Tango Gameworks, the critically acclaimed Japanese game development studio, has been hard at work on a mysterious new project that promises to break away from their usual horror-filled titles.
The studio, which was recently acquired by Microsoft and Phil Spencer’s Bethesda family, has been tight-lipped about their new game, only revealing that it will not be another horror game full of beasts or a disturbing atmosphere.
Recently, Billbil-kun, a reputable insider known for leaking information on Dealabs, announced that Tango Gameworks is preparing to unveil their new game, “Hi-Fi RUSH.” The game, which was previously codenamed “Project Hibiki,” is expected to be released on Xbox and PC platforms, and promises to offer players an entirely new and exciting gaming experience.
Billbil-kun also mentioned that the game will be revealed “soon,” possibly during the upcoming Xbox & Bethesda Developer Direct, though Microsoft has stated that there will be no surprises at the event.
The studio’s decision to break away from their usual horror-filled games and venture into new territory is sure to generate a lot of excitement and anticipation among gamers.
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
Tango Gameworks is preparing to unveil Hi-Fi RUSH, “soon,” and speculation is high about when and where the reveal will take place. While some insiders suggest that the game will be unveiled during the upcoming Xbox & Bethesda Developer Direct, official news from Microsoft has stated that there will be no surprises at the event.
According to information provided by Billbil-kun, an insider known for leaking information on Dealabs, Hi-Fi RUSH will be available in two editions and will be suitable for a wider audience with a PEGI 12 rating. The game is expected to be released on Xbox and PC platforms.
Windows Central journalist Rand al Thor and Jez Corden have also reported on Hi-Fi RUSH, with Corden stating that the game is set to debut in 2023. Zenimax, the parent company of Tango Gameworks, registered the trademark for Hi-Fi RUSH two years ago and conceptual materials for the game were possibly leaked at the end of 2022.
In addition to Hi-Fi RUSH, Tango Gameworks is also rumored to be releasing Ghostwire: Tokyo on Xbox in March. This marks a departure from the studio’s usual horror-filled games and instead promises a new and exciting gaming experience.
Despite the lack of official confirmation, gamers are eagerly anticipating the release of Hi-Fi RUSH and the new direction that Tango Gameworks is heading in.