Rocksmith+ PlayStation Steam PC 6 June Ubisoft

Rocksmith+ is Coming to PlayStation and Steam Next Month

Rocksmith+ is coming to PlayStation and Steam on 6 June. Announced via a tweet on the official Rocksmith+ X account, the accompanying brief trailer gives those unaware a quick rundown of the educational piece of software, intended to teach people how to play the guitar, bass, piano or keyboard – as well as a glimpse at the song selection one can utilise as they become more familiar with their instrument of choice.

Rocksmith+ originally launched exclusively for PC on 6 September 2022, before making its way to iOS and Android devices the following year on 9 June 2023. The last major title in the series, Rocksmith 2014, was available for PlayStation 3/4, Xbox 360/One, Mac and PC.

Ahead of the PlayStation and Steam platforms being supported, Ubisoft has announced excited parties may wishlist the game now on their system of choice. Fresh faces will additionally be able to try Rocksmith+ for free for seven days, provided they sign up for the 12-month subscription plan. The trial features a limited variety of features, songs and lessons to whet your appetite, allowing you to gauge whether the app is ideal for you or not.

In a recent update, a selection of songs from Sharon van Etten and The Smashing Pumpkins were added to the subscription service, including tracks such as “One Day” and “Save Yourself” (Sharon van Etten), as well as “Beguiled” and “Fireflies” (The Smashing Pumpkins).

This year’s annual Ubisoft Forward event will be held on 10 June during Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest in Los Angeles. Summer Game Fest seems to have replaced the now dead E3 expo and has cemented itself as one of the largest gaming events of the year, with many notable publishers opting to host showcases either in or around the event – including the likes of Square Enix and Microsoft.

Source: Ubisoft

Written by Ryan Pretorius

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