Bright Memory, an FPS made by a solo developer at FYQD Studio, has just left early access today, it also has launched with new content. A New Trailer was also released showcasing new enemies and environments and weather effects in the squeal title Bright Memory Infinite. Bright Memory Infinite will launch on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One alongside PC in Q4 2020, and owners of the first game will also receive a free copy upon release. We will now go into everything you need to know about Bright Memory’s full release.
A High-Octane, Visually Stunning FPS
The game leaves early access with a 1.0 update that introduces an office lady skin bringing the total skins for the game’s main character sheila up to four. The update will also add five new subtitled languages to the game: Latin American Spanish, German, French, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese. It was also confirmed by the sole developer Xiancheng Zeng that this would be the last update for the game and this is what he said: “This update may be the last for this version of Bright Memory, but that just means I can pour all my efforts into the development of Bright Memory: Infinite to maximize the impact of its fast-paced combat and gorgeous ray-tracing.”
About Bright memory
The game’s story revolves around the discovery of a mysterious, strange substance that can bring the dead back to life. A Private Military organization seeks to steal the substance for themselves, and while in an attempt to steal it, the game’s main character sheila is warped to a strange island. On this island, there are countless hordes of dragons and demons and resurrected undead, and this is where the game takes place. The game also features a stylish combo-focused sword and gun-play system and many enemies to fight from futuristic soldiers to mythological creatures. You check the game out here at its steam store page and here for the GOG store page.