Bright Memory: Infinite Revealed for PS5, Switch at Future Games Show
Bright Memory: Infinite, the high-octane, visually stunning first-person shooter made by indie developer FYQD Studio and published by PLAYISM, will shoot-and-slash onto Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 5 alongside the previously-announced Xbox Series X|S version as revealed at the Future Games Show.
Armed with an array of explosive firearms and bullet-blocking blade techniques, run through soldiers as well as mythological beasts with speed and agility using acrobatic maneuvers. Find out what evil master plan caused a catastrophic rift to open in the sky. Enjoy the intense action with raytracing at 60 FPS or 120 FPS performance mode on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, while the Switch version runs natively and boasts anti-aliasing and gyro controls.
On the other end of the power spectrum, the Nintendo Switch version, which runs natively on hardware and not through the cloud, features multi-sampling of TAA anti-aliasing for a stylish presentation on the go, along with gyroscopic aiming support. Each console edition will include all the cosmetic DLC from the PC version with the base game.
Initially released in 2021 on PC, Bright Memory: Infinite combines the skillful gunplay of first-person shooters with the intense swordplay of hack-and-slash action games. Combine shots, slashes, acrobatic maneuvers, and psychic powers to combo through futuristic soldiers and demons from ancient Chinese mythology. Unlock new abilities through a deep, branching skill tree revealing new powers and upgrades.
Uncover the mystery behind why a black hole opened up during Chinese New Year celebrations as the special agent Shelia. Armed to the teeth, Shelia squares off with forces seeking to harness this phenomenon and the beasts emerging from it. Lay bare the unfathomable truth about two intertwining worlds and timelines as well as the mysterious masked man behind it all.
“I know people had to wait a bit longer, but my partners and I decided we needed to take as much time as possible to make Bright Memory: Infinite shine on consoles,” said Zeng, indie game developer, FYQD Studio. “We used that extra time to optimize the game on each device. I was confident about getting Bright Memory: Infinite on consoles, but playing the game on those platforms still feels like a miracle.”
Bright Memory: Infinite releases later this year for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch, featuring support for English, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese voice and text, and Traditional Chinese, Latin American Spanish, German, French, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, and Korean language text.