Bright Memory Infinite feature

New update for Bright Memory adds support for DLSS and Ray Tracing

Back in December 2019, we shared a video for Bright Memory: Infinite, showcasing its new Ray Tracing effects. And a few days ago, FYQD Personal Studio released a patch for the Early Access version of Bright Memory that adds support for these effects.

Thanks to its latest update, Bright Memory now supports both DLSS and Ray Tracing. As such, all early adopters of this indie title can now enjoy its new Ray Tracing effects.

From the looks of it, FYQD Personal Studio used Ray Tracing in order to enhance the game’s reflections. According to the devs, however, the current build only supports RTX series graphics cards. Still, the team plans to offer support for some GTX series cards with future updates.

Furthermore, the DLSS included in this latest Bright Memory Early Access Version is the latest iteration available from Nvidia. Thus, it may differ from versions available in some previous games. This latest version greatly improves finely detailed graphic quality.

Enjoy!

Bright Memory Infinite: Official GTC Ray Tracing Demo

Bright Memory : Ultra vs RAY TRACING ( DLSS )

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