Yesterday, the first rumors surfaced about Shinji Mikami’s Tango Gameworks was preparing to unveil a brand new project named, Hi-Fi Rush. In the course of the first Xbox and Bethesda Developer’s Direct. Hi-Fi Rush is a significant departure from the kind that Tango is famous for, such as The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo; the latter is an action-rhythmic, bright cell-shaded game. The game’s players are tasked with smashing their robot opponents against the rhythm of background music. Including songs licensed from bands like Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, and other artists. The most exciting part is Hi-Fi Rush is available at present.
It’s pretty exciting. Want to know more? These are Hi-Fi Rush’s most important attributes.
Chai The World
- Labeled as “defective” following a sinister corporate project, accidentally fuses an instrument player with Chai’s heart. Chai has to fight to regain his freedom within a smooth cartoon world. Where all the action – including the platforming challenges, enemy attacks, and even the fun banter and gags – are in sync with the music.
- Let the Fun Begin! Mosh Pit! – Take on the corporate drones (read real robots) in thrilling, beat-amplified combat. You can time your moves to achieve impressive Beat Hits, hard-hitting special abilities, or even combo attacks with your friends. Do you want to showcase your skills? Get even more involved and join in the beat to increase your skill. And score those desirable S-ranks.
- Rowdy Rebels vs Badass Bosses – Lead an entire team of bright members and fight to the core of a heartless business. Take on each department’s top boss, from Production to Marketing to Finance. Everyone is more prepared to defend the financial health than the other in a slick battle scene with their soundtrack tracks.
- Take your headphones and tap your toes to an amazing mixtape of original music along with songs by Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, The Joy Formidable, and many more. Are you looking to showcase your talents in front of the live-stream audience? Do not worry about it: Hi-Fi Rush includes a streamer-friendly alternative audio mode to stop the possibility of broadcasting music that is copyrighted.
Hi-Fi Rush is now available for PC and Xbox series with X/S (including Game Pass).
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