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    Hi-Fi RUSH Rated by PEGI for Nintendo Switch

    Another hint points toward an inevitable Switch release.

    Once again, it seems that Hi-Fi RUSH is headed to the Nintendo Switch. Today, PEGI listed a new rating for the PlayStation 5 version of the game, with a Nintendo Switch rating appearing alongside it. The game was announced to be headed to PlayStation 5 earlier this year in February, where it launched on March 18. However, a Nintendo Switch version was not announced or revealed.

    Despite this, the new PEGI rating is not the first time we’ve reported on a Switch version of Hi-Fi RUSH. First, we reported on a Hi-Fi RUSH Switch rating in Australia in January, which clearly referenced the game and was referred to as “Project2022A”. Additionally, a data mine in February uncovered two new shirts: a PlayStation shirt in the iconic PS blue, with the words “I’m Here Baby!” and a red shirt that says “Rock Out! Anywhere”, which goes with the portability of the Switch.

    Below, you can take a look at this new PEGI rating that includes a Nintendo Switch version as of April 30, 2024:

    Learn more about Hi-Fi RUSH below via the official website:

    Feel the beat as wannabe rockstar Chai and his ragtag team of allies rebel against an evil robotics enhancement megacorp with raucous rhythm combat! From Tango Gameworks, the studio that brought you The Evil Within® and Ghostwire®:Tokyo (no, really) comes Hi-Fi RUSH, an all-new action game where the characters, world and combat stylishly sync to the music!

    Labeled “defective” after an experiment accidentally fuses a music player into his heart, wannabe rockstar Chai must break free from a sinister corporation with raucous rhythm-enhanced combat – from the studio that brought you The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo!
     
    Hi-Fi Rush is available now on Xbox Series X|S and PC via Game Pass and Steam. We’ll be sure to keep you updated when Microsoft officially announces this news.
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    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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