The latest Hi-Fi Rush update brings Photo Mode to the players, where they can now pause the rockin' action at any time to take posed pictures with Chai and his allies.
Being able to take stellar screenshots as they traverse a new world is some gamers' favorite pastime, and now in Hi-Fi Rush Photo mode, they can. Within the new mode, not only can you take these candid shots, but you can edit them freely within the mode. Players can customize their image with cute borders and frames, different filters and lighting settings, as well as adding camera effects where players see fit. More so, players will be able to change up the poses of each of the allies in these screenshots, furthering the customization options. Photo Mode can be accessed within the in-game menu and can be found either in the "My Captures" section of your console or the "Screenshots" folder wherever the saved game is on your PC.
With this update also comes a few bug fixes, such as errors with equipping chips, bugs that come from purchasing items from the store, and even updating Zanzo’s salary on Stages 3 and 4 to match inflation.
For those who haven't yet discovered what Hi-Fi Rush is all about, the game is considered to be a rhythm-action game where players will run rampant through different stages fighting new enemies, bosses, and more. The aim of the game is to make it out of this factory that basically turns everyday people into humans with superpowers thanks to robotic features. Chai ended up messing up and becoming what's known as a "defect", and the management of this factory does not like defects very much. By jumping, gliding, soaring through the skies on ziplines, and meeting new allies along the way, you must help Chai not only get out of the factory alive but uncover a secret that seems to be looming above everyone's heads.
Hi-Fi Rush is available on PC via Steam as well as Xbox PC Game Pass, and Xbox Series X|S.