Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide
How long does it take to beat Bright Memory: Infinite and unlock all trophies?
About 8 hours.
How difficult is it to beat Bright Memory: Infinite and unlock all trophies?
Does Bright Memory: Infinite have online trophies?
Does Bright Memory: Infinite have difficulty-specific trophies?
Yes, Bitter Rivals, Infinite.
Does Bright Memory: Infinite have missable trophies?
Does Bright Memory: Infinite have glitched trophies?
What is the minimum number of playthroughs required to unlock all trophies in Bright Memory: Infinite?
Does Bright Memory: Infinite have a Platinum Trophy?
Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide and Road Map for PS5
Welcome to our Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide. Bright Memory was originally designed for and released on PC in 2019 and Xbox Series X/S a year later. Rather than working on a sequel, the lone developer chose instead to develop the game further and release it under Bright Memory: Infinite on all platforms including PS5.
Phase One - Finish Story on Easy & Combat Trophies
To start our Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide you can jump straight into the rather short story and play until you see the credits. There are a few boss fights along the way each of which will reward you with a trophy with a final story-related trophy for “clearing” the game. While you play Bright Memory make sure you keep an eye out for the car section in the Close Call chapter as you will need to destroy 5 enemy vehicles to unlock Bullseye.
Finally, it’s not important as you’ll have plenty of opportunity later but try to get as many kills with each of the guns to cut down on farming later as you will need to get 150 kills with each weapon type. While playing you should also defend and deflect as much as you can while also “severing” enemy limbs with the sword.
None Shall Survive
Kill 15 people without being spotted by the enemy in the infiltration mission in "Surrounded"
During the Surrounded chapter you will have nothing but a blade to fight enemies thus it is actually better to sneak around the environment and kill enemies from behind. When you approach and enemy a stealth kill prompt will appear. You must kill 15 enemies without being spotted to unlock None Shall Survive.
Destroy 5 enemy vehicles with missiles during the car chase
During the Close Call chapter Shelia will climb into an “Assault Vehicle” that looks suspiciously like a sports car with a canon taped to the hood. While driving this vehicle you will need to press to fire the canon or drive into enemy vehicles to destroy them. You can do this over several playthroughs though this may be a bug and you should try to destroy all 5 vehicles in one go.
Sever 50 enemy limbs using weapons or skills
Pretty much everything you do to an enemy can sever their limbs making Battle-Hardened an unmissable trophy though the best method to obtain this trophy as well as Matchless Warrior is to hold to use Shelia’s EMP ability to pull and suspend an enemy in mid-air while you repeatedly tap to slice them up with her sword.
Sever 100 enemy limbs using weapons or skills
Just like Battle-Hardened you will unlock this without really trying as long as you keep playing the game and using the sword.
Use "Defend" to deflect 20 enemy bullets
You can defend melee attacks and deflect ranged attacks by holding and tapping , respectively. If you tap before an attack lands, both melee and ranged, you will parry it. Eagle-Eyed is similar to Extreme Skills/Invulnerable except it’s only tracking bullets deflected/parried.
Activate "Counter" 50 times
Just like Eagle-Eye you will have to parry/deflect enemy attacks—specifically 50 to unlock Extreme Skills—by tapping right before the attack lands. However, Extreme Skills and Invulnerable track only parried/deflected melee attacks.
Activate "Counter" 100 times
Continuing from Extreme Skills you must tap right before a melee attack lands to parry/deflect it.
Defeat 80 enemies using any skill
You will unlock Peerless Warrior for killing 80 enemies using skills. At the start of Bright Memory the only skills available to you will be EMP tap and Tractor Beam hold and then release. However, as soon as you have enough Reliquaries you should unlock Blade Slash which adds a ranged slashing arc to your regular sword swings when tapping . Blade Slash will speed up this trophy and Herculean Strength significantly.
Defeat 150 enemies using any skill
Carrying on from Peerless warrior continue to defeat enemies using any of your skills until you have successfully defeated 150.
Phase Two - Replay "Close Call" & Farm Kill Trophies
Now that you have finished the story our second phase of our Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide requires you to replay the Close Call chapter while farming kills with each of the weapons. It goes without saying that this is also the best time to re-attempt any trophies from phase one that you may have missed.
While playing Close Call you can kill every enemy right up until you reach the car section. At that point it’s best to quit to the main menu and reload Close Call so you can farm them again. This is faster than finished the level unless you also need to get 5 enemy vehicle kills for the Bullseye trophy.
Max Skill Trophies
Acquire 20 "Reliquaries"
See Get Richest
Acquire 50 "Reliquaries"
See Get Richest
Acquire 100 "Relics"
Relics in Bright Memory are little blue orbs that drop when you defeat enemies or smash open crates. Every 10th Relic will reward you with a Reliquary which you can then use to upgrade you skills and weapons. This should come naturally during the first two phases, however, if you still haven’t got it by this point then you should go back to the Close Call chapter and grind enemy kills until you reach 100 Relics. Needless to say acquiring 100 Relics will unlock while also acquiring 50 Reliquaries.
The Heat is On
Defeat 20 enemies using flame-type weapons or skills
You must defeat 20 enemies using flame-type weapons or skills to unlock The Heat is On. There are only 2 methods of defeating an enemy with flames which require the Shrapnel Bomb shotgun upgrade and the Rocket Punch exo-suit upgrade. Use either of these two methods to defeat 20 enemies. This can easily be farmed in the Close Call chapter.
Unlock “Blade Slash Whirlwind: Lv.3”
You can use your Reliquaries to upgrade your gear. The Blade Slash Whirlwind is an ability on the Light blade. You must upgrade it to Level 3 to unlock Auto-Tracking.
Flames in the Sky
Unlock “Rocket Punch: Lv.3”
You can use your Reliquaries to upgrade your gear. The Rocket Punch is an ability for the exo-suit. You must upgrade it to Level 3 to unlock Flames in the Sky.
Phase Three - Complete the Game on Revenge & Hell Difficulties
For the final phase in our Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide you will have to replay the game on Revenge and then Hell difficulty. These are the two hardest difficulties in the game and will post a bit of a challenge. However, you can utilize a common exploit with these types of trophies by loading up the final chapter on the required difficulty and finish the game. This will severely cut down the time required to unlock these two final trophies.
Clear the game on “Revenge” difficulty
Clear the game on “Hell” difficulty
As mentioned at the start of this section, you can load up the final chapter on the required difficulties and play through to the end to unlock these Bitter Rivals and Infinite. There is no need to play through the whole game if you don’t want. There is also a glitch that practically gives you invincibility as well as dealing a lot of damage. Make sure you have all your skills fully upgraded and then jump () and hold to slam your sword on the ground. The animation for this attack has invincibility frames and is long enough that the stamina required to execute the attack will have refilled before the attack actually lands meaning you can infinitely chain this attack all the way through the level. It’s worth attempting if you’re having trouble finished Revenge and Hell difficulty normally.
Lord of Light
Unlock all trophies
After collecting every trophy in this Bright Memory: Infinite Trophy Guide, the "Lord of Light" Platinum Trophy will unlock. Congratulations!
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