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New hack n slash FPS created by a single person, Bright Memory, hits Early Access on January 12th

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Back in 2017, we informed you about the Unreal Engine 4-powered game Bright Memory; an FPS hack n slash that is developed by a single developer. And today, we are happy to report that this game will come to Steam Early Access on January 12th.

In case you weren’t aware of, Bright Memory will be a single-player game with linear levels, and will allow players to use both guns and swords in order to alienate their enemies. The game will also sport a combo system and its creator also plans to add VR support.

The Early Access version will be a third of the full version, which is an hour of game content. Bright Memory provides a multi-weekend system, and players can try to find a more interesting way to pass the customs. Early Access of the game’s combat system has been in line with expectations, and will be similar to the one featured in the full version.

Xiancheng plans to complete the game in 2019. The full version will come with more guns., the ability to kill the enemy’s execute interaction, more skill movements, two additional hours of gameplay, a photo mode and achievements.

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Kudos to our reader ‘Lucas Gabriel M. Pereira’ for spotting it!


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