Hi-Fi Rush, a new rhythm-action game from the developers of The Evil Within, is out today


Microsoft is stealth dropping a colourful new brawler as a part of its bulletins from the Xbox Developer Direct.

Art from Hi-Fi Rush, the new game from Tango Gameworks.

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Tango Gameworks, a Bethesda studio recognized for The Evil Inside collection and final yr’s Ghostwire: Tokyo, introduced a brand new rhythm-action brawler throughout Wednesday’s Xbox Developer Direct referred to as Hello-Fi Rush. And better of all, it is going to be obtainable on Wednesday.

Within the recreation, you’ll discover a colourful animated world and smash baddies and robots in your approach. Due to the rhythm-action focus, you’ll do higher as you string hits in time with the music.

And issues world wide additionally pulse in time with the music, which seems like it can actually add to the sport. (Watching the video in the course of the Developer Direct, I discovered myself recurrently bobbing my head in time with the music.) Hello-Fi Rush may even embody licensed music from actual bands corresponding to The Black Keys and 9 Inch Nails, so it looks as if there might be some good music to sit up for.

You may test it out for your self very quickly. Throughout Wednesday’s presentation, the builders stated the sport can be obtainable a number of hours after the present on Xbox Collection X / S and PC, and if you happen to’re a Sport Cross subscriber, you’ll be capable to play it as a part of your subscription.

Tango’s newest large recreation was Ghostwire: Tokyo, a spooky recreation that got here out final March as, paradoxically, a console unique on PS5.


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