Rock Band 4 Officially Announced: Releasing In 2015 With Real Rock Stars, Supports All Previous DLC

Rock Band 4 Officially Announced: Releasing In 2015 With Real Rock Stars, Supports All Previous DLC

Harmonix has today revealed that Rock Band 4 is indeed in the works, as has been the rumor for so long. It's coming to both next-gen consoles (Xbox One and PS4) and will support the massive amount of DLC that has been put out over the years. What's more- it will have real rock stars in it.

by Alex Riviello

Rock Band

Harmonix May Be Getting The 'Rock Band' Back Together On PS4 And Xbox One, Insider Says

Harmonix is reportedly getting the band back together. After much speculation, and a survey that hinted in that direction, the music game maker may be gearing up for one last world tour.

by Steve Buja

Amplitude

Harmonix Announces Amplitude Release Date Delay

Sorry, Amplitude supporters: Harmonix has announced that the game's launch has been delayed until the summer.

by Matthew Buzzi

Rock Band 4

Rock Band 4 In The Works? Survey Says: Maybe

Harmonix has sent out a survey to members of its Rock Band mailing list that clearly shows that they're thinking of releasing Rock Band 4, if they aren't deep in development already. What's more- it seems like they're looking to bring it to next-gen platforms.

by Alex Riviello

Rock Band 3

Harmonix Gives Rock Band 3 Its First Update In Nearly Two Years With Three New Tracks

It's been a long time coming, but Harmonix will finally be updating Rock Band 3 with three new playable tracks from Foo Fighters, Artic Monkeys, and Avenged Sevenfold.

by Steve Buja

Fantasia: Music Evolved

Fantasia: Music Evolved Now Also Music Released (Soon)!

Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 composer Inon Zur will be recording the orchestral soundtrack to Fantasia: Music Evolved, the interactive sequel to Disney classics Fantasia and Fantasia 2000.

by Luca Saitta

Harmonix

Harmonix Crafts New Deal With Tilting Point To Bring New Games To Mobile Marketplace

The once and future king of the music game genre, Harmonix, who created the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises, has announced a new partnership with Tilting Point.

by Steve Buja

Rock Band Survey

Rock Band 4 In The Works For Next-Gen Consoles?

Harmonix is asking gamers what they'd like to see in a new Rock Band, surprising subscribers to their mailing list this weekend with a survey that offers some none-too-subtle hints about the future of the series.

by Alex Riviello

Xbox One and Don Mattrick

Analyst Michater Pachter Supports Kinectless Xbox One, Says Move Will Only Help Microsoft

We've heard for a while now from multiple sources, consumer and industry alike, that Microsoft would do well to shuffle free the Kinect of the Xbox One coil, and it looks like the company finally did just that. So, obviously, everyone is applauding the news...right?

by Luke Caulfield

Amplitude

Want Amplitude 2? You Can Make It Happen!

Think Amplitude would never return? Harmonix thinks differently, but it needs your help on Kickstarter.

by Alex Riviello

Chroma

Harmonix Starts Sending out Alpha Keys for Chroma

The music-driven shooter is now out in the wild! Did you get a key?

by Alex Riviello

Chroma

Harmonix Announces Chroma, a Musical Free-to-play First-Person Shooter Where You Kill To the Beat

The creators of Rock Band put musical guns in your hands.

by Alex Riviello

Fantasia

Harmonix teams with Disney for Fantasia: Music Evolved

Fantasia: Music Evolved, an exclusive Xbox 360 and Xbox One game, will be inspired by Disney’s 1940s animated classic and feature contemporary music.

by Ural Garrett

Rock Band

Final Weekly DLC Track for 'Rock Band' Arrives: Reflections On Five Years of Support

Harmonix says this is not the end for 'Rock Band' fans. Promises to 'keep rocking' for years to come.

by Luke Caulfield

  
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