Musically inclined gamers are in for a treat this year as the “Rock Band 4” release date might be announced this 2015.
So far, it is confirmed that the game will run on a stunning 1080p/60fps resolution and gamers have the power on what songs they want to see in the game.
Ibtimes reported that Harmonix product manager Eric Pope has confirmed that “Rock Band 4″ will run at 1080p/60fps for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year.
According to Pope,” Harmonix built a brand new engine for ‘Rock Band 4’ to make the most of the new hardware.
It’s going to look ‘next-gen’ with more realistic lighting, character models, and animation.” “It’ll be 1080p and will run at 60fps,” Pope told MCV on Thursday.
“I know there’s a vocal group of players that want to hear that.
But what to me is more exciting is the online infrastructure of the consoles.
It will open a of opportunities for us to support the game in more reactive, timely ways.” Also, they want the fans to know that they want “Rock Band 4” to be more interactive than ever by letting them select the songs they want to see.
Gamers can send their request in the Harmonix website which appears to be a voting poll.
Meanwhile, Harmonix CEO Alex Rigopulos said that there would be some aspect of the game that will be left behind.
According to Christian Today , “one aspect of the experience that we’re not aiming to change is the song selection,” he said.
The CEO further added that “we may or may not utilize the same weekly DLC update to provide new songs.”