10 new tracks for Rock Band 4 have been released to increase the hype for the October 3rd release.

10 new rocking tracks for Rock Band 4

10 new tracks for Rock Band 4 have been released to increase the hype for the October 3rd release.

The release date for Rock Band 4 is quickly approaching in October, so developers Harmonix have released 10 new song tracks that they’re adding into Rock Band 4 to get the hype going.

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Despite having the smallest budget for a Rock Band game, they’re pushing out some amazing features including over 60 song tracks, an adapter for old-gen instruments, and even better graphics.The 10 new songs

Among the 10 new songs released for Rock Band 4, there are some classic 90s tracks that will hit you right in the nostalgia. Below is the full list of the 10 new music tracks added by Harmonix.

  1. “Caught Up In You” – .38 Special
  2. “Arabella” – Arctic Monkeys
  3. “Milwaukee” – The Both
  4. “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” – Cake
  5. “Little White Church” – Little Big Town
  6. “Turn It Around” – Lucius
  7. “The Impression That I Get” – The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
  8. “Light Up The Night” – The Protomen
  9. “Superunknown” – Soundgarden 
  10. “Pistol Whipped” – Tijuana Sweetheart

Using old instruments with Rock Band 4

Harominx is trying very hard to make the Rock Band fanbase a bit happier, so they’ve developed an adapter that lets the older generation guitars and drum sets from the Xbox 360 and PS3 work with Rock Band 4, on the Xbox One and PS4. The adapter will retail with the regular game for $59.99 on the PS4 and $79.99 for the Xbox One.

For more information regarding how the adapter works refer to the article “Use old instruments with with Rock Band 4 adapter for next-gen consoles, retails with game”.

Is anyone super excited for the Rock Band 4 release on October 3rd for Xbox One and PS4? What songs would you like to play? Share your thoughts below!

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