First Look At The New ‘Rock Band 4’ Gameplay; Song List Expected To Include Avenged Sevenfold And Jack White


First Look At The New ‘Rock Band 4’ Gameplay; Song List Expected To Include Avenged Sevenfold And Jack White
First Look At The New ‘Rock Band 4’ Gameplay; Song List Expected To Include Avenged Sevenfold And Jack White

The official song list for the upcoming “Rock Band 4” gameplay has been revealed alongside a gameplay trailer that showcases the game played on the latest consoles.

In a report by Ultimate Guitar , IGN revealed the videos of the upcoming game to live to the hype it has been getting.

The video for the game play trailer can be seen below.

Meanwhile, the same source stated that a list for the songs expected to be played on the game has been revealed.

Included in the long list of tracks are Avenged Sevenfold’s “Hail to the King,” Fleetwood Mac’s “You Make Loving Fun,” Jack White’s “Lazaretto,” The Killers’ “Somebody Told Me,” Megadeth’s “Symphony of Destruction,” Spin Doctors’ “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and The Who’s “The Seeker.” Meanwhile, in a Game Spot  report, Harmonix CEO Steve Janiak revealed that supply for the new instruments for “Rock Band 4” will be limited for now and will be mostly available on pre-order.

“While we’ll do everything we can to meet demand, the realities of manufacturing and getting hardware on shelves means that we can’t guarantee hardware for everyone on day one without a pre-order,” Janiak said.

“For those looking for new instruments, pre-ordering ahead of launch will guarantee that you’ll be able to start a band and rock the world with your family and friends this holiday season.” It was however claimed that older instruments used for the PS3 or Xbox 360 can be used for the upcoming game to make it easier for fans to use and play “Rock Band 4.” “We are actively engaged with Sony and Microsoft to support PS3 controllers on the PS4 and Xbox 360 controllers on the Xbox One,” it said.

“It’s tough because a lot of the implementation is out of our control.

You’re dealing with radio chips and technology that fundamentally changed between one console and the next.

There is some policy we need to work through as well as some nifty engineering we have to work through, which we are.” “Rock Band 4” release date is expected to hit the shelves this holiday season.

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