Hi-Fi Rush Gets Final Patch To Fix Minor Issues, Reconfirms Limited Physical Edition

Hi-Fi Rush is getting one final patch today to address some minor issues in the game. Plus, the Hi-Fi Rush X (formerly Twitter) account has reconfirmed a physical edition of the game is coming from Limited Run Games. 

This update from the Hi-Fi Rush X account comes roughly one week after Xbox shut down the game’s developer, Tango Gameworks, alongside Redfall studio Arkane Austin, and two more Bethesda teams. While there won’t be any more Hi-Fi Rush content coming from Tango Gameworks, hopefully today’s patch puts the game in the best playable state possible so that future players can enjoy the 2023 hit. 

The closure of Tango Gameworks arrived roughly a year after the team delivered the extremely well-received Hi-Fi Rush, which by Xbox’s own admitted metrics, was a big success. A few days after the closure of these studios, Xbox president Sarah Bond addressed the situation, stating that it’s about keeping the business healthy in the long-term

For more, read Game Informer’s Hi-Fi Rush review, and then read Game Informer’s profile on the life and career of Hi-Fi Rush creator John Johanas. After that, check out this Game Informer feature about exploring Tokyo’s Shibuya with Tango Gameworks

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