This week’s DLC features two Rock Band mainstays in Avenged Sevenfold and Foo Fighters and the debut of British indie megastars Arctic Monkeys! Included below is the review, as well as playthrough videos of the DLC from the super awesome RBTeamAftermath. Definitely check out and subscribe to their YouTube channel!
All tracks are $1.99.
It’s been way too long, hasn’t it?
Rock Band isn’t the only Harmonix game to get a DLC announcement today, as Dance Central: Spotlight will also be adding another legacy song to its ever expanding catalog tomorrow, per the Dance Central Twitter account:
- Nelly – Hot In Herre
Tomorrow we'll be adding "Hot In Herre" by Nelly to Dance Central Spotlight!
No, ladies, and gentlemen, that headline is not a typo. Harmonix announced today that three new songs are coming to the Rock Band music store on Xbox 360, and Playstation 3 tomorrow, January 13 (Wednesday January 14 in Europe for PS3), at the standard $1.99 price point.
Those songs are:
- Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine?
- Avenged Sevenfold – Shepherd Of Fire
- Foo Fighters – Something From Nothing
What does this mean for the future? We have no idea yet, but it sure does feel good to be writing Rock Band DLC posts again.
In one of the weirder cross overs, the Xbox One downloadable murder mystery adventure game D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die has added Rock Band clothing DLC to the game as a free add-on that is available right now on the Xbox Store.
Once downloaded, users will be able to outfit the game’s main character in one of four shirts, including a Rock Band logo, or Rock Band singer t-shirt, or hoodies featuring the Rock Band logo, or the Drums instrument logo.
If you don’t yet have the game, it is available at no additional charge this month to Xbox Live Gold members as part of the Xbox Live Games With Gold promotion.
If you already have it in your collection, you can download the outfit pack for free here.