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Harmonix has some big plans for Rock Band 4. And no, this isn't a follow-up on the Battleborn news. The team actually has announced that they will be bringing synchronous online multiplayer to the title later this year.
According to the folks at Harmonix, the Rock Band team is still hard at work trying to nail down rights to some of modern music’s biggest names. Much to the delight of rockers everywhere, the game’s set list may one day include the likes of Led Zeppelin, for example.
Harmonix and Gearbox Software have teamed up for a Battleborn and Rock Band 4 crossover. During PAX East this weekend in Boston, Massachusetts, CEO of Gearbox, Randy Pitchford, revealed that their upcoming first-person shooter would be making an appearance in the music-rhythm game.
Harmonix is trying to get Rock Band 4 on PC. They're doing so using the new crowd-funding service Fig. They also want to offer PC gamers a way to get their hands on every piece of DLC they released for the game so far for a single payment. The only problem is that they're asking for $2,500.
Harmonix has decided to bring Rock Band 4 back to the crowd-funding arena to gather some cash for a potential PC release. Right now the game is available only on the Xbox One and PS4, but they're looking into the possibilities of moving the game over to the home computer if they can secure enough funding from gamers.
If you’ve ever played Rock Band 4, then you know the game was shipped completely riddled with bugs. In order to start working on getting rid of some very detrimental bugs, the Rock Band 4 dev team, Harmonix, had to take some drastic measures.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion but, when it comes to leaving a five-star review of a game you helped make on a site like Amazon, it’s probably not the smartest move. And that’s exactly what happened recently with several Harmonix employees and its latest game, Rock Band 4.
Harmonix announced the last batch of Rock Band 4's soundtrack today. Here's the full list of songs you'll be able to perform in the song at launch
As we march ever-closer to the release of Rock Band 4, Harmonix keeps letting slip new details to ensure we're on our toes. GameSpot reports there are 10 new tracks that have slipped out now for the music and rhythm game, and this time around I can really dig what's on the docket.
Van Halen previously rocked out in Guitar Hero: Van Halen, but now they're coming to Rock Band 4, with a whole swath of content. Revealed to Entertainment Weekly, Van Halen's famous track "Panama" will be included on Rock Band 4, making this the band's first debut in the rhythm game series.
Rock Band 4 and Guitar Hero Live appear to be going in two separate ways, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Harmonix began streaming a video showing off what the game is dubbing "Freestyle Mode,"
The train keeps a-rollin' for Rock Band 4, as a whole new set of songs were announced today for the upcoming rhythm game.
Harmonix's upcoming project Amplitude has hit several bumps in the road over the course of its development, and it appears it's just hit another doozy.
Rock Band 4 developer Harmonix has been slowly trickling out songs that will be added to the game's tracklist when it releases later this year on October 6.
Ever found yourself playing Rock Band while thinking, “Man, this game would be perfect if ‘Song X’ by Band Y was on it?” Well, now you have a way to send that wishful thinking directly to Harmonix, as the developer is on the lookout for song recommendations for the upcoming Rock Band 4.