Exciting News: Tango Gameworks Game Officially Announced and Dated for PS5, Physical Editions Teased!

After many rumors, Xbox spoke last week to take stock of its business and then made official the fact that four of its games exclusive to its ecosystem would arrive on competing consoles in the future, without specifying their nature. We did not have to wait very long to be fixed, since during the Nintendo Direct: Partner Showcase, Grounded And Penment were announced on Switch (but not only in the end). For now, we are not expecting any further announcement regarding the other two titles at this time. Well, whether it was intentional or not, Bethesda formalized the arrival of Hi-Fi RUSH on PS5 !

It was through a trailer in Spanish that has since been passed privately that the information hit the Web, but which you can still see above thanks to Gematsu. So, Hi-Fi RUSH will debut on the console Sony next Tuesday, March 19 at 1:00 a.m.. It is still surprising that the Switch is not entitled to it, especially since a clue pointed in this direction. Maybe on the next console Nintendo ?

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As a reminder, it is already available on Xbox Series X|S and PC (Steam, Epic Games Store And Microsoft Store) since January 25, 2023. You can also get it on Gamesplanet priced at €26.99. From now on, all that remains is Sea of ​​Thieves on the rumor side and we can finally move on.

Update : Microsoft finally communicated and formalized the four games properly, and the trailer was therefore put online for everyone. The release date and time for France have also been revealed, so it will not be for the 18th here, but in the middle of the night the next day. It will be possible to pre-order it on the PlayStation Store starting this Thursday, February 22 at 7:00 p.m.

An edition Deluxe will also be offered, including “additional outfits and in-game coins to pay you for upgrades.” Finally, physical editions are planned, but via Limited Run Games as announced by Besthesda and this on both PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

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