Out today in North America and Europe on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Rock Band 4 received a new trailer, telling you that it takes a band to rock the world.
As announced by Harmonix last week, more than 1,700 songs are available to download for Rock Band 4, priced at $1.99 each. If you owned any songs previously on PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, they can be re-downloaded within the same console family.
On top of all the legacy DLC, new DLC songs will be added every single week. Here’s what’s available this week:
- All That Remains – “Divide”
- All That Remains – “What If I Was Nothing”
- BABYMETAL – “Gimme Chocolate!!”
- Blitz Kids – “Run For Cover”
- Bring Me The Horizon – “Throne”
- Dead Sara – “Mona Lisa”
- Duran Duran – “The Reflex”
- Earth, Wind & Fire – “September”
- Interpol – “All The Rage Back Home”
- Janis Joplin – “Move Over”
- Jefferson Starship – “Jane”
- Linkin Park ft. Daron Malakian – “Rebellion”
- Marilyn Manson – “The Mephistopheles Of Los Angeles”
- Mastodon – “High Road”
- My Morning Jacket – “One Big Holiday”
- Of Mice & Men – “Would You Still Be There”
- Oh Honey – “Sugar, You”
- Pantera – “Cowboys From Hell (Live From Monsters In Moscow Festival)”
- Pierce the Veil ft. Kellin Quinn – “King for a Day”
- Seasick Steve – “Summertime Boy”
- “Weird Al” Yankovic – “My Own Eyes”
- The Wild Feathers – “Backwoods Company”
Whether it’s legacy DLC or a new song, each track in Rock Band 4 is “fully updated to include the new gameplay features in Rock Band 4. Players can rock to these tracks and enjoy new Freestyle Guitar Solos, Freestyle Vocals, and Dynamic Drums Fills, even while touring the world with their band in the game’s new expanded campaign.”
You can check out all the songs available for Rock Band 4 over on the PlayStation Store.
Over on the PlayStation Blog, Harmonix Associate Community Manager Criss Burki confirmed that “Rock Band Network tracks will not be available for re-download in Rock Band 4.”
Asked about exporting songs from previous Rock Band games, Burki said:
We have not left behind those songs on legacy Rock Band discs. If it was previously exported, it will be available to you for free re-download within the same console family as we make that content available. We continue to pursue more export options later on down the road!
In December, Harmonix will release a free update that adds variable breakneck speed. Then, in 2016, you’ll be able to buy instruments on their own.
Are you picking up Rock Band 4 this week?
[Source: PS Blog]