A Rock Band 4 track list is being developed by Harmonix and they want your input. The indie developer wants to know what songs and artists you want featured in the latest entry into the series. The game will launch later this year on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One by the indie studio with a smaller, focused crew that has a passion for bringing the music genre game into the next-gen.
Rock Band 4 posted a site here where you can submit your request for an addition to the track list. Simply enter the song title and artist to make your request known. You can make as many submissions as you want as long as you don’t request more than one at time. Your suggestion won’t show up on their internal tracking if you try to cram 50 songs in one post.
Harmonix promised that they’ll read every request on the site, stated as follows.
“This page does not guarantee that a request will make it into the game. We can’t promise anything, but we will read every request to get a better understanding of what the community most wants to see in Rock Band!”
While some poor intern is stuck reading the submissions that are sure to arise from any kind of Rock Band 4 track listing suggestion, the team is busy moving 2,168 songs from the previous editions of Rock Band to the next-gen version, including the new DLC that was added several weeks ago, which you can read about on the Inquisitr here.
Rock Band 4 will launch with a full track list later this year, along with new instruments and backwards compatibility for many of the previous generations peripheral guitars, drums, and other instruments. Rock Band 4 will also feature the ability to import your existing library of DLC songs into the new game. The language on the official site reads that only the DLC will make the transition to the next generation and that the on-disc track list for Rock Band 1 — 3 and Rock Band: The Beatles will not make the transition.
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