The Nintendo Switch features multi-sampling of TAA anti-aliasing along with gyro support, while the PS5 version also features DualSense support.
Bright Memory: Infinite on consoles has a release date, and it's set for this month. The release date was revealed on the Japanese PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, and Nintendo eShop.
The fast-paced first person shooter launched for PC in November last year, and has had an Xbox Series X/S version announced since 2020.
Bright Memory Infinite borrows some of the better ideas from modern first-person shooters and combines them with its own flashy identity to great effect.
The first person hack and slash title is out on November 11th for PC. It doesn't have a release date for Xbox Series X/S but is coming "soon."
The first person shooter/hack and slash title will retail for $19.99 on Steam and GOG with Bright Memory owners receiving it for free.
The title is now in the final polishing stage with a new 10 minute gameplay trailer and more details coming in the "near future."
FYQD-Studio's first person shooter has impressed with each of its showings so far, and continues that trend with its newest trailer.
The trailer shows off the game's gorgeous graphics, a stealth kill, driving, combat, and even a boss battle against a huge enemy.
New screens showcase action-packed set-pieces and new foes. Gameplay development also appears to be complete, as per FYQD-Studio.
General Lin seems to be the big bad you'll be facing off against.
The initial Bright Memory retails for $7.99 on next-gen consoles.
The shooter is looking pretty good.
The original version will arrive on the console before Bright Memory Infinite.
The slick shooter also shows off melee combat, acrobatic traversal, and more.
The indie shooter shows more action in this Chinese trailer.
The stylish first person hack-n-slash shooter will be coming to Microsoft's next-gen platform.