Rock band 4 The weekly DLC drops are coming to an end. Harmonix said on Wednesday that the upcoming batch of new songs on January 25 will be the game’s last. While all other live services remain active, the developer plans to get all the attention A Rock Band-like Fortnite FestivalA rhythm game inside the digital world of Epic.
Product manager Daniel Sussman felt nostalgic Rock band 4‘s impressive eight-year new song drops every week. “Looking back longer, I see the Rock Band DLC catalog as a huge achievement of perseverance and commitment – over the years we’ve cleaned, written and released nearly 3,000 songs as DLC, more than 3,000 if you include all the game music,” he said. he wrote in the announcement blog post. “It’s wild.”
Sussman says Harmonix is committed to protecting its license and promises that purchased content will remain available. He adds that all other live services of the game, including Competitors and online play will continue as usual. There will be no more new music for the rhythm game It arrived in 2015 With 65 tracks.
Kicking off in December, the Fortnite Festival is a rock god scene in the popular battle royale title. It has the advantage of being free: You don’t have to pay a few bucks to live out your dreams of rocking out to Seven Nation Army, The Cranberries’ Zombies, or Bel Biv Devoe’s Poison.
Rock band 4 tool support is heading to Epic’s virtual stage. “If you’re a fan of the rhythm game category, Fortnite Festival is the place; and with support RB4 the instruments are coming, it’s not time to hang up your guitars yet…”
Harmonix isn’t talking about its latest songs, but promises thematic relevance. “We’ve talked long and hard about how we’re going to craft the final blast of this era’s RB DLC,” Sussman said. “The last two weeks will feature some tearjerkers that sum up how we feel about this moment. Thank you for your dedication and passion for this wonderful game.”