First-person shooter Bright Memory: Infinite managed to steal the show during yesterday’s Xbox Series X showcase thanks to its frantic action, wonderful graphics, and the story of its one-man development team.
“I am so excited to have the chance to announce to the world that my indie game Bright Memory: Infinite will officially be released on the Xbox Series X once development is complete,” says Bright Memory: Infinite developer Zeng Xiancheng via a recent blog post. “It is very humbling to witness the advent of Microsoft’s next-generation console and what it can do.”
Bright Memory is described as a “sprawling, futuristic metropolis in the year 2036.” It stars a character named Shelia who is part of the mysterious Supernatural Science Research Organization. Said organization has access to high-end futuristic weaponry, which is quite handy considering that Shelia must do battle with samurai who seem to have traveled through time for…um…reasons.
The story seems fun enough, but its Bright Memory‘s visuals and lighting fast gameplay that is really catching everyone’s attention. Based on what we’ve seen so far, it appears that Bright Memory’s combat combines melee weapons, guns, and various gadgets that let you quickly navigate the environment. The result is a lightning-fast form of action that immediately brings names like Devil May Cry to mind.