Tango Gameworks announces its rhythm game called Hi-Fi Rush

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Tango Gameworks, the studio founded by Resident Evil veteran Shinji Mikami and known for The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo, has announced its next game.

Revealed during the Xbox Developer_Direct event, the game is called Hi Fi Rush and it’s out today. A rhythm action game, Hi-Fi Rush has players perform moves to add layers to the music.

The more you flow with the rhythm, the better you can perform your skills. Everything syncs up with the music as you play. The game is unlikely Tango has ever done before, and Mikami said that he was looking forward to trying something new for the team’s next game.

“As wannabe rock star Chai, you’ll fight against a sinister conglomeration of robotic enhancements using amped-up rhythm combat where everything from movement in the environment to punches in combat is in sync with the music,” reads one line from the film. game Description.

Anyone interested in Hi-Fi Rush doesn’t have to wait to play as the game launches today, January 25, on Xbox Series X|S via Game Pass and on PC.


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