Among the many games that are heading to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on launch day, November 10th is Bright Memory 1.0, described as a "lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres."
The game was actually released on Steam for PC last year, created by the one-man development studio FYQD using Unreal Engine, and currently holding a "Very Positive" rating on the platform.
Interested yet? You might be even more interested to know that you can now pre-order the game for just £6.69 / $7.99 on the Microsoft Store, which certainly seems reasonable for a next-gen launch title!
So, what's with the low price? Ultimately, Bright Memory 1.0 is more like a demo than a full game, only taking around an hour to complete, and just over two hours for completionists (according to How Long to Beat).
A more expanded version called Bright Memory: Infinite is in the works for Xbox Series X/S, but that game was recently pushed back to 2021, so Bright Memory 1.0 is being released to tide fans over in the meantime.
Don't expect too much from this one in terms of length, then. But if you're looking for a cheap Xbox Series launch title and a well-regarded first-person shooter to enjoy on launch day, this might be something to consider.
Bright Memory is a lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres, created by one-man development studio FYQD using Unreal Engine. Combine a wide variety of skills and abilities to unleash dazzling combo attacks. SRO (Supernatural Science Research Organization) agent Shelia's adventure is about to begin.
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