Tango Gameworks’ subsequent sport is Hello-Fi Rush, a rhythm journey sport beneath improvement completely for the Xbox Collection X|S, and it is popping out tonight.
Introduced in the course of the Xbox Developer_Direct showcase, the trailer revealed a bombastic comic-like artstyle, unique tunes and rhythm-based motion and fight. Tango Gameworks is releasing the sport, together with a Recreation Cross launch, at the moment – with it deliberate to hit digital storefronts just a few hours after the showcase ends.
Hello-Fi Rush’s rhythm-based gameplay impacts each side of its world. Taking part in as wannabe rockstar Chai, you are the sufferer of a bizarre company experiment that is left you capable of sense the rhythm of the world to the beat of the sport’s soundtrack. So every little thing: your assaults, enemy assaults, obstacles, cutscenes, every little thing happens to the beat of the music.
However Tango reassures this isn’t a punishing rhythm sport. You may leap, dodge, parry, and assault utilizing any buttons and they’ll mechanically sync as much as the beat of the music – however if you happen to handle to maintain rhythm accurately, you may do extra injury or construct up highly effective combos. Chai’s companion 808, slightly robotic cat, follows alongside and presents a lightweight visible assist to assist gamers maintain rhythm, and extra accessibility choices can be found too.
Whereas Hello-Fi Rush has its personal unique soundtrack, it additionally has licensed music for boss battles from artists like 9 Inch Nails, The Black Keys, The Prodigy, The Pleasure Formidable, Quantity Lady, Wolfgang Gartner, and Zwan.
Hello-Fi Rush – Xbox Dev Direct
A Japanese studio best-known for The Evil Inside, Tango Gameworks was a part of Xbox’s 2021 acquisition of Zenimax. Its most up-to-date launch is Ghostwire: Tokyo, which we praised for the best way it introduced Japanese tradition and mythology to life.
Hello-Fi Rush was a part of a showcase that additionally included Minecraft Legends and extra. You’ll find every little thing else revealed throughout at the moment’s Xbox Developer-Direct proper right here.
Rebekah Valentine is a information reporter for IGN. You’ll find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.