Bright Memory for Xbox series X is one of the first games available for its or shows what will be. Specifically, the game is a short preview of the full-length game bright memory infinite scheduled for release next year. As such, the game does adequately whet the appetite of the player. It gives the player a first chance at experiencing what the final game will be like. It also provides hints at the storyline and definitely an idea of the enemies you’ll be facing. That being said, the game has some notable flaws which indicate that it was rushed into final development. Most likely so he could be released along with Xbox series X.
Bright Memory is essentially a beta pre-of the full game scheduled to be released in a year. To that end it succeeds in showing off what the trailer revealed. That is the stunning visual effects combined with ever-changing and accurate weather affects. While being obviously CGI the affects and visuals have a sense of realism that is hard to achieve. The gameplay is also fast-paced and intense. These two elements are exactly what the trailer showed and on that level the game is a success.
However, it has some notable glitches. These are most noticeable during gameplay there are visual issues especially during combat. They are further compounded when a player goes into settings to try and correct the problems. To be fair all of the gameplay glitches can be repaired by adjusting the settings. Of course, the final clue as to the problem and source the glitches is the mouse cursor in settings.
Bright Memory for the Xbox series x appears to be a hastily modified version of the PC game form. To be fair the studio that developed the game is relatively small and must’ve felt pressured. That is, pressured to show the public what they could expect and that they had been working on it. As a result, it’s fair to say that the final version of the game will probably be fixed. Which means, that bright memory serves its purpose as a playable trailer for bright memory infinite.