Bright Memory: Infinite

The newest trailer for the fast-paced action/FPS Bright Memory: Infinite shows off the game’s Nvidia RTX-powered visuals.

Although the trailer appears to be pre-rendered CGI, publisher Playism claims that it uses models and environments taken from the game and rendered in real time. In any case, the footage is not representative of the gameplay already on offer in the Early Access version of the game.

Bright Memory: Infinite is set to release in full towards the end of 2020, infusing typical FPS gameplay with melee weaponry and a push towards stylish gameplay, similar to the Devil May Cry series.

The game is being developed by a FYQD Studio, a one-person studio based out of Guangxi, China.

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