Tango Gameworks Bids Farewell to Players, While Hi-Fi Rush Releases its Final Patch

The rhythm-action game Hi-Fi Rush, acclaimed as successful by Xbox management, has received its latest update from Japanese company Tango Gameworks.

Debuted on May 15, the ninth patch for Hi-Fi Rush is designed to fix a range of bugs that emerged in various episodes, adjust the prices of drinks in vending machines, and correct some textual errors.

“Today we’ve released a patch that will address the remaining concerns. Check out the changes and thank you again for supporting Hi-Fi Rush. You are all rock stars!” This was the announcement from the developers at Tango Gameworks.

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Today’s update marks a goodbye to Hi-Fi Rush after Microsoft made the decision to close Tango Gameworks along with three other studios under the control of Bethesda Softworks on May 7.

Last week, fans of Tango Gameworks, disheartened by the studio’s closure, flooded Hi-Fi Rush on Steam with positive reviews. In recent days, the game has earned 2,500 positive responses from platform users.

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Retail editions of Hi-Fi Rush for PS5, Xbox Series X, and S, announced a few months before Tango Gameworks’ closure, are still ongoing. The company Limited Run Games is responsible for the game’s release on physical media.

Debuting in January 2023 on PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox Series X, S, and Game Pass, Hi-Fi Rush arrived on PS5 in March 2024. The game has won awards at The Game Awards, BAFTA, and GDCA, but this did not save Tango.

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