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Bright Memory: Infinite Out Now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch
Includes all cosmetic DLC from PC version
July 21, 2022
3 Min Read
[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Game Developer and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press]
TOKYO – July 21, 2022 – Bright Memory: Infinite, the high-octane, visually stunning first-person shooter made by indie developer FYQD Studio and published by PLAYISM, launches today on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.
Originally released on PC in November 2021, the console ports of Bright Memory: Infinite include all the cosmetic DLC, available in one purchase, with gameplay content identical on all platforms. Bright Memory: Infinite delivers powerful gaming hardware optimization, supporting 4K resolution with raytracing on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, both running at a locked 60 frames per second, with the option of a 120 FPS performance mode, while Xbox Series S supports 1440p at 60 FPS.
Meanwhile, Nintendo Switch players enjoy a native port with gyroscopic aiming support, and multi-sampling of TAA anti-aliasing for a stylish presentation on the go. achieving ultimate crispiness in gameplay. PlayStation also offers exclusive DualSense adaptive trigger support. Xbox owners get a series of exclusive weapon skins, and a 20% discount for those who purchased the original Bright Memory.
A sudden unnatural weather disturbance in the sky interrupts Lunar New Year festivities and Supernatural Science Research Organization’s top agent, Shelia, must investigate. Immediately thrown into the heat of the action, she squares off against relentless waves of hostile and strangely futuristic soldiers armed to the teeth and giant mythical beasts straight out of Chinese folklore, while a supermassive blackhole appears in the sky and slowly engulfs the landscape.
Master the art of the sword to attack in close range and repel bullets, or fight in a traditional first shooting style, chose between a plethora of artillery for long range attacks and pair attacks with Shelia’s psychic abilities to deliver stunning combos on enemies. Evolve her speed, power and unlock special upgrades in a extensive skill tree as enemies grow feistier as she approaches what’s pushing the world to its nearing collapse.
“Today feels like a momentous day, after years of blood, sweat, and tears, Bright Memory: Infinite finally launches on consoles,” said Zeng, indie game developer, FYQD Studio. “Thanks to everyone who supported Bright Memory, Bright Memory: Infinite on PC, or just shared a kind word of support to get us here!”
Bright Memory: Infinite is now available for $19.99 on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch and supports English, Simplified Chinese, Japanese voice and text, traditional Chinese, Latin American Spanish, German, French, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, and Korean language text.
For more information, please visit the PLAYISM website, follow PLAYISM on Facebook and Twitter, and search for #BrightMemoryInfinite on social media.
Assets Bright Memory: Infinite Console Release Date Trailer
About FYQD Studio Based out of Guangxi, China, FYQD Studio is a one-ma game studio founded by Zeng, with Bright Memory being its first published title. To learn more, follow @FYQD_Studio on Twitter.
About PLAYISM Japan’s oldest indie publisher, PLAYISM is known in the West for supporting popular indie games such as Gnosia, The Good Life, Idol Manager, Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight, Touhou Luna Nights, Fight Crab, Record of Lodoss War -Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth-, the La-Mulana series, Bright Memory, and DEEEER Simulator among other titles.
PLAYISM’s motto is “Bringing a Different Breed of Indie Game to the World”.
To learn more, visit the PLAYISM official website and follow @PlayismEN on Twitter. Join the official PLAYISM Discord for news, announcements, and weekly livestreams.
Media Contacts Alissa Saito / Carter Dotson Stride PR for PLAYISM [email protected] / [email protected]
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