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Hi-Fi Rush Announced by Tango Gameworks – Available Now on Game Pass

Japanese studio Tango Gameworks has officially announced Hi-Fi Rush, a new rhythm action game from creator Shinji Mikami. The game was unveiled during the recent Xbox Developer Direct showcase, but to the surprise of many, it shadow dropped the news that it’s now available to play on Xbox Series X/S and PC via Xbox Game Pass.

Hi-Fi Rush is described as a rhythm action game where players tackle time attacks to the beat of music in order to do more damage to corporate overlords. The gameplay loop is fairly simple but could be very addictive. It also boasts an eye-catching, colourful art style and aesthetic that’s far from what Tango Gameworks previously developed with horror games like The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo.

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If you want to know exactly what you’re getting into with Hi-Fi Rush, the game’s description provides all the information:

“You play as Chai, a wannabe rockstar and victim of a corporate experiment who can feel the rhythm of the world, pulsing to the game’s soundtrack. Hi-Fi Rush features a killer mixtape of both licensed and original songs to tap your toes (or if you prefer, bang your head) to, each synced to their own levels in the game. The maladjusted megacorp after Chai would sooner swallow nails than let a single supposed defect ruin their bottom line. With the help of some newfound allies, however, Chai may just have what it takes to rumble his way up the corporate ladder, with each department culminating in a cinematic face-off with its boss – complete with their own musical track.”

Hi-Fi Rush also features a Deluxe Edition to purchase which includes:

  • Two Chai outfits
  • Seven bonus Chai t-shirts
  • 808-Themed Guitar Skin
  • 808 Alternate Skin
  •  20,000 Gears for unlocking combat skills and other upgrades. (Note: Gears are obtained through combat and exploration in-game and not available as a purchasable currency.)

That last point is reassuring as it means that players won’t be able to exploit microtransactions to gain an upper hand in the game.

Hi-Fi Rush is out now on Xbox Series X/S and PC and also available to download on Xbox Game Pass. See what else is coming and leaving the subscription service soon right here.

Source: Xbox Wire

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