Tango Gameworks, creators of The Evil Within, present Hi-Fi Rush, now available on Xbox Series and PC

As the study advanced, now they present a rhythmic action game far from terror.

Hi-Fi Rush, the new from Tango Gameworks, the creators of The Evil Within

To everyone’s surprise, the Japanese developer Tango Gameworkrecognized for the terrifying The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo, has participated in the Xbox and Bethesda Developer Direct to present its new game: HIFI RUSHa game that Arrives today on Xbox Series and PC, included in Game Pass. The title offers rhythmic action with the goal of timing attacks to the beat to deal more damage.

The players drive chai, an aspiring rock star who will have to face a sinister company of robotic implants. The character will fight in combats to the beat, in which everything, from environment movements to attacksare in sync with the music.

Tune your guitar and get carried away by the rhythm in the latest title from Tango Gameworks, the team behind The Evil Within.

Hi-Fi Rush has surprised players not only because it is a totally different project from Tango Gameworks’ previous ones, but also because it has also been released on the Microsoft console and PC just after its presentation. Title includes a large number of original songseach synchronized with their own levels in the game.

Tango Gameworks wanted to bet on a new genre

In a recent interview with Famitsu, Tango Gameworks anticipated that it wanted to move away from the idea of ​​being a studio focused on a single genre and that there were plans to make non-horror games in the future.. “I hope to eventually change the image that Tango Gameworks currently hasMikami explained in the interview. “At the moment, we are still seen as a studio that specializes only in survival horror.“.

Of course, it’s nice that fans think of us as a studio with a reputation for developing survival horror games, but it’s also we want to be seen as a studio that can create a wider variety of games. We will release more and more new games in the future”, concluded by anticipating the study that has now published a rhythm game that could hardly be expected.

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