Players who already own the previous version of Rocksmith (released in 2011) will be able to further enjoy their rock experience in Rocksmith 2014 Edition by importing 52 songs from the original Rocksmith for $9.99. Each song from the first version has been revamped to support all of the new features. Additionally, previous DLC purchased for Rocksmith will be compatible with Rocksmith 2014 Edition at no extra cost.
As a lapsed guitar player, this wannabe rockstar was eagerly anticipating the release of Rocksmith 2014 Edition on the PlayStation 4. With two mistreated instruments decorated in dust, Ubisoft’s tutor promised a much needed excuse to wipe them down and...
Exclusively in Rocksmith 2014 Edition is the revolutionary Session Mode, a new technology developed in San Francisco that allows up to two users to play guitar alongside a virtual band that follows their every lead in real-time. Players choose the style of music and from over 70 instruments they’d like to play with, and on-screen prompts help the player learn how to improvise and jam live with a band.
Ubisoft will ensure that your guitar doesn’t gently weep this Christmas, by porting Rocksmith 2014 Edition to the PlayStation 4. The title – which, bizarrely, will only be available from Amazon in the UK – will launch on 4th November in North America and 7th November in Europe. Of course,
|10 Points||Rocksmith 2014 Desktop/Theme|
|30 Points||Ubisoft Inlay|
|40 Points||Single Player Bonus Arrangements (This unlocks all bonus arrangements, not 40 points per chart)|