Bright memory infinite trailer

Bright Memory: Infinite is a stylish sci-fi mix of gunplay and melee, featuring both first-person shooter and action elements. Impressively, the game is designed by a one-man development studio, FYQD-Studio. Judging from Bright Memory: Infinite gameplay trailer, it looks like it will deliver the goods, with some stunning graphics and exciting gameplay. Along with the trailer, Bright Memory: InfiniteĀ also finally has a release date set for November 11.

The gameplay trailer shows off some of the game’s combat, a mixture of both guns and fist fighting. Explosions, gunpowder, and dramatic screams highlight the trailer, which is exactly what you’re looking for in a game like this. We also get a brief glimpse of the game’s story and voice acting, which are… interesting, to say the least.


Stylish violence

The game takes place in the year 2036, where a strange phenomenon has taken over the skies around the world. An organization called the Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) sends agents out to investigate this issue, where they find these occurrences are linked to an even larger threat. There’s a bigger history between two worlds that’s about to be exposed.

There’s a lot of shooting and action gameplay in the trailer, with lots of different guns. We saw some sword fighting as well, slashing through enemies and different bosses. You can even repel gunfire using the sword. The guns you come across can also be customized with different ammunition, like bombs, grenades, or homing missiles.

You can check out the trailer for Bright Memory: Infinite below. The game is set to release on November 11 for Steam. Fortunately, for fans of the original game, owners of Bright Memory will be able to upgrade to this game for free. Meanwhile, you can also download the Bright Memory: Infinite Ray Tracing Benchmark on Steam, which allows you to test performance before buying.

Joshua Chu
Joshua is a freelance writer and a passionate gamer, from thriving at JRPGs like Persona or struggling to land a shot in your favorite FPS game.

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