Throughout right this moment’s Xbox & Bethesda Developer_Direct presentation, Tango Gameworks introduced Hello-Fi Rush, a rhythm-action recreation for Xbox Sequence X/S and PC. It launches later right this moment and will probably be included on Xbox Recreation Cross.
The sport follows a younger man named Chai who fights with an electrical guitar. An electrifying soundtrack performs within the background, and all of Chai’s assaults will add to the rhythm. Every little thing strikes to the sport’s beat, together with enemy assaults, cutscenes, and dungeon traps. It additionally has a combat-grading system like within the Satan Could Cry franchise. Chai isn’t alone in his fights; he has comrades corresponding to his cat, 808.
An evil company needs to eliminate Chai after it mistakenly fuses a music participant along with his coronary heart. It additionally looks like the company’s high members have one thing extra nefarious in retailer for Chai. As Chai fights his means via completely different departments, he’ll ultimately come throughout bosses which might be spectacular set items. The sport is introduced in a cel-shaded type just like a comic book e-book.
That is Tango Gamework’s first venture since Ghostwire: Tokyo final 12 months. That recreation is presently a timed unique on PlayStation 5, but it surely’ll doubtless come to Xbox Sequence X someday round March 2023 or later. With Hello-Fi Rush releasing so quickly, Tango Gameworks didn’t present any particulars on what its subsequent venture can be.
Hello-Fi Rush is certainly a departure from what the studio is often identified for, that are horror and creepy video games like The Evil Inside, The Evil Inside 2, and Ghostwire: Tokyo. If you wish to strive it, the title needs to be stay on Xbox Recreation Cross later right this moment (although its not stay on the time of writing).