Hi-Fi Rush was (kinda) stealth-released last night, and as a surprise surprise, some players are having trouble getting it to run. Both The Evil Within and Ghostwire: Tokyo are enjoyable experiences, but their endorsement is useless if you can't play the game. So, let's take a look at Hi-Fi Rush's crashes on PC Game Pass. Can you prevent them?
How to Resolve Hi-Fi Rush's Issues: Not Working, Crashes, and Other Errors
The majority of issues at present are related to the PC version of Game Pass, but they're not all the same. Some players have suggested that the issue may be related to the Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) if this is the case. There's nothing you can do to remedy it, apart from waiting for a patch from Tango Gameworks.
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The reason for this is that the problems only appear to affect PC versions of Game Pass. This is quite concerning, particularly for those who don't have $30 to pay for this rhythm-based beat-em-up. At the moment, it appears like the best strategy is to wait for Tango and Bethesda to provide a fix.
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