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With Tango Gameworksdesigner Shinji Mikami has already delivered The Evil Within, The Evil Within 2 and Ghostwire: Tokyoa game released exclusively on PS5 and PC which could arrive on new platforms from March 2023. While the port on Xbox Series X|S is still pending, the studio owned by Bethesda and therefore also to Microsoft would already have another project under the elbow.

Billbil-kun, leaker French confirmed, affirms indeed that Tango would be about to announce and even release a certain Hi-Fi Rushmechanically exclusively on Xbox and pc. The revelation would be imminent (but not necessarily during the Developer_Direct of tomorrow, the executives of Xbox having supported the fact that only 4 games already named would be presented). It would be classified T for Teen by theESRB and would be entitled to a digital edition and a standard edition.

His words join rumors peddled a few days ago by Rand al-Thor and Jez Corden in the podcast XB2who have also heard ofa launch in 2023, for an action game with an aesthetic reminiscent of Jet-Set Radio. Of the concept art to which the security was associated were then discovered on the account ArtStation of the artist Jamie Martin, who specified that it was abouta shooting game in a sci-fi universe. Going up the trail, Internet users also found a logo filed at the end of 2022 and a trademark registration by Zenimax (owner of Bethesda) in 2020.

If the shape of Hi-Fi Rush and its release period are still unclear, everything suggests that we should soon hear about this project. It should logically be included in the Xbox Game Passto which you can subscribe in version Ultimate from €12.99 per month.

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