of 84. It has been praised for its unique gameplay mechanics, which involve piecing together fragments of a deceased actress’s life through her movies, and its mind-bending narrative.
The news that Immortality is coming to PS5 is a good sign for gamers who want more choice and flexibility in where they play their games. It also suggests that Microsoft is becoming more open to releasing its games on other platforms, which could be a positive development for the gaming industry as a whole.
As for whether or not the Xbox Series S competes with the PS5, that’s a matter of opinion. The PS5 is the more powerful console, but the Xbox Series S is more affordable and has a smaller form factor. Ultimately, the best console for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.