With today’s announcement at the Future Games Show, Bright Memory: Infinite, an aesthetically stunning high-octane first-person shooter from FYQD Studio and PLAYISM, will be available on PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. alongside the previously announced Xbox Series X|S edition.
Ray tracing with reflections is supported at 60fps on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game. Additionally, a performance mode that runs at 120fps is also available for those who want to the best possible experience during a fight. DualSense adaptive triggering features are only available on the PlayStation 5 in this edition.
However, the Nintendo Switch, which runs locally on hardware and not in the cloud, has gyro aiming capability and TAA anti-aliasing multi-sampling for stunning mobile presentation. Downloadable content (DLC) from the PC version will also be included in the console versions.
A first-person shooter with the intensity of a hack-and-slash action game, Bright Memory: Infinite was originally released on PC in 2021. Combine modern troops and demons from ancient Chinese mythology with various weapons, acrobatic moves and mental skills. A vast and branching skill tree can unlock new powers and upgrades.
Players will take on the role of Shelia in Bright Memory: Infinite, the Special Agent, and solve the riddle of why a black hole appeared during the Chinese New Year festivities. Armed to the teeth, Shelia confronts those who wish to exploit this phenomenon and the creatures it produces. Discover two parallel universes intertwined in time and the mysterious masked character at their center.
Indie game creator, FYQD Studio said: “I realize people had to wait a little longer, but my partners and I felt we wanted to take as long as possible to bring Bright Memory: Infinite to consoles. We used the extra time to refine the game on every platform. Despite my confidence in the game’s availability, it still feels like a “miracle” to play Bright Memory: Infinite on consoles.”
With text and voice support in English, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese, as well as Traditional Chinese, Latin American Spanish, and German, Bright Memory: Infinite will be available later this year on Xbox. One X|S, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Changer.
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