During o Developer Direct from Xbox and BethesdaTango Gameworks, a famous studio for every inner evil And GhostWire: TokyoUnawares hifi rusha project that has been circulating among rumors in recent weeks.
The modernity is surprisingly escaping completely from the well-known style of producer and director Shinji Mikami, the legendary creator of vampirefeatures cartoon visuals and rhythm-based gameplay on the title’s soundtrack, and combines the characteristics of games such as sunset And Guitar Champion.
In the game, players take on the role of Chai, an aspiring rock star whose heart is accidentally melted by a musician, in an experiment conducted by a “devil corporation”.
The target of the Corporation, which intends to recover the equipment because it considers the test a failure, the protagonist is pursued by hordes of robots, and must now confront them with his new power: the power of feeling the rhythm of all things. This skill drives the gameplay in Hi-Fi Rush.
As the developers explained during the conference, the idea is not just to be a “button mashing” game, but to feel the rhythm, following the attacks according to the beat of the soundtrack. For this, players are rewarded by getting bigger and more destructive combos as they hit sequences, in the best style. Guitar Champion. The inspiration is in the famous rhythm game, and in sunset With the cartoonish look, it is quite visible.
Another interesting point is that the boss fights have received special care. From the trailer, it is possible to notice that boss clashes have unique mechanics and sequences, and should be different from the rest of the stages – something that would make them more engaging and interesting.
Accessibility has also been a focus of Tango Gameworks: in addition to allowing players to dodge and jump at any time, visual cues and even a bot companion cat (which can be petted) help those who have a harder time keeping up the pace.
The package closes with a series of licensed songs from bands like Nine Inch Nails and The Black Keys, although a special signage mode is available, and song exchanges for the original production to avoid copyright issues.
Not only was the announcement a surprise, but so was the release: hifi rush Available now for Xbox Xbox X And S Series and PC, through Steam, Microsoft Store, and Epic Games Store for R$109, but playable for free by Xbox Game Pass subscribers.
The Deluxe Edition will also be available with additional outfits and 20,000 Gears (used to upgrade characters), costing 144 BRL. Those who choose to upgrade in the future will have to pay 39 BRL for the Deluxe Pack.
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