Along with confirming Nvidia DLSS and GeForce RTX support for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Dying Light 2 Stay Human, Nvidia revealed that Bright Memory: Infinite would receive the same. A new trailer has been released showcasing ray-traced shadows, reflections, caustics and global illumination. Check it out below.
Over on Steam, FYQD-Studio provided an update on development, noting that the soundtrack, DLC skins, voice work and menu UI had been completed. The title is now in the final polishing phase – for the next two months, the developer is focusing on optimizing the combat, performance, difficulty and much more along with fixing bugs. A new 10 minute gameplay trailer is also planned for the “near future” along with new details on the story, systems and content.
Nvidia announced that Bright Memory: Infinite would release in late 2021, though the developer said it would be “later in 2021.” Regardless, it seems that the first person hack and slash action adventure will make its release window. It’s currently in development for Xbox Series X/S and PC. Those who own Bright Memory on Steam will receive Infinite for free.