Bright Memory: Infinite was among the many standout Xbox Series X exclusives that impressed us throughout the console’s first huge displaying final 12 months. If you’ve been patiently awaiting your likelihood to expertise the sport’s fast-paced mix of first-person capturing and trendy swordplay, a brand new gameplay trailer has emerged confirming that it nonetheless has a pulse and is a wild as ever.
The recreation takes place in a futuristic model of Earth, set in 2036. An group known as the Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) has found unusual phenomena occurring within the skies and sends brokers out to research. Protagonist Sheila is one such agent, and through your investigation you’ll uncover an historic thriller related to occasions that would have an effect on the destiny of, not one, however two worlds.
Infinite serves as a full-length sequel, of types, to the unique Bright Memory by Chinese indie developer Zeng “FYQD” Xiancheng and his workforce at FYQD Studio. Similar to the story of Lost Soul Aside, Zeng developed Bright Memory single-handedly earlier than later increasing to a full workforce. Zeng first launched Bright Memory on Steam Early Access in January 2019 as a small episode that served as a demo of types for a bigger title. While it impressed many, it additionally garnered controversy after Zeng admitted to utilizing stolen enemy fashions in that first episode. Zeng claims his workforce has since changed these unique belongings and the sport exited Early Access in March 2020.
In a Steam submit, Zeng states that the event on the principle elements of Infinite are full. The workforce’s focus has now shifted to recording voice traces and the soundtrack, in addition to normal debugging. That stated, Bright Memory: Infinite nonetheless doesn’t have an actual launch date, however at this time’s trailer reconfirmed its 2021 launch window. When it does arrive, it’ll come to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
As somebody who performed the primary episode of Bright Memory, I’m pulling for Infinite to stay the touchdown. The recreation was undeniably entertaining and did an important job at making me really feel 1000 instances cooler than I actually am. However, it additionally suffered from a noticeable lack of polish that held it again from true greatness. I’m excited to see how FYQD builds on that basis.
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