Guitar Hero subscription DLC being evaluated by Activision

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 17 September 2008 21:43 GMT

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According to this Shacknews story, Activision’s currently assessing whether or not to charge a sub for Guitar Hero DLC.

“We’re exploring new models, like an annual pass subscription where players can subscribe and get a certain number of songs downloadable each month,” said CEO Mike Griffith.

Must have missed this in the rush earlier this week: the news comes from Activision Blizzard’s Analyst Day in the US.

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