FYQD-Studio and Playism have announced that their first-person action game Bright Memory: Infinite will be releasing for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch on July 21, 2022.
All of the cosmetic DLC from the game’s PC version will be included in these ports, with the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 versions granting “4K at 60 FPS gameplay with raytracing, along with 120 FPS support.” PlayStation 5 will also boast adaptive DualSense trigger support. Moreover, owners of the original game on Xbox will earn a 20% discount when purchasing Infinite.
The Nintendo Switch port is confirmed to be native with gyroscopic aiming and multi-sampling of TAA anti-aliasing. Pre-orders are also currently available on this platform.
Further, every release will “support English, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese voice and text, and Traditional Chinese, Latin American Spanish, German, French, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, and Korean language text.”
Zeng, indie game developer of FYQD Studio, shared the following statement regarding these upcoming ports:
“My partners and I took the time to ensure that Bright Memory Infinite plays great no matter which system you choose. We know that Bright Memory: Infinite will set a new benchmark for what indies can do on console hardware.”
You can view the latest Bright Memory Infinite release date trailer below:
If you missed it, check out our review of Bright Memory: Infinite.
Bright Memory is set in the year 2020 in an alternate universe where a substance, known as the “Soul of Jiu Xuan,” possesses the ability to reanimate the dead. In an attempt to take possession of the substance, the “SAI” – a large terrorist organization controlling its own army – has used a cutting-edge piece of technology known as a “Quantum Transporter” to infiltrate the SRO research facility and steal top-secret and incredibly dangerous data. Players will assume the role of a skilled fighter named Shelia as she takes down any threats in her way.
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