Evil Within, Ghostwire Dev Reveals New Game Hi-Fi Rush, And It’s Out Today On Game Pass

Tango Gameworks, the studio founded by Resident Evil veteran Shinji Mikami and known for The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo, has announced its next game. Revealed during the Xbox Developer Direct event, the game is called Hi-Fi Rush and it’s out today.

A rhythm action game, Hi-Fi Rush has players performing moves to add layers to the music. The more you flow with the beat, the better you can perform abilities. Everything syncs up with the music as you play. The game is unlikely anything Tango has made before, and Mikami said he was keen to try something new for the team’s next game.

“As wannabe rockstar Chai, you’ll fight back against a sinister robotics enhancement conglomerate using rhythm-amplified combat where everything–from the motion in the environment to the blows of combat–is synced to the music,” reads a line from the game’s description.

For more, check out the full Xbox blog post about Hi-Fi Rush.

Anyone interested in Hi-Fi Rush doesn’t have to wait to play the game, as the game is releasing today, January 25, Xbox Series X|S through Game Pass and on PC. An exact launch time wasn’t announced, however.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is Tango’s latest release, and it launched in March 2022 for PS5 and PC. The game could be headed to Xbox as soon as this March, following a year of console exclusivity for PlayStation due to publisher Bethesda’s previous agreement with Sony before it was acquired by Microsoft. However, Microsoft has yet to confirm if Ghostwire is coming to Xbox.

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