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Bright Memory joins Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch line-up, Bright Memory: Infinite in 2021

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Bright Memory Image (Image credit: Playism)

What you need to know

  • Bright Memory is an intense action-packed FPS from one-man studio FYQD, and released earlier this year.
  • The studio is working on a expansion, improvement, and pseudo-sequel known as Bright Memory: Infinite, which debuts sometime in 2021.
  • The first Bright Memory has now been confirmed as a launch day title for Xbox Series X and S, and will launch November 10, 2020 on those consoles.
  • Bright Memory: Infinite promises to push the boundaries of next-gen consoles when it launches next year.

Bright Memory is an intense, genre-melding first-person-shooter that's currently available for PC's on Steam, and has been since earlier this year. It's an incredible proof-of-concept, but Bright Memory as it is now is rather short, and doesn't contain a huge amount of content. However, the game is built by one man, known as FYQD-Studio, and they're working on building onto the concept of Bright Memory with a major expansion, improvements, and much more in the sort-of-but-not-really sequel Bright Memory: Infinite.

While we all wait for baited breath for Bright Memory: Infinite, FYQD-Studio and publisher Playism have announced that the first Bright Memory is joining the growing ranks of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch titles, debuting on consoles on November 10, 2020. This will give players a chance to jump into FYQD's creation and see what Bright Memory has to offer, which is insane levels of shooter action packed into a relatively modest game. It spells big things for Bright Memory: Infinite, which will be arriving sometime in 2021, and will look amazing on Xbox Series X when it launches.

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Source: Playism (Image credit: Source: Playism)

Bright Memory: Infinite will massively expand upon the first Bright Memory, which is little more than a demo, and feature improved visuals and even ray tracing support, and frankly looks pretty incredible. It's even more notable when one realizes that one person is behind this game, making it obvious they have put a ton of work into this passion project.

If you're interested in Bright Memory: Infinite, you can already wishlist it on Steam, but you'll have to wait a little longer before pre-ordering or purchasing it on consoles. Hopefully we won't have to wait long to learn, especially with the Xbox Series X and S only a little ways away, with pre-orders opening throughout today.

Zachary Boddy
Zachary Boddy

Zachary Boddy is the Minecraft Expert and a News Writer for Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore. They have been gaming and writing for most of their life, and have been freelancing for Windows Central and its sister sites since 2019, with a focus on Xbox and PC gaming. You can find Zachary on Twitter @BoddyZachary.

1 Comment
  • I've played the mobile version and it wasn't anything to write home about, would be good to give this a try though.