Hi-Fi Rush PS5 Release Date: Here’s Why It’s Much Sooner Than Anticipated!!

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Hi-Fi Rush PS5 Release Date

Once only available on Microsoft Xbox One, Bethesda’s 2023 rhythm brawler Hi-Fi Rush is now finally ready to come out on PlayStation 5. Sony system owners won’t have to wait much longer either. We will tell you everything you need to know about when the Hi-Fi Rush for PS5 will come out!!

Hi-Fi Rush PS5 Release Date

The news is out: Hi-Fi Rush will be available on PS5 on March 19, 2024, a little over a year after it came out on PC and Xbox. PlayStation owners saw the main character and the story in an announcement trailer that came out on February 21. There was no in-game footage, but the fact that it’s coming to the console is already getting people excited. When the game first came out, it got good reviews from critics and Xbox fans.

Hi-Fi Rush PS5 Release Date
Hi-Fi Rush PS5 Release Date

The release date of March 19 is also mentioned in the trailer, however, it is actually a little earlier for people in the Western Hemisphere: The game will begin on Tuesday, March 19, at 12 a.m. UTC, which is equivalent to 6 p.m. CT on March 18. As promised, Bethesda said that the PS5 version will “include all gameplay updates and modes,” which means the Arcade Challenge!

Here is an official tweet posted by Hi-Fi Rush:

Hi-Fi Rush can be pre-ordered on the PlayStation Store starting February 22. There will be a Digital Deluxe Edition with “extra cosmetics and Gears to spend on upgrades.” The following items are included:

  • Two Chai Outfits which include hairstyle, scarf, jacket, pants, and shoes. Each item can be mixed with other cosmetics.
  • Seven bonus Chai T-shirts.
  • 808-Themed Guitar Skin.
  • 808 Alternate Skin.
  • Gears Starter Pack, which has 20,000 Gears for unlocking combat skills and upgrades. Other than here, Gears are not normally available for purchase.

Around the same time, a release date was set for Sea of Thieves for the PlayStation 5, and Grounded and Pentiment were announced for the Switch. All of these games are part of Microsoft’s new multiplatform strategy for Xbox. People have been speculating for a few weeks that these games might be coming to other platforms.

Remarkably, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer has subsequently stated that Hi-Fi Rush was “never… built to be [an exclusive],” raising questions among fans as to whether this will also apply to other games.

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