Most likely, Tango Gameworks is working on a brand-new project that won’t be another terrifying horror filled with monsters or an ominous atmosphere. Billbil-Kun writes about the enigmatic Hi-Fi RUSH, which might be coming to PCs and consoles.
The first Japanese Microsoft firm that Phil Spencer joined by acquiring Bethesda is Tango Gameworks. There hasn’t been much information released about the role, despite the fact that developers have been working on at least one secret title for years with Xbox and PC as its primary target platforms. The stillness was broken by one of the informants.
The development codenamed “Project Hibiki” was eventually renamed “Hi-Fi RUSH,” according to Billbil-Kun, an insider and Dealabs user known, among other things, for premature presentations of PlayStation Plus discounts. Tango Gameworks is reportedly getting ready to announce a new game.
The project will be unveiled “soon,” and the informant claims that it will happen at Xbox & Bethesda Developer Direct, which is slightly inconsistent with the official information. We shouldn’t anticipate any shocks, the behemoth from Redmond has assured us.
Hi-Fi RUSH will have two versions, per the information given, although it won’t be a production solely for adults (PEGI 12).
A new game from Bethesda x Tango Gameworks will be announced (and/or released) very soon (likely as part of the Xbox and Bethesda Developer Direct event).
called Hi-Fi RUSH (Project Hibiki)
There will be basic and deluxe editions of it. The game has a PEGI 12 rating (ESRB Teen).”
A new game from Bethesda x Tango Gameworks will be announced (and/or released) soon (probably in Xbox & Bethesda Developer_Direct event)
Name of the game :
Hi-Fi RUSH (Project Hibiki)
Will come in Standard and Deluxe Edition
Game is rated ESRB Teen (PEGI 12) pic.twitter.com/ggjZa0N2Q9
— billbil-kun (@BillbilKun) January 24, 2023
A Windows Central journalist said that Hi-Fi RUSH would release in 2023 when Rand al Thor and Jez Corden previously discussed the game. Zenimax registered the trademark two years ago, and at the end of 2022, it’s likely that the conceptual materials you can see below were released.
It is important to discuss the most recent Japanese production at this time. According to rumors, Xbox may receive Ghostwire: Tokyo in March.