Few have heard of the short but sweet Bright Memory, released on Steam back in March of 2020. If you’ve had the chance to play it, then the hype behind Bright Memory: Infinite is completely understandable. If not, then what are you waiting for? Go buy and play it! You even get a free copy of Bright Memory: Infinite with it, so what more could you ask for? Alright, now that my shill portion of this article is out of the way, let’s get on to the real news. Bright Memory: Infinite, which was scheduled to release this year, has received an official release date of November 11! The teams at Playism and FYQD Studio released a fresh trailer showcasing both a snippet of the game’s beauty and story in anticipation of its launch, which you can find below.
Bright Memory: Infinite takes place in the year 2036, with a strange and unexplainable weather phenomenon occurring in the skies across the world. The Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) for short is taking it upon themselves to discover its cause and has sent its agents (one of which being you, Shelia) across the world to investigate. As you and your team search for clues though, it turns out that there’s something much bigger than simple weather changes. Something that threatens to change the state of this world and another forever.
While you can get an idea of the crazy (and rather over the top) gameplay from the trailer, a description may help. The official Steam page describes the gameplay as follows:
Bright Memory: Infinite combines the FPS and action genres to deliver a high-octane experience. Mix and match available skills and abilities to unleash magnificient 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.”
All in all, Bright Memory: Infinite seeks to be a lot with its release. Not just as a beauty to the eyes, but to its feel and story as well. With a lot on its plate and an incredibly small development team, we’ll have to see if these ambitions come to fruition.
Are you excited about Bright Memory: Infinite and its release in November? Let me know!