Chris Heatherly’s The Mystery Society joins Immutable

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Previously on Polygon, social deduction game The Mystery Society has announced it’s migrating to web3 gaming platform Immutable and will adopt the company’s zkEVM rollup.

Led by Club Penguin veteran, ex-Disney VP of mobile games, and ex-Universal VP of games, Chris Heatherly, the Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow studio gained traction in early 2024 unveiling it had raised $3 million for its web3 games. 

In conjunction with the news, the team also released a first beta of its inaugural title The Mystery Society. Aiming to fill a gap in the web3 gaming space, it’s described as a social party game like Among Us, but with added web3 elements including NFTs and tokens.

As such, coming to Immutable makes sense. As Heatherly commented on the move, “Immutable has been a great partner so far and we’re just getting started. They will be giving The Mystery Society a big push over the coming months.”

“We also believe in zk as the right architectural approach for games to provide scalability at a speed and cost that makes web3 seamless to gamers.”

In terms of Immutable, it provides social login through its Immutable Passport wallet solution to onboard users. The Mystery Society NFT holders can now migrate their NFTs by logging in to the game as usual and choose to migrate their assets to zkEVM.

“Polygon has supported us from the beginning and because Immutable’s zk tech is powered by Polygon, we get the best of both worlds,” concluded Heatherly.

Chris HeatherlyGreat Big Beautiful TomorrowImmutableThe Mystery Society


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