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Bright Memory: Infinite is a game that's been on our radar for some time. Coming from a small development team FYQD-Studio its blend of futuristic FPS and supernatural action makes full use of modern hardware. On PC that means real-time ray-tracing and NVIDIA DLSS support with a planned Xbox Series X version also in development. And with its PC release date set for November 11, we've got an explosive new trailer.

Aside from the somewhat cheesy voice-acting this looks pretty impressive. The storm effects and characters and kinetic action all look great.

In futuristic China, protagonist Shelia is sent to investigate climatic anomalies that lands her face to face with futuristic soldiers and mythological beasts. Shoot enemies with powerful firearms with special effects on the final shot, like tracking missiles and incendiary bombs. Acrobatically run along walls and use bladed weapons to sever enemy limbs and block enemy shots, upgrading Shelia’s weapon proficiency and abilities with a detailed skill tree.

Best of all, those who own the pre-cursor to this - Bright Memory - will get a free upgrade to Bright Memory: Infinite.

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