Kicking off this month's Inside Xbox presentation - along with the swanky new Xbox 20/20 event - was Playism's Bright Memory: Infinite. It's a first-person sci-fi shooter created by a "team" of just one person, which is mighty impressive given what we saw.
Bright Memory: Infinite is set in a sprawling future city during the year 2036. You'll play as SRO (Supernatural Science Research Organization) member Shelia as she navigates various worlds and timelines. Playism mastermind Zeng Xiancheng says you'll navigate spaceships that can travel through time, battle ancient samurai, and explore a wormhole that has appeared on Earth. You can check out the Inside Xbox reveal trailer for Bright Memory: Infinite right here:
In gameplay terms, Bright Memory: Infinite is a high-octane, fast-paced first-person shooter. Xiancheng (who works as FYQD Studio) says the gameplay is designed to allow players to create their own personalized fighting style. You can combine a number of different skills, including platforming, grappling, and melee combat, in order to arrive at an approach that works for you. According to Xiancheng, the Xbox Series X facilitates high-quality visual effects including dynamic weather scenes and wormhole effects.
You'll be able to get your hands on Bright Memory: Infinite on Xbox Series X at some point in the future. We don't have a solid release date for the game yet, but Xiancheng says he'll be sharing more on the game soon. In the meantime, you can get in touch with Xiancheng on Twitter. Looks like fans of fluid first-person shooters like Titanfall 2 and Doom Eternal are gonna dig this one.
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