Bright Memory: Infinite – Coming To PS5, Xbox Series And Switch! [VIDEO]

Bright Memory: Infinite, the first-person action game currently available on PC, will be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and Switch on 21 July, announced publisher PLAYISM and developer FYQD-Studio.


Bright Memory: Infinite Gold Edition is listed on the PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop, while Bright Memory: Infinite Platinum Edition is listed on the Microsoft Store. The Microsoft Store does not list the Gold Edition, while the PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop list the Platinum Edition. At this time, the difference in content is unclear.


Bright Memory: Infinite will first be released for PC on 11 November 2021 via Steam and GOG.

Here’s an overview of the game via PLAYISM:

“Both the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 versions support 60 frames per second raytracing with mirroring, with 120 frames per second performance mode available for those looking for the smoothest combat experience. The PlayStation 5 version also features DualSense adaptive triggering, available only in this edition.

At the other end of the performance spectrum, the Nintendo Switch version, which runs natively on hardware rather than through the cloud, also features TAA anti-aliasing with more sampling and gyroscopic aiming support for a stylish look on the go. Each console edition includes all downloadable cosmetic content from the PC version along with the base game.

Originally due out on PC in 2021, Bright Memory: Infinite combines the deft shooting of first-person shooters with the intense swordplay of hack-and-slash action games. Combine shots, slashes, acrobatic manoeuvres and psychic powers to fight your way through futuristic soldiers and demons from ancient Chinese mythology. Unlock new abilities through a deep, branching skill tree that unlocks new capabilities and upgrades.

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Watch the new trailer below.

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