Bright Memory: Infinite has got an official console release date. Already out on PC which LV1 Gaming has reviewed that was back in November of last year. The PC version on Steam is currently well received with a Very Positive rating. At the time of writing it is rated very positive for 92% of all reviews which is 26,801.
Also, it seems it isn’t Xbox console exclusive anymore. We have this information because the game can be found on other platform stores. It’s on the Nintendo eShop and PlayStation store with a listing for a Gold Edition. Both stores have a listing with a launch date of 21st July. The Xbox store however doesn’t list a date but has a store listing for a Platinum Edition.
Bright Memory Infinite’s Story
We first saw this title in 2020 when we saw the reveal of the Xbox Series X/S launch. Around the time of the Xbox Series X console launch, people got a sample of what Bright Memory Infinite will offer with Bright Memory. If we look at Bright Memory: Infinite’s description we see the following.
Bright Memory: Infinite is an epic fusion of the FPS and action genres brought to you by indie developer FYQD-Studio. Combine a range of skills and abilities to unleash dazzling combos on your enemies.
Story: In the year 2036, a strange phenomenon for which scientists can find no explanation has occurred in the skies around the world. The Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) has sent agents out to various regions to investigate this phenomenon. It is soon discovered that these strange occurrences are connected to an archaic mystery – an as-of-yet unknown history of two worlds, about to come to light…
Gameplay: Bright Memory: Infinite combines the FPS and action genres to deliver a high-octane experience. Mix and match available skills and abilities to unleash magnificent combos on your enemies. Your trusted sword allows you to slash through crowds of enemies and even repel their gunfire. The guns you come across in-game can be customized with a variety of ammunitions. Choose between incendiary bombs, sticky grenades, homing missiles, and more to suit your situation.
Thanks to an article from the Xbox Hub we can play this at 60fps with ray tracing or with the 120 fps performance mode. The Nintendo Switch version appears to be a download as well, so why isn’t it on Xbox One or PlayStation 4? Since it will be playable on the Switch, it’s a mystery why it isn’t available on previous-gen consoles.