Tango Gameworks, the studio based by Resident Evil veteran Shinji Mikami and identified for The Evil Inside and Ghostwire: Tokyo, has introduced its subsequent recreation. Revealed in the course of the Xbox Developer Direct occasion, the sport is known as Hello-Fi Rush and it is out at this time.
A rhythm motion recreation, Hello-Fi Rush has gamers performing strikes so as to add layers to the music. The extra you movement with the beat, the higher you may carry out skills. Every part syncs up with the music as you play. The sport is unlikely something Tango has made earlier than, and Mikami mentioned he was eager to strive one thing new for the group’s subsequent recreation.
“As wannabe rockstar Chai, you may combat again in opposition to a sinister robotics enhancement conglomerate utilizing rhythm-amplified fight the place everything–from the movement within the surroundings to the blows of combat–is synced to the music,” reads a line from the sport’s description.
For extra, try the total Xbox weblog publish about Hello-Fi Rush.
Anybody fascinated by Hello-Fi Rush would not have to attend to play the sport, as the sport is releasing at this time, January 25, Xbox Sequence X|S by way of Sport Move and on PC. A precise launch time wasn’t introduced, nonetheless.
From Tango Gameworks, makers of The Evil Inside comes…one thing COMPLETELY DIFFERENT!
Hello-Fi RUSH is an all-new motion recreation the place every thing you do syncs to the beat!
Obtainable TODAY on Xbox Sequence X|S by way of Xbox Sport Move & PC! #DeveloperDirect pic.twitter.com/B7kAmJT9rp
— Bethesda (@bethesda) January 25, 2023
Ghostwire: Tokyo is Tango’s newest launch, and it launched in March 2022 for PS5 and PC. The sport might be headed to Xbox as quickly as this March, following a yr of console exclusivity for PlayStation as a consequence of writer Bethesda’s earlier settlement with Sony earlier than it was acquired by Microsoft. Nonetheless, Microsoft has but to verify if Ghostwire is coming to Xbox.
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