‘Rock Band 4’: List Of Songs Gamers Might Need To Be Familiar With By Now


'Rock Band 4': List Of Songs Gamers Might Need To Be Familiar With By Now
'Rock Band 4': List Of Songs Gamers Might Need To Be Familiar With By Now

The “Rock Band” franchise is making its way to PS4 and Harmonix is putting the fans in the spotlight as they want the next game to be more interactive.

Harmonix wants gamers to select the songs they want to jam along with this time around.

For those interested to make a request, Harmonix posted a voting poll on their  website  to know what songs fans would like to include in the next installment.

Meanwhile, Kotaku’s N.

Ho Sang have made a list of songs which they think is most suitable for the next game.

“The possibilities are as endless as there are opinions on great music in this world.

Here are 11 songs that I think would be great additions to Rock Band’s track list (and the ones I’d like the chance to ruin with my sub par vocals as band leader of my Rock Band band, The Oxtails):” “Pioneers” – Bloc Party “Map of the Problematique” – Muse “The Pot” – Tool “Scarlet Fields” – The Horrors “Tom Sawyer” – Mindless Self Indulgence “Freedom at 21” – Jack White “The View From The Afternoon” – Arctic Monkeys “Dance or Die” feat.

Saul Williams & “Faster” – Janelle Monáe “Settle Down” – Kimbra “I Appear Missing” – Queens of the Stone Age “Rock and Roll” – Led Zeppelin Also, we have previously reported that instruments used for “Rock Band 3” can still be ported in the current gen platforms.

Harmonix said they want to retain the fun factor without gamers needing to spend too much and they will have an added twist that is yet to be revealed.

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