Microsoft attempted to manage the players’ expectations by stating that the company would only be showcasing four products today; nevertheless, as you can see from the first Xbox Developer Direct, there was an abundance of unexpected content revealed. The American company displayed a new intellectual property (IP) created by Tango Gameworks.
Shinji Mikami established the Japanese studio in 2010, and he immediately began work on a new horrific story. The first installment of The Evil Within was released in 2014, and in 2017, gamers experienced The Evil Within 2. A game called Ghostwire: Tokyo was made available for purchase on the market a year ago. Up until this point, it had only been launched for the PS5 and the PC; however, the Xbox Series X|S version is scheduled to make its debut in the month of March. The company also had a brief affair with a mobile game called Hero Dice, but ultimately the game was not a commercial success.
A rumor has been circulating for the past few days that Tango Gameworks is working on the development of a new video game, and at today’s Xbox Developer Direct, the company revealed a new intellectual property (IP) dubbed Hi-Fi Rush. It’s been two years since Zenimax registered the trademark.
Not only were we able to view Hi-Fi Rush during Xbox Developer Direct, but during the very same event, the production officially made its premiere! Players will get the opportunity to become familiar with the game today, which is a turn of events that were not anticipated given that Microsoft does not typically make decisions of this nature.
At the show, representatives of Tango Gameworks attended, and Shinji Mikami revealed that for a very long time, he had desired to “make something fresh.” Despite its name, Hi-Fi Rush is an action game in which players assume the role of a young rock star. It is imperative that players pay attention to the rhythm when engaging in combat.