Hi-Fi Rush Surpasses 3 Million Players Worldwide

    An amazing accomplishment.

    Tango Gameworks announced today that Hi-Fi Rush, the out-of-nowhere 2023 hit, has surpassed over 3 million players to date worldwide. This includes players from Xbox Series X|S and PC. Among those platforms, the game was made available through the Xbox Store, Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, and Steam. 

    Hi-Fi Rush Logs Three Million Players to Date

    This is amazing news for a title that appeared out of thin air back in February. The last milestone shared was two million players, which was shared back in March. You can check out the announcement from the official Hi-Fi Rush Twitter account below:

    Recently, Update Five for the game was released. This update included new cosmetics, modes, and much more. The update was dubbed the ‘Arcade Challenge! Update!’, with the headliners being the ‘BPM RUSH!’ mode and ‘Power Up! Tower Up!’ mode. Information regarding these modes can be found below via Bethesda:

    ‘BPM RUSH!’ tasks players to battle waves of enemies to music with a steadily increasing BPM, or beats per minute. As you defeat each wave and tackle toughened-up new foes, the BPM will speed up to the next level, up to a whopping 200 BPM in the final stages!

    In ‘Power Up! Tower Up!’, players take on a twist on the Rhythm Tower mode that players unlock after their first playthrough. You’ll be climbing up floors and defeating waves of enemies, but this time you’ll be powering up a downgraded Chai with randomized Upgrades!

    About Hi-Fi Rush

    An overview of the game is available below via Steam:

    Feel the beat as wannabe rockstar Chai and his ragtag team fight against an evil megacorp with raucous rhythm combat! From Tango Gameworks comes Hi-Fi RUSH, an all-new action game where the world syncs to the music.

    Hi-Fi Rush is available now across Xbox Series X|S and PC.

    Noah Hunter
    Noah Hunter
    Noah is Final Weapon’s Editor-in-Chief. He co-founded the website in June 2019 and has been writing for it ever since. In total, he has over five years of writing experience across many publications, including IGN Entertainment. His favorite series include Xeno and Final Fantasy.

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