In addition to its existing home on Solana, the video game title Project Eluüne: StarGarden is going to be launched on the cross-chain platform Polygon by the game developer Arrivant, which is located in Los Angeles.
The group mentioned Polygon’s “dedication to sustainability” and “recent hirings of AAA talent” as driving factors in their decision to work for the company. It acknowledged in a statement that the decision to relocate was made prior to the Slope exploit that took place on Solana the previous week, and that it intends to conduct operations across various chains moving ahead.
Arrivant was established in the early 2020 by Gamelin, Meghan McWilliams, and Ramin Shokiradze. The company recently stated that it is finishing up a seed investment round of $5 million at a value of $35 million. The funding round was headed by C2 Ventures, and it included participation from Polygon as well as 6th Man, Lightspeed, and other companies.
The company intends to use the money toward expanding its workforce and concentrating on offering early access to the game by the beginning of the first quarter of 2023.
A fictional universe called StarGardens serves as the setting for Project Eluüne, which gives players the opportunity to capture, create, train, improve, and combine various species of animals. The gameplay revolves on the formation of tribes, similar to that of guilds or clans, and will also include non-transferable tokens that are soulbound.