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Rocksmith 2014 Generosity & Latest Track List

August 28th, 2013 by

RS2015_home_hero_800x416_99817The upgrade cycle in the computer industry isn’t known for it’s benevolence but in a rare act of generosity Ubisoft have announced that the original USB cable accessory for the original Rocksmith will also work with the recently announced sequel. The adapter was necessary to connect your guitar or bass, and now also ukulele and violin on Rocksmith 2014, so it’s nice to see the developer not try to squeeze more money out of the players.

Mike Madavi, Rocksmith’s community developer, took part in a Q&A session where he answered a few questions that’d been put to him. It’s well worth a watch if you’re thinking of picking up the game next year.

The original Rocksmith featured a diverse range of tracks and the sequel looks to be no different. The full tracklist has yet to be announced but so far Ubisoft have given us a taste of what to expect next year.

  • Aerosmith – Walk this Way

  • Alice In Chains – Stone

  • Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine?

  • Avenged Sevenfold – Bat Country

  • Bob Dylan – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

  • B’z – Ultra Soul

  • EarlyRise – Wasteland

  • Iron Maiden – The Trooper

  • Jack White – Sixteen Saltines

  • Kiss – Rock And Roll All Nite

  • La Sera – Love That’s Gone

  • Mastodon – Blood and Thunder

  • Oasis – Don’t Look Back In Anger

  • Pantera – Cemetery Gates

  • Paramore – Now

  • Radiohead – Paranoid Android

  • Red Fang – Wires

  • R.E.M. – Losing My Religion

  • Rise Against – Savior

  • Screaming Females – Rotten Apple

  • Slayer – War Ensemble

  • Splashh – All I Wanna Do

  • The Kinks – You Really Got Me

  • The Rolling Stones – Paint It Black

  • The Shins – For A Fool

  • The Smashing Pumpkins – The Chimera

  • The Who – My Generation

  • Weezer – Say It Ain’t So

  • White Zombie – Thunder Kiss ’65

In further good news it’s also been announced that DLC from the previous game will also work with the sequel, as they did with rival titles Guitar Hero and Rock Band. This will add a host of tracks to the already announced line up, with acts such as Foo Fighters, Blink-182 and Megadeth amongst the content that will carry over.

Rocksmith is currently being developed for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC for release October 2013.

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