Rock Band 4 release date revealed

$250 for an instrument bundle, $130 with guitar.

Harmonix and Mad Catz have announced a 6th October release date for music game Rock Band 4.

If you pre-order you get 30 bonus songs, which seems like quite a lot. Instrument bundles (on Amazon and GameStop) are $250. The game plus new guitar is $130. Bet you'd forgotten how much these games can be, although of course Rock Band 4 allows use of old peripherals too.

With all your old songs imported from previous Rock Band games there's a potential 1500 songs to thrash through, including new ones of course.

There's a new trailer to mark the announcement.

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