The latest version of the Rock Band series expands today in both content and accessories.
Already out and in stores (and getting some pretty great work of mouth), Rock Band 4 has some pretty big news today with the announcement that not only will the game be getting even more content in the way of new tracks (which you probably expected), but also in the form of a new accessory – pro cymbals.
The new tracks will be available tomorrow, October 13th, and shall include:
Alabama Shakes makes its Rock Band debut with “Don’t Wanna Fight” from the band’s 2015 record, Sound & Color. Breaking Benjamin returns to Rock Band with its 2015 single, ”Failure,” which reached number one on Billboard’s US Mainstream Rock charts earlier this year. Death From Above 1979 made waves on the Billboard charts last year when it released “Trainwreck 1979” as a single off of its most recent release, the critically-acclaimed The Physical World. “Follow Me Down” is the first track off of The Pretty Reckless’ second LP, 2014’sGoing to Hell. All tracks will be available for download on October 13 for $1.99 per track.
And as for that expansion kit for your drums, the Pro-Cymbals Expansion Kit includes Crash, Ride, and Hi-Hat cymbals. It’s also a pretty quick and easy setup according to Mad Catz, connecting “in minutes” and featuring “an innovative velocity-sensitive and sound-absorbing design for endless play sessions of distraction free drumming”. So if you want a little more realism out of your Rock Band 4 experience, this just might fit the bill for you.
The Cymbals kit will cost you $49.99 USD and is set to ship some time this Holiday Season. You can get one for yourself right here.