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Infinite’ Is Coming To PS5 And Nintendo Switch

Bright Memory: Infinite, a blend of first-person shooter and a hack-and-slash title, has often stood out whenever it has popped up in gaming showcases thanks to its impressive visuals. It made another appearance during today’s Future Games Show, along with news about other ways to play it.

FYQD Studio and publisher Playism previously announced that the game is coming to Xbox Series X/S. Now, they have revealed Bright Memory: Infinite is on the way to PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch as well.

There’s a promise that the Xbox and PlayStation versions will offer raytracing with reflections at 60 fps. There will also be a 120 fps performance mode. On PS5, Bright Memory: Infinite will take advantage of the DualSense controller’s adaptive triggers.

The game will run natively on Switch rather than via the cloud. That version will have multi-sampling of TAA anti-aliasing and support for gyroscopic aiming. I’m definitely curious to find out what the performance is like on Switch.

All three console versions will include DLC cosmetics from the PC version as part of the base game. A new trailer once again showed off gorgeous graphics, but it was disappointing to see protagonist Shelia being objectified with skimpy outfits.

Bright Memory: Infinite was released on PC in 2021. The Series X/S edition has been delayed, but it will arrive later this year alongside the Switch and PS5 versions. There will be support for English, Simplified Chinese and Japanese audio and text, as well as Traditional Chinese, Latin American Spanish, German, French, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian and Korean subtitles.

“I know people had to wait a bit longer, but my partners and I decided we needed to take as much time as possible to make Bright Memory: Infinite shine on consoles,” Zeng, the founder of FYQD Studio, said. “We used that extra time to optimize the game on each device. I was confident about getting Bright Memory: Infinite on consoles, but playing the game on those platforms still feels like a miracle.”

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