Studio Arrivant’s project will be cross chain after an announcement to launch on Polygon.
Based in L.A gaming studio Arrivant is busy working on their Solana based game Project Eluüne:StarGarden. The team has announced that the game will be cross-chain and launch on Polygon along with Solana.
The “dedication to sustainability” of Polygon and the recent hiring of great talent is what led the team to this decision. Arrivant CEO Cedric Gamelin spoke on the decision to go to Polygon, “ WE believe Polygon is building an environment well-suited to welcome the next generation of gamers”
Gamelin founded Arrivant in early 2020 with Meghan McWilliams and RAmin Shokiradze. The company announced it is finalizing $5 million in a seed funding round of $35 million. The round was led by C2 Ventures and was joined by Polygon, 6th Man, and Lightspeed.
Project Eluüne is a game where players will recruit, craft, train, upgrade, and merge small creatures in a floating fantasy world consisting of small islands named StarGardens. The game features NFTs which can be used to form tribes and be traded.
Polygon Studios has been busy investing in projects in web3 as the company is the third most active company when it comes to investing , behind Animoca Brands and Coinbase Ventures.