Bright Memory: Infinite Patch Brings Perspective-Assist Mode and Two New Skin DLCs

Bright Memory Infinite has been dated for a July 21 release on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch.
Bright Memory Infinite has been dated for a July 21 release on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch. PLAYISM

Bright Memory: Infinite, the first-person shooter by FYQD Personal Studio, received another update yesterday. The patch brought a new camera mode, new DLCs, performance improvements, and bug fixes.

A new mode called Perspective-assist has been added and it turns the game into a blend of third-person and first-person modes. Two new cosmetic DLCs are introduced, namely, Rabbit School Uniform and Cyber Rabbit; both skins have to be purchased separately.

During the car chase mission, the tiger doll is replaced by the rabbit doll. A toon rendering model for Shelia is added and it can be changed by pressing the Home key. You can read the patch notes below.

New Functions
  • Perspective-assist mode Shelia's model will only be displayed while moving and firing weapon without aiming. The camera will revert to first-person when aiming, using skills, using the Light Blade, defending, and grappling.
  • New Rabbit School Uniform DLC for Shelia
  • New Cyber Rabbit DLC for Shelia
  • Toon rendering model added for SheliaPress the home key in-game to switch models.
  • Changed the tiger doll with a rabbit doll in the car chase mission
  • Optimized NPC character models and improved frame rate.
  • Optimized the lightning effects of the Six-armed Emperor's lightning attack and improved frame rate.
  • Optimized GPU processing of the flame effects when the Giant King is in its second form.
  • Optimized the "check weapon" action for the assault rifle to make the arm movement more natural.
  • Optimized the motion blur after the sneaking mission.
  • Adjusted the skins menu to show the newest skins first.
  • Optimized Shelia's model in the skins menu so that her left arm is in a more natural position.
  • Optimized the lighting in the skins menu.
  • Fixed an issue where checking weapon with the crosshair turned off will prevent you from picking up items or shooting.
  • Fixed an issue where players can attack while climbing.

You can read the complete patch notes on Steam.

Bright Memory: Infinite was first released on PC in November 2021 and was also ported to Nintendo Switch, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S in July 2022. The game is only playable in single-player mode and was developed using Unreal Engine 4.

So, what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Bright Memory: Infinite recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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