If you forgot Rock Band developer Harmonix was working on an Xbox-exclusive music game called Fantasia: Music Evolved, now is a good time to remember. Disney Interactive and Harmonix today released new details about the game's multiplayer mode and confirmed five new tracks.
Fantasia: Music Evolved's multiplayer mode supports up to two players who can either play cooperatively or go head-to-head. Players can collaborate to create versions of songs featuring new melodies and beats. You can learn more about the game's multiplayer mode in our new video featured embedded below.
Harmonix also confirmed five new tracks for Fantasia: Music Evolved today. These are listed below. In all, the game features more than 30 tracks.
- David Bowie - "Ziggy Stardust"
- Antonin Dvorak - "Symphony No. 9 from the New World"
- Lorde -- “Royals”
- Nicki Minaj - "Super Bass"
- White Stripes - "Seven Nation Army"
Finally, Disney and Harmonix revealed the a new interactive "discovery realm" for Fantasia: Music Evolved called The Hollow (above). This "mysterious forest environment" will "come to life" as you perform songs and interact with the world to add light, color, and characters to the scene.
Fantasia: Music Evolved, which was inspired by Disney's classic animated film Fantasia, launches this year exclusively on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
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