“We have no plans to stop weekly Rock Band releases any time soon,” says Harmonix

Friday, 9th March 2012 15:04 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Harmonix has said it doesn’t have any plans to stop releasing weekly content for Rock Band.

Speaking with Joystiq at GDC, the firm said it has been “pleased” with the content’s continued performance.

“We’ve delivered over four years of weekly DLC and over 3500 songs for the music platform, and we have no plans to stop weekly releases any time soon,” Harmonix director of communications John Draketold the site.

“Fans can tell us what songs they want by visiting our new Rock Band Dashboard Facebook App and voting for their favorite artists using the built-in Wishlist feature.”

The firm is currently working on a downloadable title, and says not to expect Rock Band 4 this year.

Next week, Rock Band 3 players can look froward to the debut of Three Days Grace for the game, via the Three Days Grace Pack 01.

Songs contained in it can be purchasedin bulk or individually and include: I Hate Everything About You, The Good Life, and Pain.



  1. OlderGamer

    The Rock Band songs I like. It is the way Rock Band network user self publishing clogs up the addons section in marketplace that drives me nuts. I’d like to see that stop that crap for good. Its great to put those songs out there(tho I own about three of them, songs from bands I never heard from isn’t exacftly something high on my todo list). I just just don’t think that a constant flow of indie songs from wanna bes should flood the new dlc list.

    And it does, all of the time.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. absolutezero

    Only on the Xbox. Every new release for Rock Band is stuck in its own sub-menu on the Playstation Store, exactly what should be done on the 360 in order to stop actual pieces of content being shoved off the new releases page after 5 minutes.

    Now theres both full songs getting an entry aswell as trials of the songs getting a seperate one. Its a joke and with the new Dashboard its a massive pain to navigate through.

    I understand that theres a market for this shit but im pretty sure the normal users far far out number the people going to look for shit Rock Band tracks everyday.

    #2 3 years ago

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