You will be able to read our review of Hi-Fi Rush this coming weekend, but in the meantime, it is highly recommended that you have a look at what Digital Foundry has to say. The work that Bethesda and Microsoft have produced has received overwhelmingly positive feedback from industry professionals in the United Kingdom.
Hi-Fi Unanticipatedly, Rush entered the market, but it is highly likely that the production will continue to be loud for the following few months. The developers of The Evil Within series astonished us with a vibrant and melodic experience, and the game is receiving increasingly positive reviews as a result.
Digital Foundry highlights the fact that Hi-Fi Rush is “unusual” due to the fact that the developers focused on flat 2D animations in 3D production, and the whole design is reminiscent of television cartoons. The developers even went to the trouble of highlighting the character’s movements in 15 separate frames in order to give the impression that the drawing was done by hand.
There is nothing here that can be faulted in terms of quality, with native 4K resolution on the Xbox Series X and a continuous 1440p resolution on the Xbox Series S. In addition, the more powerful console maintains a steady frame rate of 60, whilst the smaller device has decreased in framerate every so often. The PC version of the game runs “just as excellent.”
The British editors had nothing but love for the game, and Oliver Mackenzie has even gone so far as to say that it should be considered for one of this year’s Game of the Year honors. The game’s early critics shared a lot of the same thoughts in their reviews.