No more Green Day DLC coming to Rock Band – for now

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 13 April 2010 16:20 GMT


Chris Foster, project director for Green Day: Rock Band, has revealed that due to the creation of the game, more DLC from the band will not be coming to the Rock Band franchise.

Speaking with D’toid, Foster said that since all of the band’s best songs, including tunes from 21st Century Breakdown getting the harmony treatment, that’s all fans are gonna get.

Even extra songs not listed here from Nimrod, Insomniac and Warning will not be making an appearance on the Rock Band Store.

However, Foster quickly admitted that should Green Day and fans want the band’s future music to appear as DLC – Harmonix will make it so.

See, not all is lost then. Put the razor down.

Game’s out worldwide for PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 on June 8.

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