Hi-Fi Rush stealth-dropped onto PC yesterday, and it has already become a hit among players. On Steam, the game achieved an “overwhelmingly positive” rating based on over 500 user reviews as of this writing. Additionally, the game made its way to Steam’s “top sellers” list, an impressive accomplishment for a title released on such short notice. Of course, being a music-themed game, the soundtrack has become a particular highlight among players, featuring a variety of high-energy licensed rock songs from notable artists. If you want to know ahead of time which songs and bands appear in the soundtrack of Hi-Fi Rush, you have come to the right place.
Hi-Fi Rush soundtrack song list
Here is a complete list of Hi-Fi Rush’s licensed tracks and artists:
- “1,000,000” – Nine Inch Nails
- “Honestly” – Zwan
- “INAZAWA CHAINSAW” – Number Girl
- “Invaders Must Die” – The Prodigy
- “Lonely Boy” – The Black Keys
- “The Perfect Drug” – Nine Inch Nails
- “Wolfgang’s 5th Symphony” – Wolfgang Gartner
- “Whirring” – The Joy Formidable
These tracks will mostly come up during boss fights, so look forward to rocking out whenever you come across one. Even though this song list may seem small, the tracks’ usage in the game will probably satisfy you regardless if you enjoy rock music.
Alongside these licensed songs, Hi-Fi Rush also boasts quite a few original tracks to jam to. Many of these songs play exclusively in the game’s Streamer Mode, in which they replace the licensed tracks so that streamers do not have to worry about copyright shenanigans. If you worry that these original songs will pale in comparison to the licensed ones, you may perk up upon hearing that Shuichi Kobori, the composer who worked on the Metal Gear Solid 3 and The Evil Within 2 soundtracks, created these songs. So whether or not you turn on Streamer Mode, the soundtrack will likely only elevate your Hi-Fi Rush experience.