Rock Band 4 Gets New Songs Added and Revamped Gameplay UI
Paramore, Ozzy, Judas Priest, Van Morrison and even The Cure are being added to Rock Band 4's tracklist, and Harmonix released a new gameplay video to boot.
Harmonix has now doubled the number of songs revealed so far for Rock Band 4, totaling up to 22 tracks announced for the upcoming, plastic peripheral-based music game (courtesy of Polygon). The studio also released a gameplay video of "Halls of Valhalla," "The Feast and the Famine" and "Friday I'm in Love" (provided above). We're certainly digging Rock Band 4's updated user interface, which is visibly different than what the company revealed during E3 just a few weeks ago. The biggest UI change would have to be the new, gem-like notes, which look awfully pretty.
The newest tracks added to Rock Band 4 include the following:
- Aerosmith - "Toys in the Attic"
- The Cure - "Friday I'm in Love"
- Dream Theater - "Metropolis, Pt. 1: The Miracle and the Sleeper"
- Foo Fighters - "The Feast and the Famine"
- Judas Priest - "Halls of Valhalla"
- Live - "All Over You"
- The Outfield - "Your Love"
- Ozzy Osbourne - "Miracle Man"
- Paramore - "Still Into You"
- St. Vincent - "Birth in Reverse"
- Van Morrison - "Brown Eyed Girl"
Here's a list of the previously announced songs for Rock Band 4:
- Avenged Sevenfold - "Hail to the King"
- Benjamin Booker - "Violent Shiver"
- Elvis Presley - "Suspicious Minds"
- Fleetwood Mac - "You Make Loving Fun"
- Jack White - "Lazaretto "
- The Killers - "Somebody Told Me"
- Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars - "Uptown Funk"
- Queens of the Stone Age - "My God Is The Sun"
- Scandal - "The Warrior"
- Spin Doctors - "Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong"
- The Who - "The Seeker"
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