Bright Memory: Infinite, the improved version of Bright Memory developed by FYQD Studio and distributed by PLAYISM, has returned to show itself in a brand new launch trailer, setting the release date on PC for November 11, 2021. The game may be downloaded for free by anyone who bought the original Bright Memory and will also arrive on Xbox “soon” and on PlayStation later.
Bright Memory is a sci-fi shooter developed by a single individual, Chinese Zeng Xiancheng, at FYQD Studio. The original version of the game had been released in 2019 on Steam and had been incredibly successful, so much so that the developer was convinced to announce a reboot. Bright Memory: Infinite brings Agent Shelia’s adventure back in 4K / 60fps, with even more spectacular Unreal Engine 4 graphics and even smoother combat.
The game is set in the year 2036, in an expanding futuristic metropolis. After a strange and inexplicable phenomenon begins to darken the skies, the Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) sends agents to different regions to investigate the phenomenon. These strange phenomena are soon linked to an ancient mystery, and it will be up to Agent Sheila to prevent a massacre from happening.
Bright Memory: Infinite will debut on November 11 on PC and later on consoles, first on Xbox and then on Playstation. The next-gen version will run at 4K / 60fps, while those for Xbox One and PS4 will have to settle for an experience with a few more limitations.