The narrative-heavy game, Immortality is now free on mobile devices, so long as users have a Netflix account. The game was recently nominated for 3 categories in The Game Awards 2022. The categories are Best Narrative, Best Game Direction, and the game’s lead was nominated for Best Performance. If you have an account and a tablet or mobile device capable of playing Immortality on Netflix, keep reading for a quick and easy guide.
What is Immortality?
Immortality is a video-based interactive fiction game. It’s brought to us by Half Mermaid Productions and directed by Sam Barlow, known for Telling Lies and Her Story. It deals with the mysterious movie star Marissa Marcel. Her films either never see a public release or fall apart during the process. Players are granted the reels of the abandoned films to figure out what happened to the movies and the actress, who has since disappeared.
Playing Immortality on Netflix
To play Immortality on Netflix, you’ll need at least 12GB of storage space on your phone. Then, go to the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, or the Netflix App and download Immortality. Once you have the app, you can sign into Netflix and start playing. Here are step-by-step instructions:
- Visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Stores and install Immortality.
- Hit the Play button.
- Hit Continue.
- Log into your Netflix account.
- Wait for Immortality to download.
- Enjoy the game!
You may need to free up some storage. Because the game is based on movie clips, the file size is large.
Immortality System Requirements
According to the official Netflix support page for Immortality, the minimum system requirements are:
- Android: Android 8.0, 2GB of RAM, supported chipset/device
- Chipsets not supported: Mediatek MT6765, MT6765V/CB, MT6765V/CA, MT6765V/WB & MT6765G
- Popular devices not supported include: Galaxy A12 & A03s; LG K35, K51S, K61, K71, Q61 & Stylo 6; Moto G8 Power Lite; Oppo A5s, A15 & A31
- iOS: iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: iOS/iPADOS 15
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