Harmonix has announced of a bunch of new content coming to Rock Band 4, including online multiplayer and an in-depth practice mode.
Despite its unsuccessful campaign to port Rock Band 4 over to PC, Harmonix still has plenty of plans for the exciting rhythm game.
Speaking at a panel at PAX East this past weekend, the developer laid out a detailed roadmap for Rock Band 4’s future updates.
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Some of the new features include a practice mode, set to debut in June. Double kick pedal support for drums is also on the way.
Details on the upcoming expansion were minimal, with more news to come at E3 in June.
Enhancements to the music library will allow you to filter, rate and hide specific tracks, making it easier to find your favourite jam.
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The most exciting new addition is online multiplayer, which won't be available until Holiday 2016.
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