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Hi-Fi Rush developer was reportedly “in the process of pitching a sequel” when Xbox shut it down

Hi-Fi Rush developer Tango Gameworks was set to pitch a sequel to its acclaimed rhythm action game when Microsoft shut the studio down, according to a new report.

That information comes from Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier, citing people familiar with Xbox’s plans. Schreier writes that the studio closures “included Tokyo-based Tango Gameworks, which last year released the critically acclaimed action game Hi-Fi Rush. Tango was in the process of pitching a sequel, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing nonpublic information.”

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