Tango Gameworks surprise launches Hi-Fi Rush, its next title

The developer Tango Gameworks, directed by Shinji Mikami, has introduced what might be its subsequent title after The Evil Inside 2 and Ghostwire: Tokyo. That is Hello-Fi Rush. Most superb of all, the sport is out now – will probably be launched immediately after the Xbox & Bethesda Showcase on Xbox and PC. It is going to be out there on Xbox Recreation Cross.

Hello-Fi Rush is a rhythm recreation with a younger protagonist who has a type of iPod on his chest that makes his robotic arm work, and makes us battle to the rhythm of the music. A fairly notable third change in comparison with the same old horror titles within the saga, each in aesthetics – cartoony and colourful – and within the gameplay, which appears to not wager on anguish and survival however on one thing far more agile. The sport is reminiscent, in additional methods than one, of Sundown Overdrive.

We’ve been in a position to see a few of the totally different fight programs. Apparently, the title is supposed to be simple to play by way of singles, so even inexperienced gamers can get began with their fight. Nonetheless, getting a number of hits in time with the music will make for longer and extra complicated combos. As well as, there are dodge and counterattack actions, in addition to particular assaults that can require us to hold out motion sequences to the rhythm.

Lastly, we have been in a position to see some boss battle sequences and confirmed teams which have songs within the recreation, similar to 9 Inch Nails, Prodigy, and The Black Keys.