On July 21, the first-person shooter video game Bright Memory: Infinite will be available for purchase on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch. Listings for the game that were found on the Japanese versions of the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, and Nintendo eShop each provided information regarding the console release date for the game.
The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions demonstrate the strength of the most recent gaming hardware with support for 4K resolution and raytracing while maintaining a fixed 60 fps per second. Those with suitable displays can activate the 120 FPS option, which achieves the smoothest gameplay with the least amount of input lag and supports DualSense adaptive triggers, which are exclusive to the PlayStation.
While this is going on, Nintendo Switch users may enjoy a native port that is portable and supports gyroscopic aiming as well as multiple TAA anti-aliasing samples. The Nintendo eShop now accepts preorders. Bright Memory: Infinite is discounted by 20% for previous Xbox Series X|S owners of Bright Memory. The content is the identical across all console releases, and the game’s retail price includes all paid cosmetic DLC from the PC version.
It appears that the various iterations of Bright Memory go by different names. Bright Memory: Infinite Gold Edition is currently available for purchase on both the PlayStation Store and the Nintendo eShop. However, the game is referred to as Bright Memory: Infinite Platinum Edition when it is listed on Xbox. At this time, it is unclear whether there will be any noticeable distinctions between the releases that are made on the three different platforms.
Bright Memory the game was scheduled to be released for the PlayStation 5 and Switch back in June when the announcement was made. On the other hand, the Xbox Series X/S version was unveiled all the way back in the year 2020. The launch of the PC took place in 2021.