Update: It's now also been confirmed that Bright Memory: Infinite will be 20% off for anyone who owns Bright Memory 1.0 on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. In addition, the Xbox version will feature five free exclusive weapon skins, and the Xbox Series S variant will support 1440p resolution at 60 frames per-second, which seems impressive!
Original story: We've been waiting a long time for Bright Memory: Infinite to get a release date for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, and leaked store listings on the Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo stores reveal that it's finally arriving on July 21st.
The game is described as "a lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres", and was one of the first titles revealed for the Xbox Series X back in early 2020. The original Bright Memory 1.0 is already available for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, arriving for the two consoles as part of their launch lineups in November 2020.
"Bright Memory: Infinite combines the FPS and action genres to deliver a high-octane experience. Mix and match available skills and abilities to unleash magnificent combos on your enemies.
Your trusted sword allows you to slash through crowds of enemies and even repel their gunfire. The guns you come across in-game can be customized with a variety of ammunitions. Choose between incendiary bombs, sticky grenades, homing missiles, and more to suit your situation."
Last month, it was revealed that Bright Memory: Infinite would feature ray tracing and support for a 120fps performance mode, but unfortunately there's no Xbox One version — it's just Series X and Series S for now. The game is already available for PC, where it holds a "Very Positive" rating on Steam based on over 26,000 reviews.
You can check out more details about the game below, along with some screenshots.
Bright Memory: Infinite is an epic fusion of the FPS and action genres brought to you by indie developer FYQD-Studio. Combine a range of skills and abilities to unleash dazzling combos on your enemies.
Excited to finally get hands-on with Bright Memory: Infinite this month? Tell us down below.
Considering the price of the 1.0 version, I don't think we'll be getting it for free like the PC owners did.
And I find it curious that there isn't a last gen release when they are doing one for the switch lol.
This a gamepass title? It's been so long ago that I saw the announcement that i don't remember it it was supposed to be in there, i think it was.
Should be a Game Pass title
Looks really interesting, well worth a try if its on GP.
@Krzzystuff This will not be a Game Pass title. I'll give you forgetting since it's been quite a while since this was announced, but it coming to Game Pass was never mentioned. It would also likely say it on the thumbnail in the video above if it was.
I think this was originally supposed to be a timed console exclusive on Xbox, but it's taken so long that it's coming to PS5 and Switch now too.
People on PC that bought Bright Memory were supposed to get this for free, but I suppose console owners get screwed.
No mention of a free upgrade for console users at all ?
Edit : apparently not , those who purchased bright memory won't be getting a free upgrade like pc users but we get 20% off
Q) Excited to finally get hands-on with Bright Memory: Infinite this month?
A) Very much so and the end of the month is perfect timing for me (gives me a bit of breathing room for more Rogue Legacy 2 and to start playing Nintendo Switch Sports). Bright Memory was my primary launch game with the Xbox Series X so I've long been anticipating Infinite.
The original was very short and pretty shaky. That really didn't match up with the amazing looking trailers so my expectations are pretty low for this.
They showed this game originally as it being an Xbox console exclusive, and was shown at a show that almost ever other game in it was going to be on Game Pass day one. So a lot of people thought this was going to be a Game Pass game, I even kinda forgot that it wasnt honestly. If it is not going to be exclusive at all for Xbox, then I really wish it was on Game Pass.
The game play I saw of the game about 3 months ago was really good. It gots me ready to buy this game for sure, but if it is not a full length game, I am not going to buy it for full price that is for sure
I remember it being advertised as day one game pass.
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