Intense FPS Bright Memory: Infinite was revealed as coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X back at Inside Xbox in May, and it wowed us at the time with its stunning visuals and lightning-fast gameplay.
The game, which is the product of just a single developer’s vision (!), received its latest trailer as part of the Future Games Show on Friday night, showing off more gameplay along with some snippets of a boss fight.
Bright Memory: Infinite didn’t receive a release date when it was revealed earlier this year, but the official Xbox website is currently suggesting a 2021 release, so it might still be a little while out just yet.
Are you liking the look of Bright Memory: Infinite? Let us know your thoughts on the trailer below.
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Being made by one person it is darn impressive but I can’t think that this will be a huge game or that it will be a wide open adventure but who knows?
@Tharsman I imagine PC. Then again Microsoft have mishandled so much lately it wouldn’t surprise me if they unceremoniously accidentally did this as their 1st actual XSX gameplay reveal.
Also a slight correction for the article, the original version of Bright Memory was all done by just one guy. Bright Memory Infinite is basically the remaster and he has access to a development support studio.
Given this is a remaster I could find out how long it is bearing in mind there could be a lot of added content.
@Medic_Alert It’s more of tech demo then. As long as it is on gamepass it isn’t exactly a problem
@Medic_Alert Yeah it took me about an hour to complete it on PC a few months ago (March? April?) when it launched.
Edit: It was also something like €5 on Steam at the time, slight sale from it’s usual €8
@BrilliantBill Yeah I think that’s fair comment, as @Menchi says though, if it is on Gamepass it’s fine.
Cynical old me says if feels a bit wrong putting it in a games showcase the way they have given it is so short.
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