Bright Memory Out Today for Xbox Series X/S, Launch Trailer Released

The initial Bright Memory retails for $7.99 on next-gen consoles.

Posted By | On 09th, Nov. 2020

Bright Memory

FYQD-Studio is prepping Bright Memory Infinite for PC and Xbox Series X/S. But before that, publisher Playism is releasing Bright Memory today for Microsoft’s next-gen consoles. It will be available for $7.99 via the Microsoft Store – check out the launch trailer below.

Bright Memory is intriguing because it was initially developed by a single person. It combines first person shooting with hack and slash action and a sleek art-style. There’s even a story with SRO agent Sheila who travels to an ancient island and fights for survival against mythical threats. Of course, how much the story really matter remains to be seen, especially with all the crazy combos that players can pull off.

As for Bright Memory Infinite, it’s essentially a full-fledged game with Sheila still serving as the protagonist. Currently, it’s slated to release in 2021 for PC and Xbox Series X/S with owners of Bright Memory on the former receiving a free upgrade to the full version. Stay tuned for more details on it in the coming months.


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